"Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy."
"Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied."
"Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth."
"Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted."
Maybe our definition of ordinary is different from God's definition.
"Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven."
Jesus came to heal every affliction.
The story of Jesus calling his first disciples teaches us a few lessons about following Jesus.
Jesus' entrance into the world is a light shining into darkness, and he immediately calls us to repentance.
Immediately after his baptism, Christ goes into the wilderness to be tempted by Satan.
Just as Christ died like we should have died, he was baptized as we should have been so that we can live as he does.
Like Herod, we often approach Christ under the guise of worship while secretly treasuring other names above his.
Jesus Christ is the promised King who God calls us to submit our lives to.
When a Christian is baptized, he's not just baptized in water—he's baptized in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
Regardless of who you are—Christian or non-Christian—you need more of God's Holy Spirit.
Because of Christ's triumph over the grave, death has been defeated, sin is fully forgiven, and now we be living!
The love of friendship, the love of romance, and the love of family all fall short of the unconditional love of God.
The world and the finality of death don't have the final word. Only the word of Christ determines your destiny. The good news for you today is that God's word is greater than the deafness of death.
God is closer than you'll ever feel, kinder than you'll ever expect, and more faithful than you'll ever realize.
Remember in your suffering that God is better than your greatest prayers and bigger than your deepest pain.
Our entire lives have been entrusted to us by God, our master. Are we being faithful with his property or are we living as if our lives ultimately belong to us?
Pastor Daniel continues our series on Knowing God by exploring how to increase your quality of life.
Pastor Joe continues our series on Knowing God by talking about the only one in existence who is truly good: God himself.
Pastor Joe covers the unchanging nature of God as he continues our series on Knowing God.
Pastor Joe continues our series on Knowing God by unpacking his wisdom.
Pastor Daniel picks up the Knowing God series by talking about the tendency of God—the only true living God—to surprise us.
Pastor Joe continues our series on Knowing God by discussing perhaps the least favored attribute of God: his wrath.
Pastor Joe continues our series on Knowing God by unpacking God's holiness.
Pastor Joe launches a new series on Knowing God by talking about the Sovereignty of God in all of life.
Pastor Daniel speaks on the importance of prioritization in right worship.