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What does it actually mean that we have the Holy Spirit? We know we believe in Him, we may know what we believe about Him, but what does it matter at the end of the day? What are the implications of his existence?
Renowned author Jim Harrison says, "The answer is always in the entire story, not just a piece of it.” That is certainly true of the Book of Ecclesiastes. If every pursuit is ultimately unsatisfying, what is the solution to life? What is the point of it all? The final passage of the book teaches us that we can find freedom from vanity by fearing God and keeping his commands. On this side of the cross, we understand this only happens through the gospel.
God asks us to give freely to him, promising that he will more than repay us. And, Jesus taught that we will be accountable for our stewardship of everything God entrusts to us. But, will God really repay the investments we make in his kingdom? This case study will help you to see that he does and help you to understand why it is so vital that we seek out opportunities to make such investments. It's life changing. Don't miss this. Mt 19:16-30; Mk 10:17-31; 2Cor 9:6-11; Mal 3:6-12; Mt 25:14-30; 2Cor 9:6
Continuing in a series on Zephaniah, this sermon focuses on what we have done to distance ourselves from God and what remedies God has provided.
In this story of a poor man and a rich man and their separate fates, Jesus teaches with authority about eternal things. He can speak about them because he has been there and knows them.
After prophesying the Day of Lord, Zephaniah calls on the people to repent, and while they seek God, God judges the nations on behalf of a remnant of His chosen people.
A survey of the Day of the Lord, and a call to reject religious complacency and focus on the weight of God in our lives.
Forecast for a Rebellious World
When’s the last time you either saw something or read something that made you say, “That’s not fair! That’s not right!” Ecclesiastes 8:1-17 gives us wisdom for how to live in an unjust world. It teaches us to fear God, who is the righteous Judge of all things.