Whom do you trust? Psalm 71 claims God deserves your loyalty because He alone is true. Discover three areas proving God to be trustworthy. You never need to be ashamed of God.
What makes you afraid? David writes this psalm specifically for those feeling alone, abandoned, or left out. You are never alone. Not only is God present, but God hears you.
Desperate times call for a great God. The 69th psalm reminds us that God protects His servants in desperate times. Listen for three statements you can make when facing trouble.
Paul ends his letter to the Galatian church with one power-packed lesson: Good News celebrates Jesus. This lesson forms a life-long message to share anywhere at any time. Listen to Paul’s three instructions this morning.
The Good news of Jesus is not just a message to be internalized; it must also be a public message on display for others to see. Paul teaches followers of Jesus to grow in maturity because Good News produces generosity.
The Galatians forgot the importance of Good News, so Paul shows how it works in those believing. Good News affects how you live, as Paul demonstrates through two illustrations.
We celebrate the continued life of Jesus, asking the logical question “now what?” Jesus answers this question with three statements. Because Jesus lives, I live differently.
Luke’s gospel introduces us to three people who went from being nobodies to somebody. Today you can also say “Jesus loves somebody like me!”
Paul addresses the issue of tolerance. He encourages Galatian believers NOT to tolerate changing the Good News. Convinced that Good News creates opportunities, Paul shares three observations demonstrating the liberating message of Jesus.
Paul makes sure those wanting to adhere to the law for their standing with God really understand what they are saying and to what they are agreeing. The distinct message he gives is Good News makes a difference. Notice three actions where Good News makes a noticeable difference to your life today.