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Sunday, April 05, 2009
Thoughout his ministry, Jesus was always firmly in control, even in the face of trying circumstances and opposition. However, in the Garden of Gethsemane, we encourter a Jesus who is fearful and greatly distressed. Why? Jesus was set to endure the agony of the cross,suffering which was truly unprecedented. We will explore the nature of Jesus' suffering and why he endured it.
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Fasting is one of the least understood and least practiced aspects of the Christian life. This is unfortunate because it also is one of the most powerful Christian disciplines. We explore the two primary purposes of fasting: 1)cleansing and spiritual renewal and 2) powerful prayer. We slso look at some of the common questions and offer practical tips.
Sunday, March 22, 2009
Is life worth living? Many of us have asked ourselves this at one time or another. King Solomon investigated the question in the book of Ecclesiates. He looked at all a man's life consisted of while living under the sun. He concluded that life is empty and futile if it is lived without God. However, when God is given His proper place,abundant life and the ability to enjoy it are His gifts to man. Life is worth living and it is to be enjoyed.But always remember that at the end of life we must all stand before Him.
Sunday, March 15, 2009
No one ever said marriage is easy. There are many pitfalls to having a strong, healthy marriage. However, in light of the great blessing of marriage, we should seek to avoid these pitfalls. This message focuses on three pitfalls- selfishness, infidelity, and communication-and biblical insights about avoiding them.
Sunday, March 08, 2009
There is much debate both inside and outside the church about the role of a godly wife. But what does the Bible actually say? Scripture is clear that the wife should submit to the leadership of the husband also. Just as the husband is to love his wife, so too the wife is to respect her husband.
Sunday, March 01, 2009
As a reflection of the Trinity, husbands and wives are equal in essence yet distinct in roles and authority. God has given authority to the husband to lead his wife. With this authority,however, some great responsibility. Husbands are given an extremely high standard by which to treat their wives: to love their wives as Christ loved the church. This means their love should be both sacrificial and beneficial.
Saturday, February 28, 2009
Saturday, February 28, 2009
Sunday, February 22, 2009
According to the Bible, the relation between the husband and wife is one of equal essence yet distinct roles. Before discussing these specific roles, it is essential to know the foundation for all relations: the Trinity. Scripture reveals that though all the persons in the Godhead are equal, they also maintain distinct roles and authority. For example, not only was the son submissive to the Father during the incarnation, this pattern existed before and after the incarnation. Also, God created a world full of relations where the pattern of equal essence yet distinct roles abound.
Sunday, February 15, 2009
What does God intend for marriage? What are the purposes of marriage? Scripture identifies three: companionship, procreation, and sanctification. In order to experience marriges that are richly fulfilling, we need to understand God's plan.
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