What does it look like to actually restore relationships and live out the restoration God does in our lives?
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.
Pastor Tim takes us to the book of Micah to think about how God always surrounds us with His grace — even in His judgment.
Pastor Tim takes us through Ps. 138-140, which guide us to think about how God knows us and is faithful and merciful to us wherever we may be in life.
A brand new Steadfast series: Bad Attitudes looks at some of the “bad guys” of Scripture and how their misunderstandings of what God was doing and giving them can help us to better see God’s plans for our own lives.
As we conclude our exploration of Solomon’s prayer of dedication for the temple, we’ve returned multiple times to our failures and need for forgiveness. Solomon also speaks of justice. How do we balance justice and mercy?
Failure and forgiveness. It’s in the center of Solomon’s temple prayer and it is in the center of our actions and God’s response to them.
As the Temple built to worship God was dedicated, King Solomon stopped and prayed to the Lord. In the king’s prayer, we are pointed to truths about God is, what He does for us and how we can come before Him today.