Many Christians has given into the false notion that their witness to one individual doesn’t count for much. But that certainly isn’t supported by what we read in the Gospels. Even though Jesus’ public ministry was limited to a little more than 3 years, He was never “too big” to deal with one person at a time.
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You know we live in a time when pride, self reliance, personal egos and even “ain’t nobody’s business but mind” attitudes enter our lives. We feel that we can do it all by ourselves. There are so many times we make errors, and wind up taking three steps backward because we don’t want to ask for help or advice.
When a person stomps out of a church service complaining about the quality of the music, the length of the announcements, or a poorly delivered sermon, he himself may be the problem.
Talk about great opening lines! You cannot do better than the Bible does. In just 10 words, Genesis 1:1 answers the age-old question of the origin of the universe. But what is even more important, that opening verse introduces us to the majestic One who is behind it all.
What is your greatest fear? Fear can be an asset to Christian living if it helps us to establish the right priorities.
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When was the last time you heard anything good about the prophet Jonah? He disobeyed God when He told him to go to the wicked city of Nineveh to preach His message of judgment. The Lord called him to go northeast, but Jonah boarded a ship heading west. God had to send a storm and a fish to help him change his mind - and his direction!
What’s the most important – and most difficult – change a Christian can make in life?