God never intended our lives to be lived like an island. He wants us connected so that our lives can be an example to others. When you live a life of faith, you become a model, and give others a pattern to follow.
We can debate the “no pain, no gain” aspect of physical exercise, but there is no debating that there are things in our lives, that while they bring us joy, they don’t always exempt us from the pain of growth.
Today we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord from the tomb. Jesu has conquered death, hell, and the grave, and because He did, so can we!
All of us here at GOGF send you our warmest greetings as we celebrate this Palm Sunday! The message to those long ago was “Your King Is Coming!” The message to us today is “Our King Is On The Throne!”
Jesus said, “in the volume of books it is written of me—to do your will, O God.” That’s today’s message, It All Points To Jesus.
In today’s passage the Apostle Paul is where he’s supposed to be, doing what God called him to do, and yet, he finds himself in a spiritual battle. We often expect to experience conflict when we’re off track, but when we’re doing what’s right, we often don’t expect resistance. We’ll see in today’s teaching that nothing could be further from the truth.
The packages on a delivery service assembly line are handled so that each is routed to specific areas, so that they arrive where they’re supposed to. It doesn’t always work out that way. The subject of today’s message is “We Are Separated And Sent Out.” Are you where God wants you to be?
None of us like to suffer, but in today’s message we’re reminded that suffering opens opportunities that don’t come any other way.
God can use you. No matter what anyone tells you, no matter what you tell yourself, and no matter how you feel or how you’ve failed, God can use you.
In one of our recent programs we were encouraged to not fight God’s plan for our lives. Today’s message reiterates that exhortation. God has a plan for you. Stick with it.
Finding real joy in life is possible. Today we start a study in the Book of 1 John. You’ll want to journey with us.
As we continue our study in the Book of Proverbs, today we take a look at the dangers associated with the tongue. The Bible says that the tongue is a fire, a world of iniquity, and it needs to be controlled.
In life we often have to make adjustments in order to keep our focus. Today’s teaching will give us invaluable information that will help keep everything crystal clear.
Want to live a life that counts? Today’s passage shows us the way.
Today we focus on four things that will help us in the pursuit of victorious living. It’s not a long list, but it’s a life changing list.