Some people might think of salvation as something that only has to do with eternity. But this isn't true. Being saved means that God has called us to a different way of life—a life that is more pleasing to God because it is based on righteousness.
God doesn't just want us to do the right things. He wants us to do the right things for the right reason.
God’s people must commit to keeping faith alive (in us) as we wait for the return of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
See the hand of God at work producing victories in areas of your life that you thought were defeats.
God calls His people to rejoice in the good things He has provided and done for them.
Our behavior in God’s house should be consistent with the high calling and duty of the church—the Pillar and Foundation of the Truth.
Sermon Challenge: Make a conscious commitment to be more Christlike in your communication!
Sermon Challenge: Make sure that your resistance to change is not resistance to the movement of God.
The state of our lives is solely up to Christ, yet because He is benevolent, we can take comfort in knowing that His will is to bless us.
Even when we are unable to act on them, God cares about our feelings concerning right and wrong. Sermon Challenge: Examine your feelings about injustice in this world, and make sure that God can identify you as one who cares deeply about the things He cares about.