Showing posts from March, 2018

The MATH of a Disciple

So, what is our job as Christains? Make disciples (Matt 28:19-20). How do I do my job? Apply the two great commandments (Matt 22:37-40). Math is applied. In Ephesians 3:18 we see God is dementional ( height, depth, and width). We are not to just tell others to Jesus Christs love. We are to help them get to know Him. Another math is applied God = Father+Son+ Holy Spirit. One more: I - myself = Nothing. Jeremiah 10:23, "I know, O Lord , that a man's way is not in himself, Nor is it in a man who walks to direct his steps."

Be an EXPLORER of God

Curiosity is a natural instict of man. To desire knowledge must include the desire to apply that knowledge to life.  Integrity is the discipline to practice without self interpretation. A life undisciplined interferes with the attempt to display truth. The desire to understand should never be quenched.  Curiosity is not what "killed the cat". It  was the subject matter of which the  cat was curious that lead to it's demise. The will to identify the unknown has with it an element of fear, the natural human emotion built into us that acts as a "security" agent protecting you and me from an arguably vulnerable position, our sense of control. Ephesians 3:18-19 describes that God is dementional. He desires us to know the height, width, and depth of His love. Be bold! Explore the deepth, width, and height of God. Swim into the depth of His word. Climb the height of His ordinances, view the width of His glory. The knowledge and understanding you obtain throug

The Key to Contentment - Part 2

The Key to Contentment - Part 2 : Would you say that most of your days are filled with contentment or anxiety? In this message, Dr. Stanley teaches that anxiety is not something God gives but something we bring upon ourselves. Learn how you can overcome obstacles to peace.