How do you know when to wait or when to act? Both can be expressions of genuine faith. Either can be a means of trusting God or taking over for God. To wait can be a means of frustrating God’s plans. To act can be a method of getting ahead of God’s plans.View More FAITH: Do I Wait or Act?
Walk with Jesus through 60 hours of transformation. For each day of Easter Weekend – Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, you will find a) a summary of the events of each day, b) the Scripture readings from that follow the events of the day, and c) a prayer for a heart to follow.View More Walk With Jesus; a Guide for Easter Weekend
The resurrection of Lazarus is validation of the confidence of Jesus in the plan of God to raise Jesus from the dead.View More
God’s future is now in the present. The New Life and Resurrection that are scheduled for the end of time are standing before her in Jesus.View More God’s Tomorrow Is Here Today!
The story of Jesus has the power to transform lives.View More BIBLE INSIGHTS: The Powerful Story of Jesus
We use the word faith is two very different ways. First, there is “the Faith,” meaning accepting the doctrines and beliefs of the church. There are a few places in the Bible where faith is used in this way, but not many. Second, there is “faith that trusts,” meaning faith that results in action, putting your trust in God. This is the meaning of faith in most of the Bible.
Let me give you a human example of faith as a verb: May 2012, my wife and I celebrated our 10th anniversary.* It was more than a decade ago, I asked Shirley to marry me. I shared my heart with her, “you are the one I love, and I want us to build a life together.”View More She Sold Her Possessions and Moved; that’s Faith!
Howard Thurman’s classic book, Jesus and the Disinherited, opens with this startling statement: Many and varied are the interpretations of the teaching and life…View More Backs Against the Wall