God’s merciful love affects the way we think and respond to our Savior, Jesus Christ. If we truly know and have experienced God’s merciful love, we will have a different outlook on Jesus and our response to Him will be evident to others in three specific areas.
The life that is surrendered to the gracious mercy of God finds that God’s love impacts every area of living. We have seen that it affects our relationship to God, to others, to those traveling the Pathway of Hope with us, and those yet to set foot on the pathway.
God’s merciful love must have an impact on the way we think about, live among, live with, interact with, and fellowship with those who are not yet on the Pathway of Hope. How does God’s merciful love impact the way we view those who might be our friends, or even
Our Missionary Conference begins today with our guest speaker, Mike Martin from Baptist World Missions. He shares with us from 2 Corintthians 4 how God delights in doing what seems impossible – providing power in pots and bringing life from death. This is all done so that the Light of
We turn to perhaps the oldest written text in the Bible this morning. Written by Moses shortly after the verdict was handed to Israel extending her stay in the wilderness for 40 years, it is a song of praise even in times of difficulty. we must praise our great God!
We come to another stage in the Pathway of Hope. We have seen the FAITH God rewards, heard of the HOPE God gives, and now find the ENCOURAGEMENT for life along the way. Paul begins to show how the person made righteous by God travels the Pathway of Hope. The
Throughout the course of history, those who follow Jesus have followed the Great Commission – telling the good news of what Jesus has done to those who have yet to hear and believe it. The question often comes, “How is that done? I don’t know what to do or say?”
Paul encourages the Roman believers to live in the strength that God has given them in the person and power of His Holy Spirit. We are free of condemnation, free from obligation to our sinful nature, and free to call God our Abba Father. We are free to follow the