Motives matter. The Christian cause is more than posturing it is a life of serving and giving from the heart out of Love for our King.
Traits of the citizens of the Kingdom of God : Faithful, Truthful, Trusting God, Loving.
Raising the bar. This portion of the sermon on the mount digs into the heart of what the Mosaic law was trying to get to. We find that often the things we may think are “not such a big deal” often are.
Jesus did not abolish the law. He came to give us Kingdom.
From time to time we become aware that there are gaps between the world we live in and the way Jesus has taught us to live. In this new series, we will explore Jesus’ teachings from his sermon on the mount.
I can trust God – Psalm 20:7 God has called me to preach His word – 2 Timothy 4:1-2 The Lord is near to the brokenhearted – Psalm 34:18 Don’t be afraid – Joshua 1:9 I love my church – 1 Thessalonians 2:19-20
Throughout this series we have looked at 3 core habits of the Christian: reading Scripture, attending church, and today’s topic, prayer. Prayer is not complicated; a young child can pray. But it can be difficult! No one feels like they are an expert at prayer. Everyone feels like they need to improve. Lets explore how to grow in our prayer lives.
The author of Hebrews gives us four things to do as Christians. Let us draw near to God, hold fast, stir up love and meet together encouraging each other.
The spiritual discipline of reading Scripture, or doing devotions, is a major influence on how we grow. 2 Timothy tells us that Scripture is profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, and training in righteousness.
As Christians, we want to emulate Jesus, but why is it that so often we don’t act the way he would? The solution to this problem is in our identity and our training. Peter tells us that we have been given a new identity by the righteousness of Jesus Christ. Because of our new identity, we are encouraged to practice new habits.