2 Peter 1:12-15 – Our lives our fast paced. Hopefully, though, we aren’t “asleep at the wheel!” Peter’s concerned with drowsy and forgetful Christians. He gives us 3 “eye-opening” realities for the Christian. It’s a wake up call to us all.
1 Peter 5:6-7 – Pastor Andrew King opens up the sweetness to be found in humble reliance on God’s care. Anxiety doesn’t have to be the norm.
2 Peter 1:1-4 – Forgetting is costly and can even be dangerous. As 2 Peter opens, Peter reminds us of 3 gifts given by God to every Christian. We must remember what’s important!
Proverbs 8-9 – In Proverbs 8-9, God invites us to a party of sorts. It’s the “party” of a life of wisdom. The “party” of a close relationship with Jesus. The offer has been made, will we accept?
Proverbs 7 – As we saw last time, life’s full of pitfalls. But what if we want to fall in? Warnings are a must. Proverbs 7 gives us three: seek the protection of God’s Word, don’t destroy your life, see the carnage and be on your guard.
Proverbs 5-6 – Few think clearly in a moment of temptation. Few stop and think well. Instead we rationalise. We need wisdom! Proverbs 5-6 describe for us 4 common pitfalls: adultery, debt, laziness and troublemaking.
Hebrews 10:19-25 – Four encouragements for Christians since Jesus is our Great High Priest.
Proverbs 4 – What we need most is wisdom. To gain it involves pursuit. It’s costly, but if we get it, we have true life. Proverbs 4 describes three ways to get wisdom. What are you waiting for?
Matthew 16:13-20 – The Preaching of Gods word opens the kingdom to those who will hear it and closes it to those who won’t.
Proverbs 2-3 – If something sounds too good to be true… We all know how that statement ends (most of the time). Proverbs offers long life, honour, pleasant existence, peace and eternal life. Where does one find this sort of thing? Fear the Lord.
Proverbs 1 – Our technological advances are breath-taking. But are we any better at living? Are we any godlier? As Christians come to the book of Proverbs, trusting in Christ alone for salvation, they find in it a “road map for living.” Where does it begin? Listening well.
Ezekiel 36 – Our world is broken. It won’t always be. In Ezekiel 36, we learn of God’s grand restoration plan. It’s both sweet and re-focusing.