What exactly are you thankful for? Maybe God has taken something away from you this year. Can you still be thankful for that? YES! The Apostle Paul shows us the secret to being content in the letter to the Philippians.
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.
Christ the King is the one who is in charge of everything. This can be difficult to see at times because his kingdom is not of this world. Even though this is true, it doesn’t mean that he has no control. Jesus controls all things for the good of his church. One day he will end this world and, finally, every knee will bow before the King of Kings.