Job 12:12 says “Is not wisdom found among the aged? Does not long life bring understanding?” With all that has happened in the past couple of years people are clamoring for perspective and clarity. Life did not prepare them for such times. However, God has given wisdom through his Spirit and Word and those who have lived longer can give us guidance in such times. This series is receiving from such people and then going to the Word to gain greater understanding and clarity for how to go forward thriving in faith.
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Ephesians is dripping with deep and meaningful truths to cling to and particularly applicable to today. While we have certainly experienced more division in our country, in Christ oneness can be found. The unity of the Trinity is deeply sown into the DNA of those who are following Jesus Christ. The work of Christ not only ties us altogether in the present but it gives us unity of purpose as move forward into the future.
Unless you are the maker of something, it is difficult to truly fix something that is calibrated incorrectly. The Spirit of God is assigned the role of re-calibrating those who are redeemed by Christ so that we can experience the amazing life we were intended for. This is a journey of learning to live life by the Spirit and experiencing his transformative work. The Spirit will re-calibrate us in a manner that will lead to outcomes and “fruit” that will please God and impact others
No one wants to be accused or found to be an impostor, especially by God himself. Jesus takes on false faith head on as he is building a Kingdom of Bona Fide believers who will follow him to the end and beyond.
John had a three years of observing Jesus and watching each human encounter with him reveal all the more who Jesus is. Each person needs an encounter with Jesus, and it is our prayer that you will encounter Jesus anew in the weeks ahead.
The Book of Psalms is truly an open diary between the psalmist and God. True confessions, raw, emotions, transparent thoughts lead to renewed clarity of seeking God’s heart on the matter. Let these Psalms be an inspiration to get real with God in a time when when much is burdening our hearts.
In light of the shifting shadows of thought within our culture, it is the longing of many to find something to cling to that does not move. Jesus is that steadfast rock that we can stand on historically, now, and for the ages to come. These two epistles are Peter’s final charge to the church to give strength and confidence that is rooted in the life changing work of Jesus Christ.
Many in America feel that our culture is so pagan there is no hope and consequently live a defeated life or a life of fear. Daniel lived in an increasingly pagan culture yet thrived in his faith—even impacting the entire kingdom. This series will look at how Daniel thrived in his walk with God when few others dared.