Sermons on Ephesians
As we prepare our hearts for the celebration of Christ’s arrival, let allow His love to penetrate our hearts, and let’s put into practice His love flowing through us.
The basis of the Christian faith is this bold, audacious hope that God is at work in our lives every day.
Wherever you are in your faith journey this is your invitation to follow Jesus too. You are invited to take your next step along the path of discipleship leading to a life that fulfills Jesus’ great commandment, that we love God with all our hearts, souls, minds, and strength and love others as we have been loved by God.
For a truly dynamic, authentic, exciting Christian life, you simply must listen for the Holy Spirit’s promptings, test them, and obey them. Say yes to cooperating with God.
God is interested in your prayers because He is interested in you!
God can use a person in spite of his or her mistakes. God doesn’t call the qualified; He qualifies the called.
It is only through the power of the Holy Spirit that we can counter the hurt with compassion, counter the anger with empathy, and the wounds with forgiveness.
All of us are like Ruth. Without a redeemer we will face death and the punishment for our sins. Jesus came to die in our place to pay for our debt of sin before God. He bought us back to be part of God’s family and saved from sin for all eternity.
Marriage is about the Kingdom of God. The way a husband and wife submit to one another and love one another is a picture of the kind of love Jesus has for the Church.
God has created each of us with a plan for our lives. We are his handiwork, His masterpieces, and He longs for us to take part in the good work that He has for us to do.