2017-12-31 – The Bible Describes Who God Is

The Bible Describes Who God Is When the apostle Paul came to Mar’s Hill in Athens he said, “as I was passing through and considering the objects of your worship, I even found an altar with this inscription: TO THE UNKNOWN GOD. Therefore, the One whom you worship without knowing, Him I proclaim to you” […]

2017-12-24 – Congregational Autonomy

Congregational Autonomy Each local congregation in the New Testament was autonomous. This term is derived from two Greek words: auto meaning “self” and nomos meaning “law.” Therefore, autonomous means “self-law, self-rule or self-governing. According to Random House Dictionary it means “independence…, the right of self-government…, a self governing community.” Each local congregation is independent and […]

2017-12-17 – 7 Reasons Why You Could NOT Have Done Jesus’ Job

7  Reasons Why You Could NOT  Have Done Jesus’ Job Although there are many men and women who lived lives worthy of emulating, the deeds of some would have been very difficult for us to have accomplished. The faith of Abraham is worthy of our imitating. Yet when you think about God requiring him to […]

2017-12-10 – Let the Revival Begin With Me

Let the Revival Begin With Me God complained to Israel: “I remember the devotion of your youth, how as a bride you loved me…” (Jeremiah 2:2). Like in a marriage over time love begins to fade. Some Christians act like they are in an arranged, loveless marriage to God. Many Christians are like the members […]

2017-12-03 – Expressing Gratitude and Confidence

Expressing Gratitude and Confidence A Christian by the name of Philemon has a slave run away to Rome. Paul was in Rome and converted the slave and sent him back to his Christian master, Philemon with a short letter. In this letter Paul encourages Philemon, his friend and brother in Christ, to receive the slave […]