Christmas gifts not only meet needs or desires, they also express relationship between giver and recipient. God wants you to know Him, and uses two actions to introduce Himself at Christmas.
Home. The mention of the word brings memories, ideas, smells, and emotions to mind. As we look at the topic of home for the next several weeks, we will seek to understand this foundational building block of society. God created home as the first society, and society at large reflects what takes place at home. […]
Reaching the finish line is a wonderful accomplishment. Although we have reached the end of the book of Psalms, the race is far from over. Listen as the psalmist encourages us – almost panting like a runner at the end of the race – to keep going and praise the Lord at all times.
One of the deepest personal needs is to be known. David expresses the joy and thrill of being known by the God of the Universe in Psalm 139. Be encouraged as you listen. God knows who you are! God knows where you are! God knows what you are! God knows what you are facing!
As our church celebrates its 63rd anniversary, we have much for which we can be thankful. Echoing the sentiment of the psalmist in Psalm 136, we are thankful for God creating a place, filling it with people, and giving us tremendous possibilities.