Sermons on Proverbs
God’s mercy has given us the chance to die to ourselves and come alive in Christ. So be a living sacrifice that no longer conforms to the patterns of this world. The world around us is deceptive, selfish, angry, and foolish. As followers of Jesus Christ, these cannot be the patterns we live by.
Life is full of distractions, trials, and temptations that can ruin your life. The only way we are able to navigate through all of it is to allow the Spirit of God to fill us, seal us, and empower us to have self-control.
Fear of the Lord is the foundation of true knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction. We receive this knowledge from God in many different ways. First, we have been given instruction and guidance within the scriptures. The Bible is God’s authoritative word to us, and it speaks to every kind of life experience, that we might know how God wants us to live. Second, we receive knowledge through Godly counsel. When we surround ourselves with people who love God and live with wisdom, they too can help us experience the full life of God.
How a good Sunday can help improve your entire family
In the Bible, being single is not considered just a time before you finally meet “the one”, but rather a special gift. If you are single, I want you to know that this is no reason to feel like you are socially deficient. Instead, God wants to meet you in a significant way.
Our friends determine the direction and quality and the depth of our faith in God, because God uses providential relationships to impact and to grow our faith in Him.
Psalm 27:14 (NLT) “Wait for the LORD; be strong and take heart and wait for the LORD.” One of the hardest things to do in life is to wait. Whether we are expecting something good, something bad or the unknown, waiting is tough. Patience is a virtue, something we have to work for. It’s a quality that we are not born with, but that we learn. And it’s something, because of our human nature, that we have to practice…over and…