This weekend, we are taking a look at the ongoing process after the moment a person gets saved. The Christian life is about God molding us and making us more like Christ. Much like metals are refined and made purer, the life of the believer is a process of God developing Christian character within us. The title of this weekend’s message is “SANCTIFICATION.”
INTEGRITY by Dr. Shah, Clearview Church, Henderson, NC Introduction: This weekend being President’s Day weekend, we were discussing what would be a message we all need to hear. Somebody suggested that it should be on “Integrity in Leadership.” How many of you would agree that we need some integrity in our nation’s leadership? How many... Continue Reading →
This weekend, we are looking at the first verse of the Bible. So many of us know Genesis 1:1 by heart, but have you ever considered what came before Genesis 1:1? Because God is outside of time, He has always been and always will be. This is difficult for our human minds to comprehend, but we will by looking at God’s nature this weekend, specifically his timelessness. How does that impact what we believe? The title of this weekend’s message is “TIMELESS”.
This weekend’s message is a continuation of “TRAINING” from last weekend. We are continuing to look at God’s design for raising children. This week, we will be looking at Psalm 50. God is commanding believers to not assume they can speak for Him or understand His nature. He is God and their assumptions of His character are insulting and sinful.
This message is focused on the character of the first person of the godhead - God the Father. In John 5 Jesus gives us the attributes of God the Father. This message has great relevance for the family today, especially fathers because it gives us the marks of a good father. No dad can afford to miss this message.
Ever wonder what it was like for Joseph and Mary to raise Jesus! They knew that He was the Son of God but at the same time He was fully human. Of course, we immediately think of Him as the perfect child since He was sinless. Who wouldn’t want a child like that! But let’s not forget that Jesus chose to restrict Himself and “learn obedience” (Hebrews 5:8).
As parents, there are some very valuable truths that we can learn about the development of children from the childhood years of Jesus. This series will also teach our children some very important lessons on what it means to be a young boy or girl who pleases God.