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As sure as there are signs of human life, there are signs of spiritual life. You can know a tree by its fruit. This principle is developed in the Bible with regard to our spiritual lives as Christians. Others can tell whether or not you are a Christian based upon the fruit from your life. What are some of the clear evidences of being a Christian? The Apostle John gives us some of these today!
Today Pastor Kevin Fetterhoff considers what our relationships could look like if we made love become a verb - active and alive. Today's message will look at three expressions of love, both examples from the Bible and right around us, that show how we can put love in to action in our relationships.
Unpacking the redemption and Gospel story in the book of Ruth.
The greatest commandment is that we’re called to love God with all our heart-including our emotions. Scripture tells us we need the Holy Spirit to deal with how we feel, manage our emotions, and change unwanted feelings.
Have you ever thought about the type of neighbor you are? Do you avoid your neighbors or have you spent time getting to know them? Jesus said "love your neighbor as yourself". We cannot exhibit God's love to a hurting world if we don't take the time to know them and show we care. The Gospel of Luke will help us understand Jesus' expectations on being the neighbor God intends for us to be.
The priorities of our lives reveal much about us. Through reflection, we can understand what it is we prioritize and can then pinpoint our greatest loves. In this passage of Haggai, we are exhorted to prioritize God through cultivating holiness, reflecting upon our ways, and hoping in the eternal reward found in Christ.
The love & concern of Jesus Christ told through the stories in the Gospel & NOT from fables.
Though my life constantly changes, God's purpose for me never does. It is simply to know Him and love Him.