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The vengeance of the Lord is a subject that's not really been taught in the church. But in this last day I believe this is an aspect of God we must understand if we are going to stand in faith and accomplish our kingdom purpose.
Know the truth and live the truth. True hospitality is more than food and entertainment. Be careful how you choose role models.
Knowing and Loving Jesus in 2015! Join us Sundays at 9:00 and 10:45 AM as Pastor Ray walks us through the Gospel of John. These Sunday messages will help you to create an unquenchable thirst and a clear path for PURSUING, KNOWING and ENJOYING Jesus in a way that transforms every aspect of your life — making you more useful for this world and more ready for the next world.
Through the gospel, God gives us new eyes for our spouse and we recognize their worth. From these new eyes, we receive new strength to love. God loves marriage and has designed it for the benefit of the man, the woman, any children He brings, and for society as a whole.
Nabeel Qureshi, (Ravi Zacharias ministries) was born into a Muslim family and through the amazing love and pursuit of God, he is now a dedicated Christian. His personal story of how he experienced life-change is an inspiration and challenge to each one of us to love those God has placed in our lives.
Unconditional respect for the husband. Unconditional love for the wife.
The church, as well as individual believers, take comfort in Christ's identifying with His bride. But how often do we identify with Christ. How we respond in our suffering directly affects how the world/non-believers see Jesus and His holiness. As we study this section of 1 Peter, we see how we must be prepared for persecution mentally, and have a regard in our heart for Jesus' holiness, so that the lost that are around us will see such a vast difference that they must know why. Join us as continue in 1 Peter.
"Reaching Out to Jesus and Being Made Whole": Sermon for the Fifth Sunday After Pentecost, Proper 8, Year B
All of us at one time or another have felt left out, cast out, less than, or "the other." We carry the weight of our past and our reality of our present. Like the "hemorrhaging woman" in Mark's gospel, when we "reach out" to Jesus, we can be made whole. We do this by coming together faithfully and being present to one another in our pain and our joy. We participate in the liturgy of the Church, and we make sure to share God's reconciling love in Christ with others who are hurting and outcast.