Paul’s ministry is nearing its end. He encourages Timothy to continue in ministry and reminds him of all he has at his disposal. Timothy must also remember his foundation. Like any good foundation, strength starts at the base. Consider the three pillars that form the foundation of Timothy’s ministry.
Heroes are not defined by what they do, as much as by who they are. Hardship produces heroes. Paul reminds Timothy of the need for hardship in order to finish well. Paul issues four commands you must hear and obey.
Since our church began meeting in 1955, Homecoming Sunday marks our “birthday”. This year we discuss the battles everyone is facing. In the struggles you face, victory awaits if you have three keys. Pastor not only shares these keys from 2 Corinthians 4, but also shows how to practice them.
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.
The promise of the Bible seems to be that if a person structures his life after Jesus’ pattern, he will definitely suffer for it. The Christian life is not meant to be easy or understood. So how does one live that way? We are told to “be strong and brave” but what does that look […]
Life is hard; that is one of the harsh realities of life. But Daniel teaches us that we are not alone in the midst of the hardships of life. God is ever present to give us strength. Listen as Daniel learns these lessons; and learn them for your life, too!
The bold apostles who proclaimed Jesus’ Messiahship at the Feast of Pentecost were not always so convinced. They went through a period of transition – from confused followers to dedicated disciples. Three realities shaped their thinking and lives; and they will transform yours if you will allow it. Notice these new realities made possible by […]
We turn to perhaps the oldest written text in the Bible this morning. Written by Moses shortly after the verdict was handed to Israel extending her stay in the wilderness for 40 years, it is a song of praise even in times of difficulty. we must praise our great God!