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No body likes waiting. Lines. Doctor's offices. Traffic. Waiting just seems to be against our nature. Yet, the promise of Jesus' second coming requires waiting. Jesus taught us that we would have to wait for his coming Kingdom. Listen as pastor Brian Curtis explains to us the parable of the ten virgins and challenges us to be busy waiting for Christ to come again.
In this series through the book of Jonah we’ll see how the character Jonah is depicted as running from God, as we too often run from God with the result being death, not life. However, God relentlessly and lovingly pursued Jonah and brought him to the end of himself as in like manner, God in His grace, seeks to bring us to the end of ourselves and in turn offers us Himself instead.
God gave us his amazing creation for our use, for us to rule over. We failed to rule over it, instead, we let it rule over us. Now we live in a frustrating and dangerous world, full of death and destruction. We don't see the world in subjection to us, but we do see Jesus, who has overcome the frustration of creation in his life, death and resurrection, and now calls us forward into his renewed creation.
Priesthood may not be the first thing that comes to mind when listing pillars of our faith, but it is foundational. Key to our relationship with God is the truth that we have complete and total access to Him through Jesus.
See how Jesus Christ fulfilled the role of High Priest of God's people as predicted by Isaiah 700 years before, particularly in the life of a dying thief who had nothing to bring but a plea for mercy.
Every Christian is called to make disciples, so what are you doing to win people for the Gospel of Christ Jesus?
In Ruth 1-2, we see 3 different responses to loss. Nobody likes loss, but is there a right way to deal with it? Even more so, is there a place to find satisfaction and refuge in our loss?
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