Jesus said, “I came not to be served but to serve, and give my life a ransom for many.” The most miserable of lives is the self-centered life. The most wasted of lives is the selfish life. It is amazing the joy, power, and contentment which comes in a life following Jesus’ example of self-denying, others-centered living (Matthew 20:28; Philippians 2:4).
“Hope Foretold” shows us the how Isaiah foretold the message of hope in Jesus Chirst. In a world of hopelessness and the season we are in, this is a timely message to encourage us in the gospel and motivate us to share the gospel.
We continue our series on the glory of God. It is the glory of God which is not only the end of all things and activities, but the very thing which satisfies the Christian in this life and the next. This Lord’s Day, we will seek to understand the Lord’s desire for us to see and be satisfied with His glory.
This Lord’s Day evening we continue our study in the wisdom book of Proverbs with the topic of laziness. Solomon writes a lot about this God-dishonoring characteristic and warns us of its consequences.