As we begin a journey over the next nine weeks into what the Bible tells us about where we are going, we start by understanding the start.
As we conclude this Psalm, we turn to the question of what are we going to do? Are we making the right choices with our service?
As we turn to the next part of Psalm 2, how do we understand the language of the Messiah being “begotten”? What does that tell us about the confidence we can have in Him?
Though it may appear that God isn’t in control in the given moment, Scripture tells us to have confidence in His steadfast love and power.
We turn to our own plans and end up missing out on both God’s plans for us and understanding Him. Psalm 2 helps us to think about who is really in control and how we can find peace in His control.
When it comes down to it, where do the problems often begin? How can we guard against false teaching? It all comes down to Jesus.
How do we avoid strangling the Word of God in our lives with our own desires and the ideas of the world? That’s the subject of tonight’s Steadfast.
Often times the leaders that seem to draw us in are actually just being self-interested. How do we tell real servant leadership from the show of it?
Legalism seems to be daunting but we keep following legalistic leaders. Why do we do that and what does God call us to instead?
We follow all sorts of unhelpful things, often convincing ourselves that those things are “following God.” What does being an “unhealthy follower” look like and how do we avoid being one?