Joan Spence • Sermon • • 2,884 views
As a young Christian, new to the faith, Genesis 3:9, 11a puzzled me; God was asking questions as if He did not know the answers. It would take many years before I understood what God was doing, and by then, I had moved on to more puzzling and not so puzzling Scriptures. Here is how God revealed what…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 38 views
Although the OT generally portrays this as a vague and shadowy existence, often associated with judgment, there are hints of the idea of resurrection to a fuller life which are developed in the NT. The NT points to judgment beyond death and to the believers’ hope in resurrection, to a more complete enjoyment of God’s presence and his blessings and to the promise of a new heaven and earth.
Gospel Shaped Outreach
This sermon is part of the Gospel Shaped Church Curriculum created by the Gospel Coalition. Information about it can be found at http://gsc.thegospelcoalition.org or www.gospelshapedchurch.org -------------------------------
Live Your Calling
God is Love God’s very nature is love Everything created is object of His love Only reason there is love in universe Eph Planned for God’s pleasure Calling = Purpose - First Purpose Loved by God Not serve , not obey, do something for Him, Loved by Him J ude, a servant of Jesus Christ and a brother of…
Does God care if we pave our roads, lower taxes, and save the spotted snow owl? Or does God care more about whether we follow His commandments? Should we vote for candidates who will provide for us, or should we vote for candidates who are aligned with keeping God's commandments and let God worry about providing for us?