Paul the Example In his farewell address to the elders at Ephesus in Acts 20, the Apostle Paul recounts his manner of life among them for the past three years. While our greatest example in all things is Jesus Christ, we have Paul’s life as a pattern to follow as well. His words to the…
Friends Being Friendly Jesus is the greatest Friend we could ever want or need, but how blessed we are to have friends in our lives to help us along the way. Jesus was called “friend of sinners” and how grateful we ought to be that the charge against him was true. Would we have been…
Practical Hope “Hope deferred maketh the heart sick: but when the desire cometh, it is a tree of life.” Proverbs 13:12. Everything we hope for has some basis or foundation upon which we place our confidence. What is the basis of our hope in our daily living? How far does that foundation take us?
Humility and Meekness Life is full of hills and valleys; joys and sorrows; successes and failures. One conclusion we should come to is this: through every event in life, in every circumstance… positive, negative and everything in between; our response should be to become more humble and more meek. Brother Matt takes us to several examples in Scripture to help us develop…
Nebuchadnezzar Eats Grass What can we learn about humility and meekness from this famous king, from a very familiar scene in Daniel, Chapter 4?
When the Unexpected Happens What can we expect when the unexpected happens? Using Psalm 77 as a guide, Brother Matt helps us learn how to deal with the doubts and fears, the anxiety and the pain and the many mixture of emotions we experience when these unexpected events take place in our life.
Success & Struggles, Seth Kelly Brother Seth Kelly stirs our minds to consider a common Christian experience… why do we often struggle spiritually in the midst of prosperity and success?
Holding Fast, part 2 Where is our only source of true encouragement? How is encouragement given? By what means do we receive the encouragement we need? The next message in this short series continues to explore Hebrews 10:22-25.
The Prodigal’s Brother The prodigal son and his brother shared at least one thing in common… they both thought their worthiness as a son depended on their behavior. The prodigal reached the point that he acknowledged his unworthiness because of his disobedience, while his older brother questioned why he hadn’t received worthy recognition for his obedience.
Holding Fast What is the basis of the encouragement we need to hold fast the profession of our faith in these troubled times? Nothing less than the fact that God is faithful!