Higher life in Christ
Man is the only creation created in the class of God. Psalm 82:6, “I said, “You are gods, And all of you are children of the Most High.”
Essential elements of a good relationship
A loving relationship with God is of first importance; but loving relationships with others is second. The Bible is all about these two important relationships.The Bible ranks healthy relationships as the most important thing in life.
How will you be remembered?
Have you ever stopped to think about how you will be remembered? I mean, when you are gone and people stop by your grave or sit around in the house and talk about you...
Breaking financial hardship through grace - Part 2
The Macedonian Church excelled in giving as a result of the grace of giving, which was bestowed upon them. The Grace of God upon a man’s life changes his giving and receiving lifestyle. In other words, Grace causes you to give and not only to give but to receive.
God is never late - Part 2
We too so often ask like Martha did: “Lord, why weren’t you here to help? If only you had come when we needed you!” As human beings we think that when Jesus doesn’t show up on our schedule, that He is late.
If someone had a thousand liters of water to give you but you had a liter of container, you wouldn’t be able to receive what he had for you. The problem would not be with...
Hunger for his presence - Part 2
Key Verse: Psalm 42:1, “As the deer longs for streams of water, so I long for you, O God” (NLT) Hunger is that gnawing ache on the inside of you; that sense of need that is not content until it is filled. Hunger is an active state, for it results in you seeking out the…
Hunger for his presence
Hunger is an intense desire for something. It is evident that the value you place on something determines the intensity with which you desire it. Many people spend months seeking to get into the presence of the president or governor.
Those who know their God shall do exploit
The Bible declares that “the people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits”. That is a great promise and this is one of the most courageous verses in the Bible. This is referring to a courageous family within Israel who lived between the Old and New Testaments—the Maccabees, who in 167…