The book of Deuteronomy will significantly shape your life. If you want to feel the weight of this book you can’t read it right through at one time. You’ll never get the impact of the book if you do not break it up. It’s thirty-four chapters, so that’s a fairly long read. It will give you the overwhelming impression you never realized that there is so much of the love of God in the Old Testament.
Have you ever been discouraged, disappointed, or frustrated with the Church? Then this teaching is for you.
If you want to emphasize something, you put it in the middle, you put it in the centre of your life. “Salvation comes from the Lord” (Jonah 2:9)
Compassion is more than a feeling – it is love in action. What is the scope of your compassion?
The place to begin to know how a godly marriage looks like, is the relationship between Christ and His bride. Who then is the bride?
All of us are on a journey leading into one of two directions, moving along one of two lines. What do you live for?
Do you want to be doing what Christ is doing? Christ has united Himself to His people as His body. Do you belong to the body? Do you love the church? Or are you doing your own thing?
How is it that you can experience God’s grace in your life and ministry and still find that you struggle with the God that you love? You serve God and then you end up resenting the very God you serve. How do we deal with that?
Have you ever seriously thought: Why Church? What is the church? What does the church means on the lips of Jesus? Whatever it means when Jesus used the word ‘church’, is what it should mean to you. The aim of this series is to share with you the passion of Jesus Christ for His church.
When it comes to storms, disasters, or tragedies in your life, you have two choices in what to believe: Either God is in control or He is a helpless observer. Many people cry out to other gods in these times. do you know who is in control?