Revelation 7:9-17 Usually, we could say that the one who shepherds the flock is not one of the lambs or sheep in the flock. But the Lamb and the Shepherd that are mentioned in this lesson are unusual. The Lamb who becomes the Shepherd has been in our place when he lived here. He knows what it’s like to be us. He can sympathize with our situation. He knows what help we need. And, he has the power to do…
At times, within our own families and our own congregation, we take for granted all the things Christian moms do for their families. That’s why we need to encourage them and show them our appreciation for raising us as a child of God who follows him by faith now right into eternity.
God’s Word on Confirmation Day offers you: “SOME CERTAINTY IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD.” It tells you with absolute certainty that: 1) God chose you, cherished you and called you. So that you would want to: 2) Serve him with your every want, word and work. 2 Thessalonians 2:13-17
Easter Sunday – 2 Timothy 2:1-8
As Jesus rode into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, shouts of “Hosanna!” filled the air. Hoshianna … literally “save us now” is from the very same root as Yeshua. They shouted: “Hosanna!” Without even knowing it, the Palm Sunday people perfectly explained what Jesus came here to do: “Save us now!” as he rode into Jerusalem. Matthew 21:1-11
2 Corinthians 5:19-21
John 4:46-54 1. Faith Hears the Good News and Trusts 2. Faith Perseveres Even When It Seems Like God Isn’t Listening 3. Faith Takes Jesus at His Word 4. Faith Receives What is Promised 5. Faith is Strengthened and Shared with Each Promise Fulfilled