Most of the time it feels as if our whole lives are controlled by “time.” We wear watches, punch time-cards, and set the timer to cook our food. In many cases, how much time is spent is more important than who it’s spent with, at least until life’s circumstances shake up our priorities. On this episode of Sincerely Yours, learn to focus in on what's important and why time is a gift that should never be wasted. 2 Corinthians 6:1-18 6 As God’s co-workers we urge you not to receive God’s grace...
We’re looking into 2 Corinthians chapter 3 and focusing in on verse 18 in particular, which says "As the Spirit of the Lord works within us, we become more and more like Him and reflect His glory even more."
Let's talk about forgiveness, shall we? The second chapter of 2 Corinthians is an important lesson for us regarding compassion to others. When you are wronged, it can be hard to let go and we can often find ourselves saying, "I was hurt too deeply... that kind of forgiveness costs too much."
"I’m a stripper," she said, "and, while the money’s good, I’m not happy." We were alone in the second story "colour section" of the hair salon, me with my foils and her with her cap, and it had become quickly apparent our hair needs weren’t the only things different about us.
The Gospel message is one that is filled with hope. It’s a message of joy, forgiveness, and reconciliation. It’s also an invitation to conviction, determination, and truth. And those things aren't always popular.
The first day of your dream job, your wedding day, the birth of your first child. These are some of the big events we often call life milestones. Moments in life that will stay with you forever. But what if I told you that the best is yet to come?
According to many scholars, the reading in this podcast is one of the most crucial chapters in the entire Bible. Why? Because it deals specifically with the significance of the Bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ.
As we’re reading 1 Corinthians chapter 14, Paul's words are challenging to read, particularly for women. To put it bluntly, 1 Corinthians 14:34 says, “Women should be silent during the church meetings. It is not proper for them to speak.”
We all face “situations” in which we feel more than a little “confused.” But, according to the apostle Paul, there is one particular “situation” in which our comprehension must be completely clear: communion.