Today we study James 2:1-13. James shows us how partiality is a sin and how we should show love and mercy to all we come in contact with.
Today James 1:19-21 instructs us with three commands, an explanation as to why to follow those commands, and the actions we must take in order to mature in our faith.
Today, we get to witness another sister be baptized and share her testimony. James commands us to find joy in all of our trials that we face in our walk with Christ and to know that those trials are helping build endurance to side with Jesus until our work here is done.
In today’s lesson we are introduced to a new series on the book of James, it’s author, and what it means to be a servant of Jesus Christ.
In today’s message we conclude the book of Colossians. In Paul’s closing to the Colossians he encourages his fellow believers to apply the things he has covered. We also get to hear testimony from a brother and witness his baptism.
In Colossians 3:21, and other scripture, we take a look at the father/parent’s role in training their children. It is the parent’s responsibility to train their children through loving discipline and reproof and not provoke them to anger. We apologize for not having audio. We experienced some technical difficulties.
Today we continue from last weeks lesson on putting off the old self. In Colossians 3:8-11 we deal with the anger side of our old practices. They must be put off, washed off, with the blood of Jesus, to put on the new self.
Today we study Colossians 3:5-10. When we place our faith in Jesus Christ we are led to put to death what is earthly in us and put on the new self that is cloaked in righteousness by Him.
In Colossians 2:1-5, we continue to see what being a servant to Christ looks like, even through our struggles and suffering.
In Colossians 1:9-14 Paul provides us with a power example of how we can be praying for the church.
Today we conclude our spiritual examination series with a look at the gospel. We are reminded of seven images or pictures that the Bible describes for the person who has faith in Jesus Christ. Do you see yourself in each of these pictures?
As we continue this time of spiritual examination, today we consider prayer. We are reminded of the link between God’s Word and prayer; all of the things that God’s Word reveals concerning what takes place when we pray. We are also reminded that God commands us to pray in a certain way and that through prayer we demonstrate our great dependency upon God.
Today we consider the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and how His followers are to be characterized by it through faith in Him and through being His witnesses and ambassadors.
In Luke 2:22-38, as Joseph & Mary take Jesus to the temple, both Simeon and Anna validate that baby Jesus is the Christ.
In Luke 1:26-56 we see the angel Gabriel bringing to Mary the Lord’s will for her life. We also see Mary’s submissive and obedient response to this.