Jesus\’ teaching on speech in the Sermon on the Mount tells us at least one absolutely pivotal truth: God really cares about how his people speak.
If you want to follow Jesus, everything has to change. And that change starts with the attitudes and mentalities that Jesus calls us to adopt.
Gary Fisher helps us consider how to do our parts in a local church fellowship. This Bible discussion was held as part of our GETTING RIGHT AGAIN weekend series December 1-4
God\’s will for marriage and divorce is clear, but we sinful humans have a tendency to complicate straightforward truth. We need to take time and effort to have a clear understanding of what God has said about various questions about divorce and remarriage.
God expects his people to be givers, sacrificial givers, givers of themselves to him, givers to others in need.
In the Song of Songs God gives wisdom for how to become one flesh in marriage, to be what God intended from the beginning.
God honored the heart behind David\’s plan to build him a house, but it wasn\’t for David to do. God had other plans in mind for the house that needed to be built.
It can be tough out here on the dating scene. God doesn\’t *exactly* give us a manual for dating, but the first chapters of Song of Songs provides us with wisdom to guide our mindset and approach to the pursuit of marriage.
David learned some hard lessons when he brought the Ark to Jerusalem. That doesn\’t surprise us though; the presence of God is nothing to be toyed with and must be sought in the way he has prescribed in his word.