In this sermon from Jeremiah 33, God calls out to his children “Call to Me, and I will answer you.” God’s amazing invitation to us comes from the creator and sustainer of the Universe–so we know he can do it! More than simply able, God is pleased to answer us–yet do we go to him … [Read more…]
By C. H. Spurgeon If any man hear My voice, and open the door, I will come in to him. —Revelation 3:20 What is your desire this evening? Is it set upon heavenly things? Do you long to enjoy the high doctrine of eternal love? Do you desire liberty in very close communion with God? … [Read more…]
The Hebrew word for magnify is ‘gadal’ and means “to grow up.” The author is saying we need to grow up into the goodness of God until the reality of His goodness becomes our joy and our strength. A post shared by Truth To Table (@truthtotable) on Nov 26, 2017 at 4:57pm PST
The youth group had an excellent More photos on our Facebook and Flickr pages!
By Aaron Armstrong During our public school days, Emily and I always felt overwhelmed. There were always so many rules for us to follow—about holidays, clothes, and even lunches. And the lunch rules were the worst. The expectation was that lunch be garbage free, healthy, and absolutely free of any nut products of any kind. … [Read more…]
The Delmas 32 church in Haiti, with whom we have connected often over the last few years, celebrated their 25th anniversary!
There should be no one with whom we converse so much as with Jesus. To abide in Him alone is true love…. He wants us to abide in Him and enjoy His constant fellowship. —C. H. Spurgeon
Thoughts on “The Lord is My Shepherd” By John Newton He must intimately know every individual of the flock. His eye must be upon them every one, and His ear open to their prayers, and His arm stretched out for their relief, in all places and in all ages. Every thought of every heart must … [Read more…]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gEuFSBwT7g Continuing our series in Colossians, we’ve made it to Chapter 2! While chapter 1 focused on declaring the sufficiency of Christ, now we are seeing the specific outworking in a believer’s life who sees this truth. In this sermon, we’ll see first what you may have in Christ, then what you must do (walk … [Read more…]