In the midst of worldwide crisis and craziness, we celebrate Independence Day, the founding of our nation. While most Americans celebrate the day, some still debate the question, “Should Christians remain silent and disengaged from the political chaos that seems to prevail?”
In the Holy Spirit’s School of Faith, the agenda is often executing one simple instruction. Why is it so difficult for us to carry out one simple instruction? Today I invite you to join the class, but first you must promise to keep it simple.
God’s desire for this generation is to return the hearts of the fathers to the children and the hearts of the children to their fathers. Only through Jesus will broken hearts be mended and only through the Gospel will restoration come.
Godliness makes a nation great, but sin is a disgrace to any people. (Proverbs 14:32). Jesus gave one simple instruction for finding Bread from Heaven that satisfies. “This is the only work God wants from you: Believe in the one he has sent.” —John 6:29 NLT
As we are examine the closing chapters of Ephesians today, we continue to find answers to the question: Why am I here?
Today we continue exploring the book of Ephesians, answering the question: Why am I here? Because God has revealed His plan, and my purpose is to explain His plan to others, I can unite with others to display God’s wisdom, and accomplish His plan through His mighty power.
When I live expectantly, looking for the Kingdom of God it changes my character. Today, I want to not only be looking for Him to come to set up the eternal Kingdom (come, Lord Jesus) but I also want to be expectantly looking for the Kingdom happening around me.
Am I on the lookout for activities of the Kingdom of God that are occurring around me? Sometimes I can be so busy looking for what I perceive to be the big kingdom stuff that I miss Kingdom activities. Guest Evangelist Michael Livengood brings focus to the Kingdom around us.