Just like driving at night with bright beams of light hampering your vision, the many things that are coming at us in the world can also affect our ability to maneuver. Today’s message has some timely advice on how to deal with it all.
Have you ever heard someone say that they were speaking “their truth?” Truth is, there can only be one truth. Everyone can have their own opinion; but it is only the truth that frees us.
Today we’ll see that the best way to get where we need to be is not to follow our hearts, but to follow the Light.
Today we answer the question: “Who Is Jesus?” The more important question is, who is He to you?
The faithfulness of this godly woman provides a powerful parable for the challenges of the modern day church.
You’ve probably heard the figurative expression, “All roads lead to Rome.” It means that all choices, methods, or actions eventually lead to the same result. The story is told of a man who was lost in an unfamiliar town and asked for directions to the town library. The gentleman who was asked for directions looked up from his newspaper and said, “You can’t get there from here!” Different choices lead to different results. Just as all roads won’t get you to Rome, all roads won’t lead you to God.
Procrastination has been described as the act of willfully delaying the doing of something that should be done. In today’s teaching we look at reasons why some put off the decision to follow Christ and His plan for their lives. That’s not just procrastination, it’s perilous.
Throughout history there have been those who have found it difficult to persevere in their faith. In today’s passage there are numerous reasons why people decided to stop following Christ. Let’s all learn from their mistakes.
Jesus is called The Bread Of Life. Bread is such a basic food item that it is synonymous for food in general. When Jesus referred to Himself as the Bread of Life He was saying that He is essential to life- not just physical, but spiritual as well. Today’s message is one that will satisfy and fill you.
Bread. It’s called a staple food— that is a basic dietary item. Bread is such a basic food item that it is synonymous for food in general. Jesus referred to Himself as the Bread of Life. By the use of that metaphor Jesus was saying that He is essential to life- not just physical, but spiritual as well. Today’s message is one that will satisfy and fill you. Come and dine.
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?