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Even in times when we’re physically separated from one another, how can we strengthen our bond as brothers and sisters, focus on following after Jesus together, and help one another to maintain our joy?
There are often times in our life, that difficult change happens. How does God use that agent of change for our benefit?
Cabin Fever. It isn’t just us who are experiencing it in this time of staying at home in this season of COVID-19. The Bible describes a similar situation going on right now on a much grander scale.
Jesus’ Easter Promises can give us peace when we are surrounded in fear and uncertainty. His promises can give us hope for the moment we meet Him face to face. And His promises can inspire us to share His wonderful salvation with others.
Why do we as humans suffer through diseases and infections like the corona virus? What does the Bible tell us about where sickness came from? What hope does the Bible offer to us? How does a Bible-shaped perspective of sickness help us to see that we CAN respond in hope and comfort, and even joy,…
There are times when God places us in situations which require us to wait. These times require us to wait in faith and trust in Him. How do we, as God’s children, wait well?
Before we finish our last section in 1 Corinthians 6, we’re going to take some time to look at the story of a typical young Jewish couple who lived in Bible times, and see how they remind us of a glorious aspect of the Gospel, the good news of Jesus.
These days are very interesting times. In one aspect, they can seem to be the best of times, while in other aspects they can seem to be the worst of times.
Recognizing that our future kingdom has a deep connection to our present kingdom, how does our reign with Jesus in the coming Kingdom help in resolving conflicts in the church family?
Knowing what we know about the Coming Kingdom, how does that affect my daily walk today with my brothers and sisters in Jesus? How does it help me to respond in the right way when someone takes something that rightfully belongs to me?