“…devote yourself to the public reading of Scripture, to preaching and to teaching…” (1 Tim. 4:13)
Psalm 17–David is able to pray boldly because #1 he is confident that he is living the Lord’s way; #2 he knows that is request is appropriate; and #3 he knows that God is faithful. Are you able to pray boldly?
Luke 18–“When the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on the earth?” This collection of parables and encounters all have one thing in common–They are all about faith. There are examples of faith in action, but also descriptions of things that might block or hinder our faith.
Psalm 16–Good things come from our Lord. This psalm reflects on some of those good things: saints to fellowship with, significance in life, divine counsel, and of course, eternal life. Let’s be thankful!
Psalm 15–“Lord, who may dwell in your sanctuary? Who may live on your holy hill?” This psalm offers us the opportunity to exam ourselves to see if we meet the criteria to walk with God.
Psalm 14–In this psalm, David tells us what happens when fools make the false assumption that there is no God.
Psalm 13–This psalm offers excellent advice of what to do when God just seems so far away. First, tell Him how you feel. Next, ask Him to help you see and give you the wisdom to know what to do. And then, trust Him because He has shown you His unfailing love in the past.
Psalm 12–Lies. Flattering. Boasting. Maligning. Aren’t you glad the words of the Lord are flawless and pure?
Psalm 11–David has enemies threatening from every side, yet he is full of confidence that the Lord is and always will be a refuge in troubled times. Do you have such confidence?
Matthew 9:35-10:4–Jesus went out among the people teaching, preaching and serving. He calls His 12 disciples to do the same, gives them authority, and urges them to keep praying for more laborers to share in the work of the harvest. Pastor Chris shares about his personal upcoming opportunity with Next Chapter of La Crosse, a…
Luke 24:36-49; Acts 10:24-48–This message examines the transformation of Peter after the resurrection of his Lord. He begins to see things differently and as a result, Gentiles are welcomed into the kingdom of God.