We are all sinners who fall short of the glory of God. What does this mean for believers in Christ?
Despite Job’s life crashing down on him, he is still described as a man who was blameless, upright, one who feared God and turned away from evil. How do you respond when your life isn’t what you expected and it comes crashing down on you? Do you want to be like Job?
Dr. Jason K. Lee, Dean of the School of Biblical and Theological Studies at Cedarville University joined us to celebrate Pastors Appreciation. He encouraged Pastor McGee to keep promoting sound doctrine and teaching to the congregation from the book of Titus ch. 2.
Jesus speaks, and as followers of Christ, we need to know the voice of our shepherd. How do we hear his voice? By following Him.
In John chapter 9, Jesus heals a blind man by spreading mud on his eyes and washing them. The man responds by telling people about the goodness of Christ. We too should respond the same way when Christ shows up in our life.