Reading for today: Ps. 80, 77, 79 Gen. 44:18-34 1 Cor. 7:25-31 Mark 5:21-42 Jesus had his “reputation” put on the line several times, and people didn’t seem to care.
You, however, are not in the flesh but in the Spirit, if indeed the Spirit of God lives in you. Now if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, this person does not belong to him. (Rom. 8:9, NET Bible)
I have returned to a devotional book reflecting on the writings of early church fathers and monks. Spiritual giants. It is a slow walk because every paragraph, at times, causes me to stop and catch my spiritual breath.
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May 4 being the National Day of Prayer, President Trump signed an Executive Order loosening control of what has been called the “Johnson Amendment.” Under the Johnson Amendment, it was to disallow direct political endorsements from the pulpit of particular candidates. If violated, the IRS could look into pulling the tax exemption status from aContinue reading “Politics and the Pulpit”
A prayer declaration of LIFE.
We look for assurance. We look for certainty. What happens when we don’t always get it?
Coming through Hebrews 11 and as we turn into the main point of Hebrews 12, I can hear the author of Hebrews fairly shouting: “Quit being so lazy in your faith!”
Choose carefully the voices you have in your life. Choose carefully the voice YOU are in the lives of others.
“2016.09.04 – Walking on Water featuring Kevin Senapatiratne” A sermon from Heights Church. More information at HeightsChurchMN.org Subscribe in an RSS reader or on iTunes