People who know Christ as Savior ought to walk as He walked. That means obeying His commands, while maintaining a close relationship with Him every day.
Our passage of the day in Romans 6 reminds us why and how we are able to have victory over sin through Christ. It says we can obey daily from the heart.
The works of the flesh and the works of the Spirit are opposites. They are contrary. But what do these works look like? Today we find out from Galatians 5.
Believers in Christ should be followers of God - pleasing Him - as dear children. We should avoid those things that dishonor Him, according to Ephesians 5.
Jesus tells us about two kinds of people in Matthew 7:24-29. They have different foundations, and their foundations determine the outcome of their lives.
Chris and Julitha Wolseley talk a lot about discipleship in their conversation with Pastor Walton this week. Learn more about their journey of faith now.
Believers should know that we have all the tools we need to be victorious over sin. But it's also important to be reminded that we have an advocate in Christ.
Joshua is about to lead Israel into one of the most important periods of their history in Joshua 1:1-10. What can we learn from his command to have courage?
Serious disciples, committed Christians, victorious believers, don't just give the Bible a quick glance. We examine it in the way James 1:22-25 describes.
The first man and woman are at the center of our study today. In this scripture, they disobey a command directly given to them by God - they sin.
In this passage, Jesus explains what His departure will mean for His disciples, emphasizing obedience and the role of the Holy Spirit.
Those who place their faith in Christ have only one option, only one logical next step, and that is to walk in Him - as His disciple.