Pleasing God, Making Disciples of Jesus Christ

Thought of the day—

There are times in the Christian life when trials are intense and God appears distant. We may even be tempted to question His love for us and doubt we are Christians. As painful as those times are, they are necessary times. The prophet Isaiah writes, ‘Who among you fears the Lord and obeys the voice of His servant? Let him who walks in darkness and has no light trust in the name of the Lord and rely on his God.’ It is in the darkest of times God is developing within us two things; a deep faith that will not be shaken and a life of humble submission to His always good will (Isaiah 50:10).

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Faith of Our Fathers Conference - August 11, 2017


The Apostle Paul’s Prayer for Experiential Christianity – Part 10

A study of the prayers of the Apostle Paul is rich not only in doctrinal truth but practical Christianity. In his second prayer in the letter the Ephesians, the petitions define the high of Christian experience – to know the love of Christ and the fullness of God. In this tenth part in the examination of this prayer, we are looking at the second petition and what is necessary to develop a prayer life putting us in a position to experience the love of Christ and be controlled by this soul-ravishing and life transforming reality.

Model of a Holy Life: Our Heavenly Father – Part 3

The chief aim in the life of a Christian is to glorify God by conforming more and more into His image and that of being holy. And our holiness is not measured by conduct foremost but by looking to our God who is holy, holy, holy. In this message Jim Sole talks about what holiness is by pointing to God as the model for holiness. He also begins to look at eleven encounters of human beings with God – nine in the Old Testament and four in the New Testament and by their responses, we will begin to grasp the holiness of God.


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