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The Angels We Appreciate, Part 3 of 3 (What We...07/28/15
Perfectly obedient to God, angels watch over believers. In this life, we'll never know how often they protected us from harm. They are just another aspect of God's kindness toward us.
The Angels We Appreciate, Part 2 of 3 (What We Believe)
We can't see angels, but they can see us as they minister to us. They serve God and do His bidding here on earth, even if we don't always know or sense their work.
The Angels We Appreciate, Part 1 of 3 (What We Believe)
There is an unseen spirit world where millions of angels hover around the people of God, serving those who are the heirs of salvation. Angels aren't what popular media makes them out to be!
The Gospel We Proclaim, Part 4 of 4 (What We Believe)
According to the Gospel, no one can do anything to merit, earn, or buy salvation. Only what Jesus did is of value when God the Father bestows eternal life. It's by Christ alone.
The Gospel We Proclaim, Part 3 of 4 (What We Believe)
Jesus' death on the cross secured our forgiveness. And those who know His forgiveness must consider: how can we make the good news of the Gospel known to those around us?
The Gospel We Proclaim, Part 2 of 4 (What We Believe)
John 3:16 says, "For God so loved the world..." But God's love meant a rescue plan. The coming of Jesus as a sacrifice for sin means that "whosoever believes in Him might have everlasting life."
The Gospel We Proclaim, Part 1 of 4 (What We Believe)
Every news channel is filled with bad news. Even under Roman oppression, the early church reveled in some really good news, and we can too. Jesus came to seek and save sinners!
The Sin We Rationalize, Part 4 of 4 (What We Believe)
The Bible says that all of humanity is dead in sin. Only through the intervention of God can that be changed. There is a remedy that can turn a sinner into a saint.
The Sin We Rationalize, Part 3 of 4 (What We Believe)
Paul says we are all "by nature the children of wrath." We rationalize our sin instead of dealing with the problem, whether it lies in our home or in our workplace.
The Sin We Rationalize, Part 2 of 4 (What We Believe)
Sin is an affront to the holiness of God. When we allow it in our lives, it leaves us dead and unable to connect with God. God intervened through the redeeming power of His Son's sacrifice.
The Sin We Rationalize, Part 1 of 4 (What We Believe)
It's impossible to miss if you read your Bible: God has no tolerance of something called sin. Sin is so serious that God sent His only Son to die as a sacrifice to pay its penalty, satisfying His own demands for justice.
Keeping Your Conscience Clear, Part 3 of 4 (The Power of a...
To maintain a clear conscience, we need to be vigilant, lest any works of darkness find their way into our lives. That's what Paul told the Ephesian believers, as he counseled them to "walk as children of light."
Keeping Your Conscience Clear, Part 2 of 4 (The Power of a...
The Bible gives believers a big-picture view of God's will for us to be holy, but it also gives specifics on how we should act toward each other. Paul has such a list in Ephesians chapter 5. How do you measure up?
Keeping Your Conscience Clear, Part 1 of 4 (The Power of a...
Maintaining a clear conscience is not what the devil has in mind for the children of God. He tells lies to throw us into the bondage of having a defiled conscience. But we have the tools to combat him and to walk in victory.
Reconciling Broken Relationships, Part 4 of 4 (The Power...
Life can be very messy, especially when taking hits from the collateral damage of fractured relationships. Mending broken fences requires sensitivity and the grace of God.
Reconciling Broken Relationships, Part 3 of 4 (The Power...
Making things right with someone isn't easy. But when things are right, the joy overwhelms even long years of pain. There are some practical steps we can take to reconcile with another person.
Reconciling Broken Relationships, Part 2 of 4 (The Power...
When a wrong is committed either by you or against you, reconciliation requires being honest with God and with the other person. Messes are difficult to clean up, but in this message, you'll get some good advice on how to get started.
Reconciling Broken Relationships, Part 1 of 4 (The Power...
Once you've given up your bitterness against someone, how do you go about repairing the breach in your relationship? In today's message you'll learn how to build the bridges needed to make things right.
Just Lay It Down, Part 3 of 3 (The Power of a Clear...
Our bitterness defiles both us and others. But there is a way to put bitterness behind us and move forward in dependence on God.
Just Lay It Down, Part 2 of 3 (The Power of a Clear...
To let go of bitterness means that you have to forgive those who have wronged you. It's hard to do if you hold onto your anger until your knuckles turn white. But there's a practical side to forgiving--even when you don't think you can do it.
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