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Jesus honors a woman whose sin was well known—all because of grace.
What is it that makes parenting so tough? Our limitations are usually what make it difficult to bring up our children. So how do we get past our tempers, our lack of patience, knowledge, and understanding? How do we raise great children who will be a generation for Christ? Listen and find out!
Jesus looked at those poor in spirit, mourning over regrets and failures in life, hungering and thirsting for a righteousness they didn’t yet have, and said, ‘You are the salt of the earth.’ (Matthew 5) He didn’t say, do this and you might become the salt of the earth someday, nor did he say, make it your goal to be salt of the earth. He said to the likes of you and me, ‘You are the salt of the earth’ right now. We have more influence than we think we have. There is more at stake in each conversation, each choice act toward another, for good or ill, than we understand. Does this encourage you to go into your day seeking to enhance, to flavor, to preserve the peace, joy, hope and love of your relationships? How might you be the salt in your relationships today? Exercise: have a few crackers or chips, and taste the salt. Pray that you may enhance your relationships by your words and actions today.
We begin our series on the Holy Spirit by studying base information and setting the focus for the year. When we talk about the Spirit, we are talking about God, and the Spirit's primary function is to point to Jesus. Our theme for this year is Breathe: Holy Spirit moving through me.
This week, we start a series on our Values. First up: Real People! While many Christians are being labeled as hypocrites, how can we be authentic? As we go through life, are we refreshing to other people or do they see right through us? Let's take an honest look at where we place our faith!
In James chapter 4 the author spells out not only the causes but the cure for the conflicts in our world, workplace, communities, churches, friendships, marriages and families.
Mary, mother of Jesus, was a teenager plucked from obscurity and poverty to become an amazing model of God-grounded hope, despite the fact that life got much more difficult and complex for her after the annunciation of Jesus. Her song of praise to God reveals how this young women is a model of a life choosing to believe kingdom realities in the face of life challenges.