Today we have a special message for all the moms and women out there who are making a difference in the lives of others. The Bible exhorts us to give honor to whom it is due. To all the moms, mentors, caregivers and women who are making a difference, this one is especially for you. And you men can listen in too!
Some things are worth remembering and some are not. Today’s teaching from Acts chapter 22 reminds us to remember the important things.
God’s will is not a straight line taking us from here to there. You’ll often find many twists and turns along the way. Today we’re in Acts chapter 20 as we take a closeup look at the intricacies of the Lord’s will.
The word of God declares that of the three powerful forces of faith, hope and love, love is the greatest. We are to be people of faith. We are to be people with hope, but above all we are to be people who love. In today’s message from Acts chapter 20 we look at some of the many things that love can accomplish in our lives.
No one expected the events that occurred on Palm Sunday those many years ago. Although Jesus’ life was in jeopardy, He set His face toward Jerusalem, and thus fulfilled God’s plan for His life. What an example for us to follow.
The new creation is described in 2 Corinthians 5:17: “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!” To understand the new creation, first we must grasp that it is in fact a creation- something that God has done. We could not re-create ourselves. Neither did God simply clean up our old nature; He created something entirely fresh and new. The new creation is a wondrous thing, and it is the subject of today’s message from the archived teachings of Dr. B. Sam Hart.
In today’s message from Acts chapter 17 we find Paul being very narrowminded. What was on his mind that captured his thinking? Listen in to find out.
In Acts chapter 16 we find a story of hope for all who are going through difficult times. It reminds us that all of life’s difficult circumstances are transitory. It’s a story that shows how God can turn things around.
Automobiles have power, but traffic lights have authority. The source of their authority doesn’t lie in itself- not in the electricity or the wires or the bulbs. Today’s teaching reminds us of the source of the believer’s authority. We’re in Acts chapter 16.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just reach into a bag and pull out all the things we need to be disciple makers? We might not be able to do that, but God has given us both the ingredients and instructions that are necessary to fulfill the mandate found in today message from Acts chapter 16.
Today’s teaching can be a bitter pill to swallow, but swallow we must. Challenge, exhortation and correction can be hard to handle, but the end is often transformative. God uses each of these as tools in His hands to make us more like Him. We’re still in the book of 1 Thessalonians.
As we begin 1 Thessalonians chapter 4, we find a solemn call: a call to sanctification. We have been set apart for a particular purpose, a peculiar purpose and a permanent purpose. Get your Bibles and join in for today’s teaching.
Today we start a new series in the Book of 1 Thessalonians. Here in chapter one Paul reminds them and us that our lives should cause others to be thankful.
It’s never a good thing when something is missing- especially in our lives. And when we decide to put our lives together rather than allowing God to order our steps, we’re not going to be our best and reach our full potential. We’re continuing in 1 Thessalonians chapter 4.
We’re continuing our study in 1 Thessalonians, where a theme is quickly developing. It’s about hope, love and serving God by serving others. When we operate in faith it encourages others to do the same.