As Paul writes about the Pathway of Hope, he encourages others who are traveling the same pathway – especially those in Rome. We look at Paul’s plans for the present and future – noticing he had many dreams and thoughts, but always allowed God to shape his plans.
Today, we start a new series in the book of Romans! Our series is titled “Romans: The Pathway of Hope” Paul addresses people he never met by discussing a great topic dear to his heart: the HOPE that God creates by His own work.To discuss this pathway of hope, Paul
In times of difficulty, what do YOU say? David gives instruction out of the depths of his emotions. David is grieving at the time this psalm is written. In the midst of grief and sorrow, he teaches us how to properly speak and how to properly frame what we say.
Because James is focusing on the importance of patience, he desires to show how vital it is in every area of life. Even the way we speak is affected. The words we use and the topics we discuss are to be laced with patience and perseverance. James gives his readers
We cannot focus on one single experience or on one solitary day to determine the success of our life. It takes time coupled with faithful and consistent efforts to prove the validity of the Christian life. James continues discussing the topic of patience by sharing 3 keys to successful Christian
James addresses those that were living out their everyday life claiming to be submitted to God, yet not showing any sign of that submission in their daily walk. Even the way they looked forward to the future needed to be submitted to God. A properly submitted life will properly plan
When we are not properly submitted to God, we are tempted to use our tongues to jealously, selfishly, brutally treat others. James wants his audience to remember who they are as followers of Christ and respond accordingly. Let’s answer that question that James asks: Who are you?