When the Holy Spirit causes Jesus’ grandeur and glory to overflow our hearts, He overflows our minds as well, and we will find ourselves more than ever “speaking the truth in love” (Eph. 4:15).
You and I are surrounded by phenomenal displays of God’s power, grace and miracles. Yet unbelief and thanklessness survive too easily in our world. How can we avoid the mistake of supposing ourselves incapable of heart-hardness?
Weddings have to do with love, commitment, and embrace—about being open enough to do whatever is necessary in order for the right thing to be done.
Christian character. Christlikeness. Sanctification. We often use terms like these, but what do they really mean? Pastor Jack discusses what it means for a believer in Jesus Christ and live out these concepts in everyday life.
Forgiveness doesn’t mean that what is being forgiven is right; it means rescinding the right to be angry, hateful or judgmental. You and I have been given an awesome grace that puts us under an awesome point of accountability—to forgive others because we have been forgiven.
A blessing is promised to those who read the book of Revelation, and who keep those things which are written in it. This brief outline summarizing the lessons of Jesus' Revelation is intended as a study companion for reading this book of the Bible.