God weaves together home and kingdom in His redemptive purposes!
In the Days of Herod (Luke 1:5-12)
Jesus always comes at the right time even if we do not recognize it!
Confidence (Luke 1:1-4)
we need the simple Gospel as the foundation of all our thinking and acting!
Our Incomparable God! (Micah 7:18-20)
Have you seen the way the minor prophets extol the character of God? Micah is particularly wonderful in his last few verses…
O My People, Listen! (Psalm 81:1-16)
if we do not feed on Christ we cannot hear God!
Good Soldier (2 Timothy 2:1-13)
being a Christian is about full engagement in life through the grace that is in Jesus Christ!
Manipulation or humility? (Micah 6:1-8)
Trying to manipulate God with externals to do our will, versus humble relying on God through faith to walk in HIS will is the crucial need for the church to discern.
The Resurrection Church (Micah 5:7-15)
We easily forget we have resurrection power already and try to fortify ourselves by earthly means which God abhors!
Dying Abijah (1 Kings 14:1-20)
God will burn the city of man! But before destruction reaches its fullness in this city, an Abjiah, one whose Father is Jehovah, will come, pleasing to the LORD, but stricken and smitten with the sickness of sin, and He will die, and all will morn for Him in the city of God. This Son’s death will be salvation – but in the house of Jeroboam no remedy will be found.
Thinking about our Enemies (Micah 4:9-5:1)
Micah gives us 3 ways to think about our enemies in connection to the glory of God…