To know God, you’ve got to spend time with Him- you’ve got to engage with Him through prayer and His Word. That was Paul’s passion in today’s passage, and we hope it is yours as well.
Where do you put your faith and trust? That is the question that is posed in today’s teaching. Men may fail us, but God never will. When you can count on anyone else, you can count on Him.
The Bible gives us clear warning about false teaching and false teachers. It is a serious subject, and today’s is a sobering message.
The Apostle Paul exhorts us to follow his as he follows Christ. We hope you’ll stay tuned for today’s message from Philippians chapter 2, where we find someone else who all of us can learn from and imitate.
The days of “Do as I say, not as I do” are long over. When Paul exhorts us to follow him as he follows Christ, he’s saying, “Follow Christ.”
The Word of teaches both God’s sovereignty and man’s responsibility. Finding a biblical balance between the two is a dauting task, but today help is on the way.
As believers we are servants of God, and as such we have a responsibility to work hard. In today’s lesson we are challenged to do that no matter who else is watching, because God is.
God’s Word contains many paradoxes— statements that appear contradictory on the surface but when understood in context, complement one another, and reveal a richer picture of truth. In today’s teaching we look at one such example.
Today we unearth another of our archived messages with the late Dr. B. Sam Hart. He’s teaching from the Book of Joshua and he outlines for us the sure steps to success.
We are to think of ourselves the way Christ Jesus thought of Himself. He had equal status with God but did not think so much of Himself that he had to cling to that status no matter what. When the time came, He took on humanity for you and me! True humility makes us just like Him.
Before the temple was built, the Ark Of The Covenant represented the presence of God. But it was stolen and taken away. In today’s passage we’ll see that those who did not honor and respect His presence and His place suffered dire consequences.
Sometimes we lose our way. Sometimes we stray for the path that leads to God. An old story tells of a man asking for directions to a location. His is told, “You can’t get there from here!” It might seem impossible for some to get to God from where they are- but it is not!
Looking at the problems in our world today, some might conclude that God has lost control. How could all these things happen if an all-knowing, all-loving God were still on the throne? Today’s message tackles this age-old question.
Think you know the story of Jonah? Think again. It’s about more than a man and a big fish. The story of Jonah is a story of prejudice and fear and exclusion. In today’s message Dr. Drew Hart sheds new light on an old story.
The Scripture is clear: God desires to speak. He wants to speak to those who don’t know Him. He wants to speak to His children. The question is, “How do we know when it’s Him speaking?” Today’s message has some great insight.