Aside from Jesus Christ, no human being has ever lived a perfect, flawless life. So, if we can't be perfect, then why would God call us to be holy? Today on Discover the Word, the team will remind us that holiness isn't something we can achieve on our own, and that's okay! Don't miss the conclusion of their series "Holy, Holey, Wholly," today on Discover the Word!
Romans 3:23 says that all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. But gratefully, God made a way for us to be made right with Him. Today on Discover the Word, we'll discuss how Jesus's sacrifice on the cross restores us and makes us whole again. We'll save you a seat at the table, today on Discover the Word!
The philosopher Pascal once said that there's an emptiness every one of us longs to have filled but the infinite abyss can only be filled by God Himself. Today on Discover the Word, we discuss how a holy God recognizes the holes in us and makes us whole. Their series Holy, Holey, Wholly continues today on Discover the Word!
In our speech, we often attach the word "holy" to some decidedly un-holy things. But today on Discover the Word, the team will call us back to the true meaning of holy and invite us to step into the holiness that Jesus wants to provide. Pull a chair up to the table today on Discover the Word!
If there's one word that describes God, it's the word holy. But to imperfect humans, the idea of holiness seems foreign, exclusive, even a little scary. Today on Discover the Word, the team will discuss what they mean when they say God is holy and consider how we should respond to God's holiness. Begin a new series called Holy, Holey, Wholly, today on Discover the Word!
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