How do we silence that inner voice that says whatever I am doing it’s not enough? To tackle that question, we’ll look at a series of contrasts between how the world measures greatness and how God measures greatness from the story of Elisha, Naaman and Gehazi in 2 Kings 5.
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If every day is part of God’s plan for you, how do you live it out? That’s the question we explore in this series. Rather than how to find your calling, this series examines how to live your calling well by looking at how the prophet Elisha lived his calling. Handout When God calls: 5 […]
Hebrews says each of us is running a race designed for us by God. We are not on random paths subject to the winds of change and the pitfalls of our own mistakes. Our race course is personally set by God to result in both His glory and our good. Therefore, since we are surrounded […]
The more I study the Lord’s Prayer, the more I conclude the prayer asks for one and only one thing: that God would make us completely righteous once and for all.
Peter concludes his letter by returning to his great main themes: salvation, suffering and submission. In his “final imperatives”, Peter encourages his readers to stand firm in the faith and focus on their future hope. Part of the series 1 Peter: Living as aliens and strangers For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com Many thanks to Reggie Coates […]
With 4:7, Peter begins the conclusion of the letter. In his summary he returns to two of his major themes: how to respond when suffering for the name of Christ and how to treat fellow believers. In each case you need the right perspective. Part of the series 1 Peter: Living as aliens and strangers […]