Dealing With Difficult People Psalm 52:1-9 1 Why do you boast in evil, O mighty man? The goodness of God endures continually. 2 Your tongue devises destruction, Like a sharp razor, working deceitfully. 3 You love evil more than good, Lying rather than speaking righteousness. Selah 4 You love all devouring words, You deceitful tongue.…
Dust in the Air John 16:1-4 These things I have spoken to you, that you should not be made to stumble. 2 They will put you out of the synagogues; yes, the time is coming that whoever kills you will think that he offers God service. 3 And these things they will do to you[a]…
In The Temple November 15, 2015 (a.m. service)
Wasn’t There Another Way? November 15, 2015 (p.m. service)
Being a teenager is hard. And no one seems to understand how you feel (Prov. 14:10).
The Lord told Paul in a night vision that he had “many people” in Corinth (Acts 18:10). But were the immoral Corinthians really looking for God?
God expects the father to take primary responsibility for training his children (Eph. 6:1-4). But what is he to teach them?
Speaking to the elite Areopagus court, Paul says that God doesn’t overlook ignorance (Acts 17:30-31). But how is that fair to people in countries where the name of Jesus is unknown
How is a Christian woman supposed to deal with a husband who rejects the Lord and cuts down the church? This question is as old as the first century (1 Pet. 3:1-6).
The Athenians worshiped so many gods that they couldn’t keep track of them all. In his Areopagus address (Acts 17:22-31), Paul introduced his audience to the real God.