The book of Romans has been called one of the most important books of the Bible because it presents the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ in such a succinct and powerful manner.
As we finish up our Christmas series of messages, we are reminded of the greatest gift exchange ever. Jesus chose to become poor so that we could become rich through Him!
Whenever a baby boy is born, parents exclaim, “He is here!” Several people exclaimed the same thing when Jesus was born.
Chaos is an interpretation of circumstances. God allows tests in our lives to accomplish His glory and our greatest good. Mary and Joseph reveal these truths in a remarkable way. Our Christmas may be more like the first Christmas this year.
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The probability that prophesies made hundreds of years before their fulfillment would come true are extremely small. Only God could keep promises with such accuracy and precision.
For the first church in the book of Acts, prayer was a top priority. We see a pattern of prayer then gospel proclamation then church growth. We cannot minimize the importance of prayer for today’s church.
The Gospel according to John is written so that we may believe in Jesus. Faith in Christ Jesus is the key that unlocks eternal life and gives strength for today. Believe Jesus!
We examine several pictures throughout Luke that reminds us our God is the God of the impossible. No prayer is too big to pray. No person is beyond His saving grace.