The truth is that man does not have an immortal soul, but God will offer salvation to everyone. Feast of Tabernacles and Last Great Day tell us that.
Paul often drew on athletic competitions as metaphors for our spiritual race. During the Olympics we are reminded of some of the great lessons of life as we run our race.
Though God is eternal, He has chosen to work out His plan for bringing many sons to glory in the dimension of time. The eternal God has given temporal men the precious gift of time. How are we using the gift of time God has given to us? What does Scripture tell us about time that the time management experts don't understand?
The Minor Prophet, Habakkuk, went through a historical "great tribulation," the Babylonian captivity, and caught a glimpse of the Kingdom. That glimpse sustained him in the midst of very hard times. Habakkuk's experience can inspire us to hold on to the hope of the Kingdom in the hardest of times. Given 9/17/2016.
We sometimes describe Christians as being 'steadfast.' What does that mean? How is steadfastness manifested? This sermon addresses these questions, and provides a description of a steadfast Christian. Given 8/27/2016
The world in which we live is becoming increasingly polarized. There is animosity if not hatred on the international scene but also inside many nations. The Church is called to accomplish a ministry of reconciliation. What should we know about this, and how can we accomplish our mission? Given 6/18/2016.
This world is in trouble. Violence, corruption and evil exist wherever you look. These three words - corrupt, evil and violent - are used to describe the world of Noah's day. And they are apt descriptors of our day. What is the solution? The promised return of Jesus Christ. What will that world look like and how will it be different from today's world. Given 7/2/2016.
The country that has been the leader of the free world is in trouble. What does the Scripure say about the condition and future of the United States? Given 5/14/2016
Prism is defined as a medium that distorts, slants, or colors whatever is viewed through it. We must ask ourselves through which prism are we looking at this world - God's prism or our own? It is important that we view and analyze things from God's perspective. Given 5/14/2016