Media


Examining Ourselves

What do we examine for in pre-Passover examination? Since the word carries an expectation that we’ll find something, what is it exactly that we’re looking to find? In the passage in 2Cor 13 Paul references Christ being in us—but what specifically does that look like?

Go to Page


The Quality of Mercy

Mercy, as one of the "weightier matters of the law," deserves a lot of weighty thought very often. As we near the Passover, however, it is an appropriate time to deeply consider exactly what mercy is, how it works, how God sees it, and how we can learn to apply...

Go to Page


When Is Passover?

If Passover is on the 14th, why the big controversy over the timing of Passover? Many of us may just look at the calendar produced by the Church and leave it at that. One can do that, but there are some legitimate questions that arise, so let’s explore...

Go to Page


The Sin That Is Not Forgiven

Committing sin brings the death penalty. One must repent of his or her sin to receive the gift of eternal life. If sin remains, it is not forgiven. If it is not forgiven, then the death penalty is incurred. It is God’s desire to forgive us of our...

Go to Page


If Any of You Lacks Wisdom

All of us find times when we wish we had more wisdom. But Scripture tells us there is more than one kind of wisdom. How do we go about avoiding the wrong wisdom and growing in godly wisdom?

Go to Page


Hypocrisy

An examination of hypocrisy by looking at events in the life of Joseph and his family.

Go to Page


The Fervant Prayer: Praying With Intensity

God promises to listen to fervant prayers. We have plenty to be fervant about these days!

Go to Page


The Household of God

What does this phrase Paul used, “the household of God” in Eph 2:19 mean to you? It had a very powerful impact on the mixed congregation there in Ephesus. What can we learn and use TODAY from the timeless wisdom God shared through the pen of the Apostle Paul...

Go to Page


Our Relationship With God’s Will

The accounts of two women in scripture can help us reflect upon our relationship with God's will. How might we determine His will, and how will we react to it?

Go to Page


The Kingdom Is Like…

At the Feast we always hear a lot about the Kingdom. How did Jesus describe it? Twelve times He said "the Kingdom is like..." and seven of those are in Matthew 13. Let's review those to get HIS perspective on the Kingdom.

Go to Page