The inspiration of the Holy Spirit has hidden many great gems in the words used by Jesus and the various writers of the New Testament. One of these gems is the Greek word lyo, which is translated loose, unbind and destroy. Let me unravel this gem for you so that you can see how Jesus unravelled you.
May’s Saturday Bible Study
All of us need and desire to see the fruit of the kingdom in our lives: righteousness, peace, and joy. We are offered the ability to see by entering into the kingdom through the sacrifice of Jesus. Matt shares a simple gospel message based on John chapter 3.
As the Holy Spirit moves in our lives, he works to build the Kingdom of God in and through us producing righteousness, peace and joy. These three are the simple signs of the expansion of the Kingdom and the freedom that come from the work of the cross.
Without the resurrection power of Jesus flowing in our churches today, our gospel is only as good as the gospel of chocolate. Most love it, have holidays filled with it, find comfort in it, and pay money to look like it. But Chocolate doesn’t have the power to change our lives. The resurrection power of Jesus, does!
Here is the audio recording of Dr. Joyce’s Bible study on April 20, 2019.
We celebrated Palm Sunday by recognizing the tenacity of Jesus in the face of this cultural opposition to his message and definition of love. Jesus stood strong and loved, not just in words, but by very practically laying down his life even though we were clueless to it. How much more will the love and tenacity of Jesus press into our lives as believers to bring his victory and sanctification when we recognize and welcome it. Pastor Matt shares this message to challenge us to stand in Jesus for his tenacious truth for our lives.
Matt expounds on Ephesians chapter two concerning our salvation and the work of Christ on the cross. This word will not only encourage you, it will inspire you to get out of the swirl and live in the life Christ has destined you for.
Pastor Ryan Rosser provides insight into the hows and whys of listening. Learn to listen to God first, others second, and improve your impact when you share your story.
There are many misconceptions of leadership that are popular in our culture. Allison shares her insights into these misconceptions and how to break free of them to begin to be the leader we are all called to be.