Change. It's always somewhat, well maybe sometimes a bit difficult, to make changes in our lives, even when it's for the betterment of those around us. We simply want those things to remain the same simply because we're comfortable with the way they have always been, or we just simply like it that way.
Just when you thought we've squeezed everything we can out of the main event of The Garden, it's time to take a second look. Join us in Genesis.
Today's society ranks individuality and taste very high on the list of priorities. I like chocolate (who doesn't) and you like maple walnut. That difference works in virtually every aspect of life. Except for one. Faith...religion. That part of our lives that defines and confines our behavior in virtually every aspect of our daily lives. Today we explore the ramifications of that most important dynamic.
Life is measured in minutes and moments, the moments being those things we've done between our birthdate and day of our death, the dash on our tombstone. It's worth reflecting.
Love is an amazing force. It even causes the most hardened of criminals to confess their crimes. Let's listen as we open God's word in Corinthians.
So much of life is made of circumstances that drive us to make choices. The challenge is making the right ones, "right" being those that drive us closer and closer to Jesus. He is the one who conforms us to being more like Him. That's the goal, isn't it. Let's listen, as our guest Gerry Wilson, now retired and back from California. who also served as our pastor at Friends Church 30 years ago, shares from Paul's letters just how we might fight the battle... and win.
It's the Christmas season and this chapter of Isaiah concerns the unfortunate choices of King Ahaz of Judah. But, as is the case in much of Isaiah and the prophets, it is woven with an abundance of verses regarding the coming of the Messiah. This chapter is no exception.
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