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In Proverbs 31:30, we see two kinds of women contrasted. First, we are warned to beware the charming and beautiful woman. For, some women use the good and desirable qualities of charm and beauty to cover-up selfish motives. Second, since the fear of the Lord is of far greater value than charm and beauty, we are exhorted to praise women who fear the Lord. For, these women are a blessing to the Lord, other people, and even themselves.
The Christian life is an expression of Christ's sacrifice for us. We need to live like He died
This message looks at both the sovereignty of God and the pride of man through the lens of the rise, the fall and the restoration of King Nebuchadnezzar in Daniel 4. We examine the foolishness and the effects of replacing God with anything less than God.
The Role of the Holy Spirit
Often we hear today the phrase: "I am not a sinner". We (the church nationwide) often believe that God will conform to what we see as acceptable as a society. Make no mistake: we are all wretched, undeserved sinners in the eyes of our Lord. Our only chance of salvation is thru the blood of Jesus Christ.
What does it mean to be great? While our world defines greatness in many way, Jesus challenges us to see that true greatness is in the Kingdom is not what we might expect. Listen as pastor Lance Parrott calls us to hear the words of Jesus to be great by serving and challenges us to be servants in all areas of life.
The end times have stretched on, producing generations of speculation about the coming antichrist. From Caligula to Oprah, Christians have tried to identify the great, earthly enemy of God. Unfortunately, predictions have proven wanting. When John warned of antichrist, however, he spoke of a type of person, rather than a particular person. Antichrist denied Jesus and left the church. His congregation suffered the scars of antichrist, and wrote to his readers about orthodox faith and the ministry of the Holy Spirit. He encourages his readers to remain teachable in critical times, a lesson as relevant today as it was in his age.