Paul went through a severe storm at sea, similar to a hurricane. God used that storm to show his power and to use Paul to reach hundreds of unsaved people with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Is God working in a similar manner in and through the storms America is currently facing?
Christians often say, “Jesus is all I need,” but do we really live like we believe that? Is Jesus enough to handle our problems in our marriage, finances, children, career, school, faith, and more?
While solar eclipses aren’t rare, the manner in which this one is occurring in America is similar to eclipses in 1776 and 1918 (during World War I).
When the heat is on and the battle rages, will we side with Satan in accusing God or will we side with our Redeemer?
In the Beatitudes we see a picture of the steps toward salvation. Where are you? One preacher has often said, you don’t have to go to heaven; you don’t have to go to hell; but you can’t stay here.
God hasn’t promised to calm every storm we face as Christians, but He has promised to never leave us nor forsake us. Our level of faith in God is revealed our reactions to life’s storms.
We can either be an encourager or a discourager. There are two kinds of discouragers: those who intentionally hurt another and those who simply sit back and do nothing to support the struggling.
On this July 4 weekend, we examine America’s Christian heritage. This heritage must never be forgotten because it is our national treasure!
We will never be able to overcome sin and temptation under our own will-power. There is a fierce battle raging over your soul. Will you fall into the devil’s trap or trust God to give you the victory you need?
For Father’s Day 2017, Pastor Brad Davis uses the word CHAIR as an acrostic to show the husband and father’s role in the home according to Scripture.