For God will save Zion, and will build the cities of Judah: that they may dwell there, and have it in possession.Psalms 69:35 Happy Thanksgiving from "Little Brother's Thoughts on the Bible." I pray that you all have a safe and joyful time with friends and family today. Thanksgiving is a uniquely Christian AND American … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving
In this edition of "Triumphal Feast," Elder Bryce concludes the introduction to the series on Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians. Continuing in the inspired history found in the Book of Acts, we see this young church turning away from their idol worship and other sinful life practices. We also see the outpouring of their love … Continue reading Triumphal Feast • “Thy First Love” – Part 3
Your efforts to draw nigh to Jesus will not be in vain. In fact, when you do find yourself in fellowship with Jesus, it will be more than you bargained for. And it will be amazing!
We most certainly must be on fire for the Lord in our personal discipleship but that cannot be to the neglect of others.
Our personal zeal to be close to Jesus should also encourage us to help others.
How ever passionate we are about saying we are disciples of Christ, that same passion should be seen in our walk!
In this edition of "Triumphal Feast," Elder Bryce continues the history of the founding of the Church at Ephesus. Using the historical record found in the Book of Acts, we see that although this church had an unusual start and suffered persecution very early, they had a passion for Christ and His church that let … Continue reading Triumphal Feast • “Thy First Love” – Part 2
This episode of Triumphal Feast begins a journey through Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians. This message is part 1 of the introduction to the series. Elder Lowrance begins in Revelation where Jesus tells this church that they have “left their first love.” The brethren there had apparently lost their deep devotion and passion for Christ … Continue reading Triumphal Feast • “Thy First Love” Part 1
The miracles of Jesus were not for His fame or glory. They were an undeniable testimony that He was the true Messiah!
To say that the miracles of the Bible are just fictional stories and not necessary is to to deny the most needed miracle of all, SALVATION!