We think about the worlds problems as being static. We must not let the static of this world push us away from God. What do I know that's true in a world based on falsehood? Listen as Mr. Randy Stiver speaks on the topic "What Do I Know?".
Pastor Terry Swagerty discusses the importance of Godly perspective in intercessory prayer and examines related symbols and rituals concerning the priests of God.
The theme of the UCG 2013 Feast of Tabernacles is Let this mind be in you which is in Christ Jesus. What is Christ's mind? This sermon discusses how Gods' plan, shown through the Holy Days reveals what Christ's mind is - and how we should emulate His mind and attitude.
Sermon August 27, 2013
Why Study God's Laws, Statutes and Judgments?
Get out a piece of paper and number 1-10. We are about to have a pop quiz!
How much understanding do you have concerning God's laws, statutes and judgments? As future Kings and Priests under Jesus Christ, He will expect us to make sound judgments based on His word.
What should we do to begin to prepare for that time?
The fall Holy Days are rushing toward us, providing an opportune time to review God's plan and His promises to us.
Sin is progressive, getting worse as time goes on. However, there is a positive side to progression. Have we progressed from the time of our baptism? We have to be patient that there will be progress to be achieved in us. Progress requires patience.
A Good Tree Cannot Bear Bad Fruit Jesus Christ declared to his disciples.
I was reminded of that lesson tonight when I examined the apples and pears on the trees in our backyard. The fruit looks good so according to Jesus the tree must be good and that is no accident.
David compared the good tree to a "blessed man" in Psalms chapter one: "He shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water that brings forth its fruit in its season whose leaf also shall not whither; And whatever he does shall prosper" (1:3).
Why is this so? What makes him grow? We find the answer in the previous verse: "His delight is in the law of the Lord, And in His law he meditates day and night" (1:2).
God did not call us to share His Kingdom but to rule it with Him.
What we can do to prepare for this great event.