Jesus’ resurrection has massive implications for humanity. We have hope for today, tomorrow, and forever through his resurrection. All who have died in Christ will rise in Christ at his return.
Wouldn’t we all love a second chance? Jesus’ resurrection means that we have that second chance, third, or fourth. We are studying 1 Corinthians 15 and learning that the resurrection gospel is good news for anyone, any time, for any failure. That’s grace. And THAT is good news.
God doesn’t just want something good for us, He wants what is best for us.
Jim helps us to consider what we think we have to do versus what God actually calls us to do.
We can get fixated on what we do and miss God’s grace, but there is joy as we focus on the wonder of what Jesus has done for us.
Join us tonight for a new series in Philippians 3. How do we have joy even when things are difficult? Paul helps us to see what it means to live in the Kingdom of Heaven.
As we find ourselves constantly confronted with challenges large and small, how do we rejoice? Habakkuk concludes this book with where our focus should be.
When uncertainty strikes us, we turn to all sorts of things looking for the power to rescue us. In God, we find the only one who truly can.
God’s control of history is precisely what we need to reflect on when we live in uncertain times.
The woes in Habakkuk 2 are strong, but the grace given to us by Jesus is stronger.