Our guests Justin Cardinal and Jessica Hurlbut from New Testament Church in Massena, NY share their experiences in building life based on the teaching of Jesus.
My house will be called a house of prayer,” – Matthew 21:13
“Let them rejoice in My house of prayer.” – Isaiah 56:7
Now we have vision, we can Spiritually see because God is our light! But we are spiritually colorblind.
In Matthew 7:24-29, Jesus communicates something that is a priority for those who follow.
“Love each other. Just as I have loved you, you should love each other. Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my followers.” John 13:34-35
“I loved you as the Father loved me. Now remain in my love. I have obeyed my Father’s commands, and I remain in his love. In the same way, if you obey my commands, you will remain in my love. I have told you these things so that you can have the same joy I have and so that your joy will be the fullest possible joy. This is my command: love each other as I have loved you. The greatest love a person can show is to die for his friends. You are my friends if you do what I command you.” – John 15:9-14 NCV
“abide in my love,” John 15:9
“I am the true vine, remain in me, and I will remain in you.” – John 15:1, 4 NCV
“Casting all your cares on him, because he cares about you.” – 1 Peter 5:7 CSB
We can all grow in our understanding of the perfect ruler that King Jesus is and respond by asking God to shape us to be more like Jesus and to shape our world in this way.
We can all grow in our understanding of the salvation King Jesus brings and respond by asking God to shape us to be more like Jesus and to shape our world in this way.
This Advent season, we are celebrating the arrival of Jesus Christ our King. We are learning more about and responding to five characteristics of King Jesus: Humble, Suffering, Victorious, Savior, Perfect. We will pray together, asking God to show more of each characteristic in our world today.
We can all grow in our understanding of the purposeful suffering of King Jesus and respond by asking God to shape us to be more like Jesus and to shape our world in this way.
Why is the birth of Jesus such a big deal? His life, death, and resurrection caused multiple written records of His birth and prompted a persistent movement of people.
God’s Kingdom goes beyond our expectations. God can bring about growth inside us that can cause big changes in our world. We can all participate in God’s expanding Kingdom by recognizing where God is at work in us, responding faithfully, and representing Jesus.
Our hearts go out to all who are suffering from violence.
Biblical Choir 1 Chronicles 15:16 & 28 Nehemiah 12: 27 1 Peter 2:5, 9 Every follower (disciple) of Jesus can be part of an earthly choir and heavenly choir. Revelation 5:11-12 Hebrews 12:22 Jesus will get involved. Hebrews 2:10-12 Every disciple is a priest...
What do we learn from the New Testament about how we should worship?