Genesis 1:27-28 NIV It is always in our best interest to obey God’s commands: we ignore them at our own peril. Sermon Challenge: Make your peace with God concerning this subject.
God wants our experience of Him to be more than a theoretical exercise. He wants to have a personal relationship with each of us.
Just as Jesus dealt with issues important to His first century countrymen, God wants our experience of worship today to be relevant and meaningful.
Mark 15:21 KJV “He was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed…” Sermon Challenge: Trust GOD to avenge all injustice.
Ask God for the courage to help you take a Godly stand where wrong and confusion prevail.
Value and appreciate the enduring legacy of Ethiopia and her children in the Bible.
One of the most glorious truths in the entire Bible is the promise that believers will be able to live in a glorified, sinless state with God, forever.
Pledge your willingness to consciously, humbly and courageously fight for that which God desires to bless you with in this New Year.
Following God is the key to unlocking and experiencing all of the promise and potential of this New Year.
Hope is a precious thing to have, especially when it is based on something as true, solid and trustworthy as the Word of God.