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Noah is known as one of the heroes of faith. He trusted and obeyed God during a time when the world was wicked and under judgment by God. His example of faithfulness challenges and guides us to live faithful lives and make a difference in our world for Christ.download
Few Christians would argue against the statement that our nation is in need of revival. However, 2 Chronicles 7:14 makes it clear that revival must begin with God’s people. Throughout scripture, and history, we see evidence of this truth. One example that clarifies the way to revival is Elijah’s leadership of the nation of Israel back to God in 1 Kings 18.download
What are the things that we love most? Maybe it is family, friends, our careers, or even our possessions. Jesus refers to all these loves as our “treasures.” This points out the truth that we have to set aside these things and “seek first His Kingdom and His righteousness.” Please listen as we study Matthew 6:25-34.download
If we want to "succeed" in our Christian life, then we will pattern our lives after our leader, Jesus. Likewise, as a church, if we want to minister effectively and perform the will of God we will pattern our ministry after the ministry of Jesus Christ.download
As Christians we are citizens of two kingdoms: citizens of the kingdom of the world and citizens of the kingdom of God. In 1 Timothy Paul gave Timothy a mandate—a command that stretches across both citizenships, and this command is required of those who claim to be God’s people, in order to make both kingdoms great.download