We recently heard from David and Beth Curtis that Jackie, their oldest daughter, was healed of her chronic hearing loss. The weeks have gone on, but the miracle has remained. We asked her to write up her testimony so we could share it with you.
Do we worship what we know or what we do not know? This was the distinction made by Christ to the Samaritan woman at the well of Jacob concerning the Jews and Samaritans of his day. Jesus pointed out that God, who is spirit, was seeking true worshipers who will worship in spirit and truth.
In Team of Rivals, Doris Kearns Goodwin wrote that Abraham Lincoln “has unequalled power to captivate the imagination and to inspire emotion.” For me, King David is the Bible's Abraham Lincoln equivalent in his power to capture imaginations and inspire emotions.
Mike Noel finishes his four-part series on being a prophetic Christian: Be a Person of Love.
In my last post I encouraged us to grow in walking in the Spirit. One thing that goes hand in hand with walking in the Spirit is walking by faith.
How to Be a Prophetic Christian Part 2: Be a Person of the Spirit.
In these posts I’ll summarize a message I gave at Redeeming Grace Church. The title was “How To Be a Prophetic Christian.” I am going to divide it up into four posts. I believe each part will help us grow as Christians and also grow in the gift of prophecy. Part one is, Be a person of the Word.
John Piper recently addressed a John MacArthur conference on the charismatic where he affirmed key parts of what it means to be charismaticas well as offering some good critiques on the Charismatic Movement.
In some ways, yesterday was a bit like stepping back in time for me. Allow me to explain: God gave me the gift of faith in Christ for salvation 20 years ago under the gospel teaching of this church and the example of the extraordinary love the saints have for one another in this place. Yesterday was for me flashback to those early years, as Phil carefully dealt with the subject of ongoing Christian sanctification from the pages of Scripture.
Clay Shelor has written some excellent discussion questions based on last week's sermon. We looked at the topic of “every-member ministry,” an idea that has gripped us as elders over the last year or so.