Vision is important. Not only seeing what is present, but not being deceived into thinking something is present when it isn’t! As Jesus heals a blind man in the passage, there are lessons that you and I can learn as well about our insight. Join us as we study God’s Word!
As our church celebrates 64 years of ministry, we recognize that we are on a journey together. There are those who travel in packs, those who are still thinking about joining the journey, and others who are considering whether they should continue the journey. Today we are reminded to stick to the trail.
Today we find Jesus discussing the subject of satisfaction. You will notice three distinct groups of people and notice that Jesus treats them differently based on their expectations for satisfaction.
Words have a powerful impact. This passage uncovers three short phrases – 6 or 7 words in all – that can change the course of your life. Listen to them and consider their weight. What will you say?
The items we pursue relentlessly display what really matters to us. Today we encounter a woman with unshakable faith. How firmly do you hold to your beliefs? This woman was confident in three areas; discover them with us!
In Jesus’ day, there were many who carefully imitated all the actions of a righteous person. They even made sure others followed the example that had been left. It became their tradition for getting things done in the right way. When a person was found not following the rules, they were condemned and questions (usually […]
Where do you find strength for life’s struggles? What do you do when you need strength you don’t have? If you look at the passage this morning, you will find that what the disciples learned is still true: Jesus gives strength as only God can give.
Jesus talks to busy people, but instead of giving them more and more assignments, He instructs them to rest. Rest is an attitude of relying on God to do what God has promised to do while energy is focused on what God has given you to do. It is not just stopping activity, but an […]
Family histories are littered with days of turmoil, tragedy, and tears far more than they are with triumph. As people of faith we trust and hope they are producing a greater result than what is seen today. Today we see God using discouraging events to set the stage for something incredible.
The passage under discussion today tells us of the first “small step” for the soon-to-be-leaders of the early Christian church. What we learn will stand us in good stead for our lives as well. We must be as committed to the task as they were and knowing the steps forward will help us travel our […]