As we continue to reflect on worship in the Lord's prayer, we will deepen our appreciation of the truths found in this submissive request...
"Your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven." Matthew 6:10
A quiet time tool for you to dig into the scriptures is included as well in this study.
"It's a Wonderful Life"
Here is a COMPLETE three week set of devotionals for families and individuals shared by the Fayetteville church Family. Get into the word and reflect on Christ. He can use you for special purposes in 2012.Get started now!
Jewish High Holy Days and their relevance for disciples of Jesus
The Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot)
If you were asked to describe your prayer life,what would you say? Would you use words like inconsistent, shallow, repetitive, forgetful, lacking time, or overwhelming?”
These very words have described my prayer life from time to time.
When is the last time you heard a sermon on hell or the second coming of Christ? What will heaven be like and will the lost suffer eternal torment? What faith do I need for today? What could God be waiting for to end the world?
The Central Ministry Center of the Chicago Church of Christ presented a powerful set of sermons this summer on Heaven, Hell, Faith and the Speed His Coming. You can download, listen and share them for your quiet times, car rides, exercise inspiration, etc.
"Speed His Coming" was originally delivered at the 1988 Midwest Evangelism Seminar in Chicago the first time God filled the Medinah Auditorium with 4,000 people. It has been my most requested and most commented on sermon. The newest version is an update for our churches today.
To create the greatest worldwide worship service ever for God's glory, Jesus taught the original disciples to pray a petition for God’s reign to be over all the earth.
“Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.” Matthew 6:10
I am fascinated with time. Not simply in the sense that there never seems to be enough of it, but rather the means of leveraging its properties. I am fascinated that we only ever have this one point in time with which to do anything. It’s as if the eternal nature of our souls, while suspended in these earthly bodies must focus the entire singularity of eternity along this thin rail we call time, from the first heartbeat to the last.