2 Timothy 3;14-17 The Reformers consistently proclaimed that as the Word of God, Scripture alone is our highest authority and the standard by which we must interpret all knowledge and truth. Scripture does not claim to contain everything we want to know, but it contains everything we need to know for life. Who am I? […]
Jonah 4:5-11 You have to understand that between the already of your conversion and the not yet of your home going – life is war. Understanding that war will tell you a lot about yourself and tell you a lot about what God is doing in your life.
Jonah 4:1-4 The struggle Jonah is having is not that he is disappointed in God. That is simply an effect of something much deeper. Jonah is disappointed because Jonah does not want what God wants.
Jonah 3:6-10 Sometimes God’s love doesn’t look like love to us. We’re going to use this passage in Jonah to look at what God’s love actually looks like. You’re always being loved by him. Sometimes it doesn’t seem like it.
Jonah 3:1-5 I don’t know if you’ve thought about this or not but the biblical story is all about fresh starts and new beginnings. that’s we’re going to look at together. and I want to tell you this if you’re not encouraged at the end of this you are just not listening well.