“It’s always darkest before dawn” the proverb tells us. Israel’s national history unfolded that way. Instead of finding the light of God’s presence and blessing they experienced metaphoric darkness. Isaiah gave God’s promise of true light. This true light would come in the person of God’s Messiah.
God continues to prove He is the God Who Provides by meeting your need for ministry. Paul’s letter to the Philippians not only outlines the privilege and partnership of ministry; it also lists the provisions made by God.
The term “born again” is used in various settings. More than a ‘rebrand’ or a ‘reinvention,’ the term signifies new life. As we study God’s Word, we come to the conclusion that only God can give new life.
Pitchmen generate enthusiasm by promising their product will do more than imagined. When we look at what God does for mankind, we find it is not just hype! God never stops giving! Today we discover how amazing God’s grace truly is.
The commandment to love others is one of the greatest obligations we have, according to Jesus’ own testimony. Today, Deacon Mike Beyelia shares how that love is lived out in the lives of those who follow Jesus.
Missionary Jim Wright, serving with Baptist World Misisons, speaks today on the reasons for trials and difficulties in the Christian life. As we look at life from God’s perspective, we find that He is wise, loving, and merciful – even in difficult times. After the sermon, a field report video can be viewed.