We live in a world in which there is no lack of things to worry about. The Bible has a great deal to say about worry, and today’s teaching gives us an alternative.
Today’s message isn’t about financial planning, but it is about counting the cost. So, you want to be a disciple?
Today’s message is about finding the “Pathway To Glory.” It may not be where you think it is, but today’s teaching shows us the way.
Some men, and some women as well hesitate to regularly get the check-ups necessary to live healthy physical lives. Let’s not make the same mistake in our spiritual lives.
Judas’ betray of Christ is one of the most heinous acts in all of history. Such an act is still difficult of imagine. But we don’t have to stretch our imaginations too far, because in today’s message we find that Jesus is still being betrayed.
Learning is growth. Growth leads to maturity, and maturity leads to good sound decision making. Today were in John chapter 13 where Jesus gives us some simple yet profound life lessons. Schools in.
Discouragement has caused many believers to quit before they could experience the victory in life that God has planned for them. Today’s teaching is just the shot in the arm many of us need to keep fighting the good fight of faith, and it’s called a good fight because we win.
Here’s a question: How many decisions have you made today. A phycology today study says that the average adult makes upwards of 35,000 decision every day. That’s a lot of things to consider, and many of our decisions are based on how we feel about the possible consequences of each. The more at stake, the more crucial the decision becomes.
Seedtime and harvest are two important principles that are found throughout the scriptures. Physically speaking, seedtime is a time of sowing, and harvest is the time of reaping what was sown. But seedtime and harvest also have spiritual implications and applications.
When we think of worship one of the first things that come to mind is music: singers and musicians and instruments and styles. Some adults think younger folk don’t appreciate hymns. Younger folks don’t think most adults appreciate contemporary gospel music. Both adults and younger folks often miss the point: the question is what kind of worship does Jesus appreciate?
As believer’s we’re told to overcome evil with good. The world may hate us, but we don’t have to respond in kind.
In order to get where you want to go, you’ve got to be on the right road. Where are you headed?
From all of us here at the GOGF, “Merry Christmas!” This day represents the giving of the greatest gift you’ll ever receive. As we reflect on that day, many sounds and scenes come to mind. But today we’re looking at some of the surprises that accompanied the birth of the Christ-child.
There are “disciples” and there are those Jesus called “disciples indeed.” Today’s message points out the differences between the two.
Pneumatology is the study of God the Holy Spirit, the third Person of the Trinity. Before Jesus was crucified He told His followers that it was imperative that He leave, because if He did not, the Holy Spirit would not come. Sound important?