God’s decision to wait before He acts does not mean He won’t judge the world. In fact, His waiting shows His incredible grace and goodness.
God can transform your entire life and allow the Gospel seed that was planted in you and take root.
Maybe you are the prodigal right now. Perhaps you are in a situation that feels bleak and is not at all where you thought you would end up.
Our church is not a place for just Good People. It’s a place for ALL people, even the messy ones.
Coming to church on Sundays to sit with your church family is about something much bigger than you. It’s all about God and His glory. As you sit in His presence you will find yourself changed.
This evening, in our Christmas Eve service, we will finally get to the birth of Jesus. In the meantime, this morning, we will look at the Angel’s message to Mary, the young virgin girl who, like her older cousin Elizabeth, is told she will have a miraculous birth.
After 400 years of silence since the end of the Old Testament, many people believe the birth of Jesus is the first time God shows up in the Bible.
We can never say we haven’t heard from God in years. Because God still speaks to each of us – not through a single prophet to the entire nation – but by his very Spirit to each one of us individually.
In the time of Malachi, much like today, many people’s love for God had grown cold. They were trying to serve him, without it actually costing them much at all. They wanted to live their lives on their terms AND receive God’s blessing.
How much money should you give to your church? The word,“tithe” means a tenth and is part of the law of Moses. But does that mean that today we are supposed to give 10% of what we make each year to the church? In this message we explore how the tithe and generosity apply to Christians today.