We have been given a voice by God, but how do we use it in His ministry? We find examples in the early church on this edition.
In Galatians 1, Paul rebukes believers who have turned to another gospel, a gospel that departs from the true gospel they had received.
Jesus brought healing to a lame man in John 5, asking him to rise up and walk. He does greater works as well, bringing the dead in sin to life.
“Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.” Ecclesiastes 12:13
As we run the Christian race there are many hindrances that can weigh us down or take us off course, this edition focused on eliminating them.
Lay up treasures in heaven, not treasures on earth. This is the theme we tackle on the treasure episode of Take Note, live.
In this episode, we ask you to take note of a word used in both the old and new testaments: remember, because we have a tendency to forget.
In the midst of Psalm 2, which reveals God’s anger with His enemies, we also see His wonderful mercy and everlasting grace.
On this edition we spend time in Colossians 3, which commands that we seek things above and set our affections on things above.
Pharaoh pursued Israel in Exodus 14 and God chose to fight on their behalf and gave them an escape on through the Red Sea on dry land.
How is Job able to step back and get perspective in a desperate situation? How is he able to worship God faithfully “in all this?”
We are His workmanship, Ephesians 2 assures us, and we focus on this passage with a special focus on salvation from the beginning of the text.