Posts tagged “Perseverance”
Here’s a little quiz for you. True or false? You get good things from God by being good. Sometimes God will cause you to…
Child champion: Little Samuel
A woman named Hannah, living in the tribal territory of Ephraim in the 11th century b.c., had a tough life. Not only was she…
To forgive or not to forgive: A case study
Two men. One an Old Testament prophet, chosen by God to preach repentance and mercy to a tough crowd. One a New Testament believer,…
An Abnormal Christmas
This year has been full of unpleasant surprises, and 2020 will conclude with an abnormal Christmas. But Pastor Jeremy helps us keep our perspective this week by looking at when an abnormal Christmas was very normal.
You’ll Never Be in the Dark
No matter what happens in this world or the challenges you’re facing in your life, you don’t have to be in the dark. Pastor Mike was in Israel right before the COVID-19 pandemic. Here at the ancient synagogue in Magdala in Galilee, Pastor Mike reminds us about the Light of the world.
Happy Ending for a Messy World
So many things are going wrong in our world right now, but there is a happy ending in store. Pastor Ben explains.
Christmas: God Is With Us
Watch the entire devotional series from this Christmas week, as Pastor Jeremy reminds us just how amazing our God is with his presence and promises.
When Christmas Isn’t Merry
Watch the entire devotional series from this week, as Pastor Jon talks about what we can do when the Christmas season isn’t so happy and merry.
My Doubts Vs. God’s Promises
Do God’s promises seem like they’re not being kept? Even John the Baptist doubted. But Pastor Jon reminds us that what we see with our eyes does not compare to what God tells us to believe.
Chariots of fire
Gehazi, servant to the prophet Elisha, had no difficulty seeing his problems. Ben-Hadad II, the evil king of Aram, had sent an entire company…
Roots and Fruit: Grow Closer to Jesus
How does a person have any peace in a world where everything seems so uncertain? Grow! Although the Bible is a hard book to read, it produces knowledge to keep you secure in your faith until Jesus returns.
God plays a long game
Try as we might, we can’t see into the future. We can guess, plot probabilities, and make predictions, but our ideas could be totally…