Something between justification and glorification in the life of the Christian is the ongoing experience of sanctification.
Today within the Church there is a debate of sorts. Believers are debating whether or not Christians should be motivated by the prospect - indeed the promise - of rewards to be given out at the Judgment Seat of Christ.
Gods Calling, Do you know what God has called you to do? Here is how to discover it.
Capitalize on the time you have: How do you spend your spare time. How does Christ fit into your life?
Those who say they live in God should live their lives as Jesus did.
Another look at this classic story
How well do you know your bible and how much time do you spend with it? \'7 days with out Gods Word makes one weak\'
Wednesday evening bible study
Part 2 of this series
The returning exiles had nasty neighbors to contend with. When they wouldn\'t \'play ball\' with the world, the world struck back.
Despite two attempts by adversaries, God moved on the hearts of the prophets, the leaders, and even government officials to support rebuilding the temple.
Though you can\'t see God at work, He is often there behind the scenes, working for your good. See this at work in the lives of the Jews as recorded in Esther.
Ezra returns to Jerusalem to oversee the teaching of the Law to God\'s people.
We begin a verse by verse study of the book of Nehemiah with an introduction with Alan Gray.
What moves you? Is it possible that what you are passionate about might be God trying to move His will forward? Nehemiah experienced great sadness, but turned that into prayer and action that saw God\'s timetable for salvation moved forward.
Nehemiah had it on his heart to rebuild Jerusalem. How he approached the king and started his task can help us as we seek to serve the Lord
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