Starting with Eve and still today we have all been deceived. What we need is the power of the Holy Spirit and the truth of God’s word working in our lives to break us out of our delusion.
Our world is full of “solutions” and ways to find “life.” It is overwhelming. From understanding controversial cultural issues, to complex political issues and all the way to the internal pressure (what is my life about?) life can be crushing. Christianity offers a better way – in this message we explore what it means to […]
In the letter of 2nd Corinthians, Paul is writing to a difficult church. His strength and direction come from having a sole focus on God. He tells the Corinthians to look at God. In fact – this is the very thing Jesus calls us to do – to watch and follow him. What does this […]
Paul is dealing with opponents within the Corinthian church who are trying to discredit his ministry. Rather than say that the conflict lied purely with these individuals, Paul outlines a spiritual conflict which requires spiritual weapons. This message introduces the concept of the spiritual beings who’ve rebelled against God and are leading the nations in […]
Money can grip us in a powerful way, whether it is the promise of joy, security, possessions or hope, or the grip of debt and unmet expectations. The Bible actually tells us that money cannot satisfy us, and if we look to it, it will enslave us. How do we get free from the love […]
Paul is preparing to return to Corinth, but before he does he wants to let the Corinthians know that he will be collecting on their promised donations to the poor in Jerusalem. From the beginning of the church we see a concern for the poor and the cooperation of multiple churches in commiting to a […]
God alone can change our hearts for good. And he wants to put great things into all of our hearts, but, how exactly does that happen?
Jesus became poor to make us rich in life. We are called to do the same. So, what does that mean for us?
Is it possible to be severely in affliction and in extreme poverty, yet be described as having an “abundance of joy” and as “overflowing in a wealth of generosity?” The Bible says yes, but how could this possibly be?
We all experience regret in our lives, the question is “Does that regret lead to Repentance”? Godly Regret is good; produces Repentance and leads to Salvation!
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