The Lord Jesus Christ, our Shepherd Lord, manifested the ideal spirit. A spirit that we can all learn from regardless of who we are, shepherd or sheep we can all benefit from emulating the spirit of our DIVINE SHEPHERD, JESUS CHRIST.
Contrary to the teaching of modern social engingeers, it is apparent from the Bible that God has placed within woman a desire for children. We see from 1 Samuel 1 the great affliction of soul that Hannah dealt with due to her inablility to bare a...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Every person born into this old world has a nature that is characterized by sin. It is the very nature of the unsaved person to sin. We (before we were saved) were sinners by our natural state. But, praise God, that is not the end of the story,...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
What if Jesus did not rise from the dead? What are the implications who preach Him as Savior and Lord? The Apostle Paul answers those questions in 1 Corinthians 15 and concludes that Jesus Chist did in ded rise from the dead.
At the Lord’s table we take an piece of unleavened bread and a bit of grape juice as memorials of what Jesus did for us with His body and blood. This evening I would like us to simply look at what the Bible says about the body and the blood...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
To some, maybe the ladies, that sounds like an oxymoron. The husband who loves right is prepared to lead right. The husband has been intrusted with the leadership of the home. With that leadership comes responsibility.
A husband's love for his wife is exemplified by the Lord Jesus Christ and His love for His bride, the church. We go on to explore that the love of Christ for his bride is pure, compassionate, and unbreakable. Christ is also the example to the...[ abbreviated | read entire ]