We often think that we have to do more and be more to be in the family of Christ; However, true freedom in Christ is found when we can rest in the fact that all we need is Jesus and the cross.
How do we make sense of Paul’s call to “not be anxious”? When anxiety fills us, it can be hard to simply be told “don’t be anxious.” Is there something more going on here?
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.
Do we understand just how much forgiveness we need? Do we understand truly the only place we can find it?
Do we just want to replace the most obviously broken parts of our life or are we willing to have God completely renew us?
As we look to those around us, do we see them as in need of the same grace God gives us?
Lots of things get predicted… but do they happen? As we consider the New Covenant, we see that God foretold something that applies to us.
Conventional wisdom leads to conventional failure, but Jesus calls us to set our sights heavenward and experience God’s salvation.
Do we understand how secure our salvation is because of Jesus?