Jesus knew His hour had come. There would be some painful darkness for both Him and His disciples. So what was the key to His endurance and His encouragement to His followers in their endurance?
In the first of a series on spiritual beings and spiritual warfare, we introduce the angelic realm. Who are these “sons of God” or “host of heaven”? What is their origin? And what is their purpose? How does God desire to use them?
As part of a series of examining how each Bible book points to Jesus, we move into the prophets and see how this book brings together 2 very different pictures - a messianic king and a suffering servant.
We live among a sexually schizophrenic culture - one which champions sexual freedom but is waking up to some of the impossibilities of a view of sex with no boundaries. We examine the “Babylon” of Revelation with parallels to our culture’s view of consumerism and sex, which ultimately are 2 sides of the same coin of idolatry.
Recently we spoke of an intermediate state following the death of the current body, a time during which we wait for a future event. This event is called “The Coming of the Lord” or “The Day of the Lord.” We begin today to explore some texts which describe what happens on this day, starting with the message in 1 Thessalonians.
We explore parallels between the Aaronic Blessing, Day 4 of Creation, and the placement of 2 of the Tabernacle Furnishings. In the process, we will see tremendous implications for our mission tot he world as God's people.
How far are you willing to walk with Jesus? We join Him in the Gospel of John to see what a close walk in the light really is.