Is confession really good for the soul? You’ve probably heard that thought a few different times in your life. This Sunday we looked into the minds of the first two sinners and saw how gracious our God is – right from the start!
The Reformation of the Christian church brought many welcome changes. The greatest of these was a spotlight on the gospel of Jesus. There were also many societal benefits. One of those was a highlight of God’s design in marriage. Join us this morning as we go back to the beginning to see God’s plan for the perfect marriage
Imagine your brothers sold you as a slave. Not to worry, you landed on your feet and had a great job in charge of a noble man’s house. Things got ugly though – to protect your reputation and to honor your God you lost your job and ended up in prison. Does this sound like a good life to you? You may know the story of Joseph already, but we’re answer the question: Is faithfulness worth the trouble it brings?
When you are attacked verbally or physically what is your first reaction? God has not set us up to be physical or emotional punching bags, but how can we “turn the other cheek” and keep the peace? We’ll look at a Christians response to persecution this Sunday.
The death of Adam didn’t happen for almost a thousand years. Does that seem odd? Imagine if a criminal was condemned to die, but was then placed on death row for almost a thousand years. Do you think Adam ever wondered if God would ever keep his promise? Am I really going to die?