We spend so much of our lives preparing for a future moment. But God is a “now” God. We can’t experience God in the past or the future, only in this present moment.
The Bible describes wisdom as the ability to judge or see correctly and to then follow the right course of action. In a world saturated with knowledge, God’s wisdom is needed by us all.
As we begin our new sermon series on the book of James, Bold Living, we look at the process of our faith being proven through trials, and the never-changing promises of God in trials.
How do we love God with all our heart, all our soul, all our mind and with all our strength? How do we love God with more than our emotions?
Lives of true and proper worship (Rom 12:1) begin with a true and proper perspective of God, and from that perspective flows attitudes of thankfulness and joyful service.
“Let me know that you love me, and let that be enough.” — Switchfoot.
Sharing from the recent Capital Healing Rooms Transformation Tour to Cambodia, January 2019.
It's never too late to change. You need not be locked into what you have always been and done. You are not a prisoner of your track record. There can always be a fresh start in God.
We aim to know God's love not only so we can walk in greater health and wholeness ourselves, but also that we could bring healing to others by giving His love away.