God uses visual aids to teach. We we this throughout the scriptures. But now that the Word of God is complete, how does God teach visually today in real time so that the world can SEE?
God is the greatest of teachers. He consistently uses visual imagery to etch into our minds lessons and reminders of truths we need for eternal thriving. Believers Baptism is one of those visuals that teach us the gospel... and it is a lesson we not only learn, but one that we participate in teaching as we identify with the risen Christ!
Everybody is a scientist. Everybody is a scientist because everybody has questions, and everybody has a God-given mind to pursue the answers. This is a message about discovery, about SEEKING GOD. Seeking God is the reason we are alive on this planet, it is the highest calling of the human soul, and when you find Him in Christ, you find life itself!
Why does God bless some people and nations with greater worldly provision than others? The answer comes straight from the character and nature of God.
The antidote to the soul-poison of materialism is giving. The Bible has much to say about giving because giving flows from the heart of God who is a giver. Being made in His image, we thrive when we give, and we suffer when we hoard. So, how do we give? You'll be surprised and compelled to hear the answers!
The second message in the "10,000 %" series uncovers two keys to real eternal reality and prosperity. Visit two graves that illustrate these keys, and truly come to understand the character and nature of God who desires to give and to bless.
There is no country like America. But as we see her freedoms shaken and her foundation crumble, what can God's people do? The book of Esther gives us some parallel experiences with the Old Covenant people of God from which we can glean some principles concerning God's character and nature to sustain us during these alarming days.
Have you ever uttered the phrase "I had my heart set on ____________." What our hearts are set upon is primary in our minds and emotions. Jesus gives us investment advice to keep us from setting our hearts on things that turn out to be very bad investments.
This message was directed to young people who just finished a school year and headed into summer. But what kind of summer? When we, young and old alike, invest our time to seek the Lord, our hearts change. That is what happened to King Josiah in 2 Chronicles 34. Life flows out of our hearts. So when our hearts change, all of life becomes something purposeful instead of wasted; something defined instead of malleable; something strong instead of weak. God, change our hearts to seek you!