Pastor Steve returns to our study of the book of Revelation (Revelation 19:1-5). It is on the glorious theme of praise and worship and glory of God marked by the word “hallelujah.” we pray this message encourages you in your daily walk with the Lord to live godly before Him and others.
Pastor Steve finishes the first chapter of Ephesians with a rich message on the exaltation of Christ by the Father of Glory (Ephesians 1:15-23). May your hearts and minds be stirred to live in worship and faithfulness daily to His praise!
Pastor Steve concludes the study of Romans 9-11 on The Israel of God by looking at The Goodness, Gospel, Greatness and Glory of God in Romans 11:25-36. This is the hallelujah chorus of the N.T. May your hearts be encouraged to serve Jesus through its teaching!
This week Pastor Steve unfolds the weighty doctrine of sin found in Ephesians 2:1-3. He’s titled it, “Sinners In The Hands of A Holy God.” May your hearts be stirred to the greatness of our salvation in Jesus because of the forgiveness of the depth of our own sin!
This week Pastor Steve encourages us from what he calls the most profound and comprehensive text on biblical ministry found in the N.T. – 2 Cor 4:1-18. The theme is: “Indelible Grace.” We hope this will cause you to strive to do biblical ministry in 2015!
This week Pastor Steve begins this new section of Ephesians in chapter 4 verse 17 – the put off put on. It signifies the new life we have in Jesus and the evidence of genuine saving faith. May this message encourage you to faithful obedience and victory over sin through the grace of the Lord today!
May 26, 2013. Pastor Steve looks at the importance of how to fight the spiritual battles we face every day. Though God through Christ is victorious in all things, especially over the onslaughts of the enemy of our soul – Satan; there is still the ongoing warfare that exists still in this fallen world in which we live. Open your Bibles and be prepared to take a fresh look in Revelation 9:1-2 at the reality of this battle. We hope it will encourage you in your walk with the Lord!