We focused on peace and contentment in this edition of Take Note, concentrating primarily in this highlight on Philippians 4.
Two responses to Jesus Christ are recorded in Luke 23. They were responses from men in an identical position in life: condemned.
Being conformed to the image of Christ means correction. We must correct worldly thoughts, attitudes, and actions day by day.
There are many things we can learn from the story and actions of Zacchaeus in Luke 19, which is our focus on this Take Note.
Genesis is a book that outlines both a great judgement and a great salvation. We focus on judgement and salvation in this edition.
The story of an Ethiopian man and his encounter with the Deacon Philip was one of our salvation stories on this edition.
John 3 contains some of the most well known words in scripture. We focused on details in the chapter during this Take Note.
Doing “what comes naturally” usually means walking according to the flesh. How do we avoid that and begin walking according to the Spirit?
In the third portion of our series on worldliness this week, we look into what the word of God has to say about worldly conformity.
What does it mean to be a friend of the world and why is it so roundly condemned in scripture? That is our focus on this Take Note.
We need to understand the characteristics of the world so we can avoid worldly influence. That was our topic on this edition of Take Note.
On this edition, we focused on knowing God. Paul desired to know Him “in the power of His resurrection and the fellowship of His sufferings.”