When we realize that God is transcendent, it will change us. We cannot have an encounter with God and not be changed.
There is no limit to who and what God is. His power is unlimited, His knowledge and wisdom are unlimited, and even His love is without limits.
God desires a close relationship with us. However, we choose to enjoy that or not. We can choose to keep our distance from God.
Remember playing hide and seek when you were a kid? Sometimes we try to play the game with God. Today we look at another attribute of God’s to know God better, and experience His love more.
God is the only self-existent one. Because of that reality, because we are created by Him and for Him, only He has the authority to sit on the throne of our life. When we fancy ourselves to be kings of our life, we steal the throne from its rightful owner.
Our perspective of God shapes all of our life. We launch today into a series to discover what God is really like.
God has placed us at the crossroads of life so His message of love could be spread further. He expects us to partner with Him to get that message out.
God has always called us to love Him and enjoy His love forever. Obedience is seen in how we are a blessing to others around us. His design was for all things to be good, when we do good into our world out of love for God and love for others, we are obedient to what God has called us to.
God had designed for His people to be a conduit of blessing to the world around them. What in your life is preventing that?
God has expectations for humanity, faithfulness to Him is one of them. Today we look at how Jesus fulfilled that expectation for us, and through that we see God’s love on display.
Ben Pennington shares with us one last time as he is retiring this year after 42 years in the field.
So many people are desperately looking for contentment. Where are you looking to find it? Is it in Christ? Today we examine the ending of Paul’s letter to learn what he discovered about the mystery of contentment.