A familiar theme runs through most Christmas movies. Believe! Just believe and becasue it's Christmas time everything will work out all right. But the reality is, at Christmas time as well as the rest of the year we find ourselves in situations and circumstances that try our faith and call us to believe God in spite of what we are experiencing at that moment. Luke wrote the gospel that bears his name to provide us with historical proof that Jesus was born of a virgin. If God is powerful enough to do that then He is more than capable of helping us handle the daily struggles of our lives.
Do you as a believer really expect God to answer your prayers? Do you become discouraged when God doesn't answer as quickly as you had hoped? Has God answered your prayer and then you struggled to believe the answer? If so you're not alone. Luke introduces us to a godly couple who prayed for decades and when God answered the prayer one of them struggled to believe the answer.
What is the Christian's motivation for obeying the Lord's Command? Then answer may surprise you!
Our words have the power to either build others up or to tear them down. The Christian is to always use their speech to build others up and to make sure that their words are a conduit of God's grace.
Don't Steal Do Build Up. The lifestyle of the Christian is to be markedly different from the culture they live in. Two ways that the difference in the believer's lifestyle is demonstrated is through hard work and they way they speak.
Did you know that not all anger is sinful? In fact there is an anger God commands. There is a type of anger that pleases God. There is an anger that honors God. Listen to learn. Church Near Me - Grace Community Church in Berea
The life of a Christian must be characterized by truth, not just in their speech but in all areas of life. Listen to Paul's instruction to lay aside falsehood and to speak the truth with one another.
Most people only think about heaven when a loved one die or the day of their own death draws near. Knowing about Heaven is for both living and dying.
When a pastor takes time off from preaching normally his stress levels decline. But I have to admit that for the past month I’ve experienced significant levels of stress. On…