In order to have hope, we must allow God to work in our lives as He sees fit.
It can be easy to lose hope in this broken world. We may feel the Lord has forgotten us, but His Word promises that He has not!
When it seems all hope is lost we can humble ourselves and come back to the one security that is always available to us, our Father in Heaven.
Jesus is the resurrection, the truth, and the life. When we put our trust in him we can have endless hope even in this hopeless world.
It is God’s desire that we continue to grow in our ability to love one another.
God puts his love into our lives so that it may flow out of us to others.
If the life of Jesus is present in our own lives, it will be shown in this, our love for others.
We all need to remember that love is not a feeling. Love is what we do for others. Dying on the cross for someone else is the truest form of love.
Peter was sifted in a great and mighty way, but he allowed himself to be restored by the Lord!
There are two types of fear: fear that comes from guilt and shame and fear that is a result of reverence before a holy God.
While the Hebrews saw the displays of God’s power and glory, it did nothing to draw them in. Are you keeping your distance from God?
We must be guided and directed by the one who has taken residence in our hearts!
As Followers of Christ, our mission is to make disciples of all nations, to baptize them in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and to teach them to observe all that He commanded.
• To know Christ as our Lord and Savior;
• To grow in Christ;
• To serve Christ and others.