If we look at our lives, we see many areas where we need to make some changes. We try to find the problems and we try to fix them. The real problem is that we sometimes treat the symptoms and not the illness. Today’s message goes past the root and deals with the fruit.
Today’s messages give us some practical insights into how to approach God in prayer. He has given us an open invitation to enter the Throne of Grace, but we need to be mindful of who He is and who we are.
In a marching band being in unison is vital. That makes the drumline crucial. If we as believers are to march as one, we need to heed our drumline, and according to today’s message, that drumline is prayer.
Across the globe different cultures celebrate Christmas in varying ways. Each of us might think others a bit strange, but all of us could learn something from God’s perspective. He’s the One who knows how to celebrate His Son’s coming into the world.
Everyone wants to be heard and given the attentiveness that comes with it. Today’s message asks the question, “How do we get God’s attention.” Thankfully, the Bible doesn’t just ask the question, it provides the
Fellowship. Biblically it is defined as association, community, communion, joint participation and intimacy. It is the lifeblood of our connection as believers and today’s teaching underscores its value- it’s priceless.
Some say He was a good teacher. Some say that He was one of the prophets. Some say that He was no more than a just man. What others think is irrelevant. What do you think?
We don’t follow Christ because of the benefits- but thank God there are many!
Even in the midst of all that is happening around us, we can still be thankful. Today in Colossians chapter one Paul outlines some of the reasons why.
Each of us should aspire to be a blessing in the lives of others. Today we start a new series in the book of Colossians. Paul thanked God for the saints there. How many thank God for you? Full message here: https://gogfministries.org/media/