How is the relationship between church and leaders and members ought to be like? How about among brothers and sisters in Christ? In this study, we learn Paul instructions to the church in Thessalonica how Christians relationship in the church should be like.
Are you ready for the second coming of Christ? Do you know how to prepare yourself so you are not taken by surprised by his coming? In this passage, Paul teaches the church in Thessalonica how to live a life that is ready for his second coming.
Is heaven a real place? Is it for us and how can we get there? In today’s sermon, we explore several passages in the scriptures that illustrate how heaven is real. That Jesus was at the center of Heaven and he returned there to intercede for us. We also explore how Jesus urges us to pray to our Father in heaven, commands us to store up treasure in heaven, and to rejoice that our name is written in heaven. Jesus prepared a place for us in heaven so we can go there after we die. Our view of heaven is mocked by the world but we can be sure it is real, reliable, and true. Jesus guarantees us that heaven is our home if we believe in him.
Paul tells us we must live a life of mission. But what does it take for us to live a life of mission? Join us as we discover the four key things we must consider to do so effectively.
We have an amazing promise – The gospel of salvation to everyone who believes. We have an awful problem – Some people have not heard of it. What must we do to be a part of God’s great plan of salvation? The gospel was spread through a tiny group of Jews and the Bible painted the beautiful final picture of every nation, tribe and tongue worshipping the Lord God in heaven.
When is Jesus coming back? How do we prepare ourselves for his coming?
Why did Jesus choose to be baptized when he was sinless? What was the significance of his baptism? What examples did he set for us to follow in this passage of the scripture?
When was the last time it awed you, shocked you, that Jesus died for you? Has it gotten stale for you? If so, what can you do? What should you do? Listening to this sermon is a great start.