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Mark 16:15 “And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature."
Manger Inn And Gifts
In the following article, we delve into the symbolism of the manger, the inn, and the gifts presented to Jesus by the Magi. Far from mere historical accounts, these elements serve as rich metaphors echoing the profound purpose of Jesus' life and mission. Our analysis will shed light on the lesser-known interpretations of the nativity story, enhancing our understanding and appreciation of these significant biblical narratives.
A Good Work
God initiates the Good Work in us, perfecting and refining us until the return of Christ. This work involves our active participation, using the talents and gifts God has bestowed upon us for His glory. This exploration delves into what it means to do the Good Work and how we can faithfully serve others and further God's Kingdom.
Heavens Door
Jesus tells us in John that He is the door to Heaven and that we must enter through Him to be saved. He is the only way to enter Heaven, be reconciled with God, and receive eternal life. The concept of Heaven's door can also be seen as an invitation from God to enter His kingdom. Remember to keep knocking on Heaven's door through prayer, worship, and seeking Him daily.
Spiritual Escalator
Serving God is often like walking up a downward escalator. Are you willing to persevere and continue your spiritual journey despite the challenges and setbacks? Engage with this sermon to find strength and encouragement in your faith walk.
Your Prayers Are Eternal
Your Prayers are Eternal explores the eternal nature of our prayers and the boundless patience of God in fulfilling His promises. Drawing on various biblical passages, we delve into the divine understanding of time and the power of persistent prayer. The sermon particularly emphasizes the importance of praying for the prodigals in our lives, showing us how God treasures every prayer and waits for the right moment to answer them.
The Widows Blessing
In the heart of every crisis lies an opportunity, a chance for divine intervention. The Widow's Blessing is a tale of unwavering faith, divine orchestration, and God's unexpected ways. Through the trials of a humble widow and the actions of her atheist neighbor, we're shown a profound demonstration of Romans 8:28, which assures us that 'all things work together for good to them that love God.'
30 Days Of Thanksgiving
In the Bible, we are constantly reminded to thank the Lord for His never-ending blessings and faithfulness in our lives. It is through thanksgiving and praise that we not only show our gratitude but also express our unwavering trust in God's goodness.
In His Hands
In this inspiring piece, we contemplate how the value and potential of ordinary things can drastically change depending on whose hands they're in. From basketballs to nails, everything gains a new perspective when seen through the lens of the Bible and the hands of Jesus. This article invites us to surrender our worries and problems into the hands capable of miracles.
Rightly Dividing The Word Of Truth
Paul instructed Timothy to study the scriptures carefully to distinguish between truth and falsehood. He urged him to be wise in judging who had the truth and by naming two men, Hymenaeus and Philetus, leading people astray with false teachings. Rightly dividing the word of truth means understanding what scripture says and how it should be applied. This process can help us comprehend God’s message while remaining true to scripture and better equipped to share the good news with others.
Jesus Came To Destroy The Works Of The Devil
Jesus Came to Destroy the Works of the Devil discusses how Christ's redemption brings freedom from bondage to sin and guilt and provides protection against accusations of Satan. It draws upon scriptures from Revelation 12:10 and Romans 8:33, which remind readers that God is greater than any adversary and will never leave them alone in their struggles. The article encourages believers to trust in Jesus Christ for salvation, focus on the gifts He offers, turn away from temptation, and cling to His power over evil for eternity. In doing so, we can secure true victory over Satan.
Peter John And The Lame Man
The story of Peter and John healing the lame man at the temple is a powerful reminder that God still performs miracles today. The scene is an inspiring example of God's miraculous work when we call on His name. We can learn from this account to have faith even in difficult circumstances and show compassion to those who need help. In doing so, we can act as beacons of hope that point others toward Jesus Christ and the power of His grace.
The Fallen Fruit
In Revelation 22, the fruit of the tree symbolizes the souls of faithful believers, while those who fall into the River of Life are those who have gone astray. This river reminds us that God never gives up on us and offers hope even in times of darkness. We must take care of these unripe fruits and show them mercy, as we are responsible for being good stewards of His grace.
Royal We And Majestic Plural
This sermon explores the Bible's use of the 'Royal We' and discusses how it is often misinterpreted. It explains that God's words in Genesis 1:26, which used a plural pronoun, may not have referred to other persons. Instead, this phrase likely conveyed His sovereign authority over His creation.
A True Disciple Of Jesus Christ
Being a true disciple of Jesus Christ is not easy. It requires a commitment to deny oneself, take up one's cross, and be willing to sacrifice all possessions for the sake of following Jesus. These challenging demands can lead many away from being a disciple of Jesus Christ. Yet those who are devoted and put Jesus above all else have the potential to become true disciples of Jesus Christ. A true disciple of Jesus Christ embraces and follows His teachings despite their hardships. By doing so, they will live an example of faith and devotion that honors God's will.