On the night before His crucifixion, Jesus chose to take the place of utter humility and washed the feet of His disciples. When everyone around Him was striving to be the greatest, Jesus knelt down and took the place of a servant. In this message, Jim Lewis takes a deeper look at what can be learned from this scene, and what it means for our lives.
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Life on earth is full of difficulty, trouble, pain and toil. And yet, Scripture is clear: those who have faith in God will have strength to overcome. Nate Danser takes a look at Hebrews chapter 12 to show us how to maintain a vibrant confidence in God despite the pain of living in a fallen world.
The world is always seeking new ways to resolve their problems. But as Christians, there is only one way to properly deal with the issues that our sin has caused. In this Sunday chapel message, Nate Danser looks at 2 Chronicles 7:14 to show us the way God has ordained that we should seek restoration from sin's destructive consequences.
Every temptation is accompanied by a lie: there will be no consequences for indulging in sin, but the Bible tells us otherwise. For one thing, sin hardens the heart, strips the person of innocence and deadens spiritual hunger. Yes, “fools mock at sin,” but the wise man sees behind its deceptive enticement.
The person in question once had a walk with God but then a spiritual sickness began to overtake him. The man begins drifting and straying away from the Lord. Eventually spiritual death begins to creep through his inner being. But God knows how to turn it around for him.