The Apostle Paul declared there was a heavenward call that Christ was beckoning us to and a set prescription as to how to obtain it.
We will look further at the morning’s message and see how other valleys can actually propel us to greater heights and strengths.
The book of Jeremiah declares that we have a Divine destiny. Sometimes, through, life happens, and we end up in a valley that can sidetrack or destroy that plan.
As we celebrate the Lord’s Table today, we listen to the words of the prophet Isaiah who would peer into the distant future and declare to us “The Greatest Story Ever Heard.”
The Apostle Paul says that we’re to “Measure Up” to the standard of looking just like Jesus. Wow! That’s quite a challenge.
Jesus has been resurrected. He’s paid for our sins, conquered death, ascended to heaven and poured out the Holy Spirit. What are the repercussions of this on our lives?
What are the implications of Jesus’ bodily resurrection? What does it Practically mean for us? Nothing short of revolutionary.
The stirring procession of Jesus entering Jerusalem, even under oppressive Roman brutality, and his triumphant defeat of death and hell, proved He was the Messiah, King, and Priest, the Victorious Champion..
Please join us for a special service with Pastor Stanislav Hart of the Czech Republic.
The Scriptures declare that the last days would be very difficult, causing even the Believers to stumble or be led astray. Those same Scriptures also give us the prescription to keep our focus and FINISH STRONG.