Can we trust God to take care of us? Abraham was chosen by God to leave the comforts of Ur, going to a land he had never seen. Along the way, Abraham bent the truth to save his own skin, telling Egypt’s Pharaoh that his wife was his sister. In this message, we identify four lessons at the junction of trusting or backsliding. Backsliding always has more burdens than blessings.
The losses, challenges, and heartaches God brings on life’s journey reveal we were made for another world. God called Abraham out of Ur of the Chaldees, promising to make of him a great nation. In this message, we find three lessons from Abraham’s first steps of faith that prepare us to trust God with our own journey. Are you living and longing for eternity?
Prosperity has a way of making us indifferent to the needs around us. The church of Laodicea had this problem. They were useless like lukewarm water, and Jesus threatened to spit them out. In this final message in a series on Jesus’ words to the churches in Revelation, we discover the difficult diagnosis of a lukewarm condition. What’s the cure?
When opportunity knocks, we must open the door—and it’s never truer than in our spiritual lives. Though the church at Philadelphia was small, Jesus opened the door for them to impact the world with the Gospel. In this message from Revelation 3, we consider how Jesus is still opening doors for us today. Jesus can do the impossible, even for those with little strength.
God sees us for who we really are. The church at Sardis was confronted by Jesus in Revelation 3 because they had a spotless reputation, but their hearts were rotten. In this message, we listen to Jesus’ rebuke, remedy, and ultimately the reward for repentance. Whose opinion could be more important than Jesus’?
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