Love and Marriage – Ephesians 5 finishes with a focus in the everyday work relating together. Whether married or single, we all can grow in nourishing and cherishing our relationships with the Lord and each other.
For 40 years the people of Israel went from being slaves to lords over their own land. During that journey through the wilderness, God was with them every single day and provided for their needs. As we review the holiday of Sukkot, our own journey is similar – God offers to be present with us, care for our needs, and lead us IF we will let Him.
Options, alternatives, and preferences – oh my! In our modern world we are infected with the notion that we ALWAYS have choices, including not participating at all. Our spiritual future still offers us a choice rather than options as Paul explains and why that’s a good thing.
A prisoner of the Lord…living worthy of the call – what does that mean and HOW do we do that? Join us for a practical discussion of giving weight to the Lord and not fighting the fetters of His presence or those He wants US to reach with His mercy.
A member called asking for prayer for a new job in the construction industry which tends to be short term project work. Within two days, he was interviewed, offered a longer position for better pay, and has future opportunities long-term with the new company.
One of our members let me know he decided to put last week’s (08/14) Selah challenge to the test, looking at something he believed was “un” and setting it before the Lord. He got an answer to his prayer the next day.
What do you put your confidence in? A job, friends, education and skills? God want to express His plan in your life and reach others. We talk about why we can come to His throne with freedom and confidence.