What will heaven be like? Often we struggle to grasp the picture God lays out for us of our eternal home by his side. All we know is a sinful, fallen world. While I love the carpet of fallen leaves, in heaven we won’t see death ever again. This Sunday we’ll work through some of the details of our heavenly home.
A fiery furnace can be a persuasive factor in someone’s decisions making. In our text from Daniel 3 for the Festival of the Reformation, Rach, Shack, and Benny were faced with the choice to get burned alive or worship a false idol.
“Lord, keep us steadfast in your word!” The Reformation of the Christian church has been rated in the top five events in the history of the world because of the impact it has had on society. The spiritual reformation was even more profound. Christians could once more hear the truth that Jesus’ forgiveness was free for all.
Christ the King
Our God is the Ruler of the Universe. In these Last Days it sure doesn’t look that way. Times are rough for Jesus’ Christians and his church. None of this means that our God is any less powerful than he ever was. We cry as the church has for thousands of years, “Come quickly, Lord!” We worship Christ the King.
The Last Day
The world will end one day. Sound a little ominous on the heels of Halloween? It’s not. God spends plenty of time on the Last Day in the Bible. Should we fear the coming of the end or look forward to the day like the birthday of our youth? Watch to find out!