Keeping in mind what is coming can cause us to focus even more on worldly matters, but it shouldn’t. It should help us care more about the world knowing Jesus.
As we look toward the future, there is an urgency mission even as we find ourselves waiting for God’s fulfillment of prophecy. But it requires us to keep our focus.
Our world moves us to ever increasing indifference, but as we pick up in 2 Peter 3, the Apostle calls us to be ready for Jesus’s return.
Pastor Tim takes us to the book of Hosea, where we are reminded of how it is never too late to experience God’s forgiveness.
Jim takes us through the book of Amos and the challenge of thinking how our faith is demonstrated by how we act.
Pastor Tim considers how the short book of Obadiah tells us a lot about how God is working in the less than ideal circumstances of the world.
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?
The woes in Habakkuk 2 are strong, but the grace given to us by Jesus is stronger.