If you align yourself to righteousness and truth, follow Jesus intimately, and walk by faith, it is impossible to be on a path of destruction, death, and failure.
In today’s busy and demanding world, we can get easily distracted, worried, and troubled, neglecting The One thing that is needed: intimacy with God The Father.
As principles of faith are applied, we can rise up to where the Lord Jesus has called us, into a transformed and victorious life following Him on the path once again.
There is a powerful relationship between the name and the blood. Sometimes our sins seem overwhelming and damnable. These rise to our necks and threaten to drown us– but Jesus is Immanuel, God with us!
In giving up his divine status, Jesus modeled the life of a servant to us, marked by humility and obedience. Let’s be a people who don’t just talk about the love of Jesus, but show it through our obedient service to God, to our families, to our church family & all around us.
When Jesus Christ came to the earth in bodily form, He voluntarily gave up His divine power. We will explore specifically the characteristic of humility that Jesus exemplified, as seen in Philippians 2. As reborn children of God, filled with the same Holy Spirit as Jesus was, we have the same opportunity to live as … [Read more…]
Under the New covenant we now have the ability to “go right into the presence of God with sincere hearts fully trusting him”, as Hebrews 10:22 says. Developing an intimate relationship with the Lord is of utmost importance in our life of following Jesus.
We now have access to intimacy with the Father, the ability to go boldly and confidently to the throne of grace, by faith. Draw near to the one who made a way for you!
There are a series of doors depicted in stories throughout the Bible that point to the gospel message. These doors represent a decision, they are either a bridge to salvation, or a barrier resulting in damnation. They all point to Jesus, who died for us to open the door to salvation, should we choose to open the door of our hearts to Him, the resurrected Christ.
Join us as we dig into Mark 10:46–52 and discover four keys to receiving your miracle, by growing in principles of faith.