As Christians, God calls us to be a generous people. Today, we look at what the bible says about being generous with what God has given us.
Paul tells us that the Marks of a True Christian are loving others with a brotherly love. Blessing those that persecute us, weeping with those that weep, and rejoicing with those who rejoice. We, as Christians, should be loving those that are a part of our personal community and those outside of our personal community.
We covered 4 big character traits of Jesus that should be evident in us. First, Jesus being the servant King. Jesus came to serve and we should look at ways we can serve others, not just when it is convenient to serve, but also when it is not convenient or it stretches us. Secondly, Jesus […]
Learning to forgive, even when it is extremely painful. Jesus did just this when he continued to love Judas, even when he knew that Judas was going to betray him at some point. He even offered opportunities for Judas to repent and change his way. We see this in the bible throughout the Old Testament, […]
The scene is the last supper, Jesus washes the feet of the disciples including Judas, who was about to betray him. Jesus continues to show love, even to him that is going to hand him over to be crucified. Jesus tells his disciples that it is better that he goes, because the helper will come. […]
We need to be a people that put our hope in the fact that Jesus is who the bible says he is. Today, with all that is going on around us, He is our only hope. We also need to have the faith that he is in control and we need not worry, because if […]
God has a plan for us and desires to dwell with his people. He has desired to dwell with us since the Garden of Eden. All throughout the Old Testament He mad ways to dwell with his chosen people. He even sent his only Son as the ultimate sacrifice that we would have an eternity […]
Being grounded in the Word, helps keep us from getting distracted with worldly concerns. We have an enemy that wants to distract us, he will use success, failures, sickness, and health, anything to take our eyes off of Christ.
In this passage, Jesus presents a myriad of reasons and evidence why the people of his day should believe in them. Yet, most of the people ignore Jesus’ evidence and reject his claims. Why is this?
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