And we hope you’ll stay tuned for this insightful teaching from John chapter 5 where we find evidence for all the claims of Christ.
Many today question whether Jesus was (or is) who He claims to be. Certainly He was a good teacher and a gifted leader. But was He more? Today we take an in depth look at the claims of Christ.
The Bible is filled with people and circumstances that at first glance looked hopeless. But as we’ll find out in today’s teaching, Jesus came to heal the hopeless.
In these times of separation and exclusion among people, today’s teaching is a vivid reminder that God is no respecter of persons.
You’ve heard the expression “You’re getting too big for your britches.” It refers to someone who has an unrealistic and inflated idea of whom they are. When it comes to life and ministry we need to heed today’s exhortation to keep our “big heads” out of the way.
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?