“For in one Spirit we were all baptized into one body—Jews and Gentiles, slaves or free—and all were made to drink of one Spirit” (1 Corinthians 12:13)
Beyond physical healing, one leper returns to Jesus and becomes spiritually healed. Scripture: Luke 17:11-19
What must have been in the mind of Jesus to cause such agony of soul and spirit to cause Him to actually “sweat drops of blood?’“
Not just for kids! We may be in quarantine, but we have have plenty to do! List includes links to online resources where you can find hours of family time and individual activities.
Connect Groups used to be called Sunday School, and I know many of us have a hard time making the name transition. Regardless of what you call it – it is vitally important for us as a church in accomplishing our Connecting Purposes.
The Israelites had been captives in Babylon; they were set free and sent back to Jerusalem, one generation at a time, and God’s favor for them was restored.
Before the authors dove into the specific cultural issues, they lay out what culture actually is and how our current age impacts our culture. I especially liked the way the authors addressed the lies the culture tells us about these issues and how the wonder of God’s redemptive story should impact our response to the cultural issues.
Over and over again he warned them of the destruction that was coming if they did not repent, and over and over again they chose to do their own thing and follow their hearts instead of their God.
Because of how common sin is in our world, we have come to view it less severely than God does. I have even heard people question the love of God and the goodness of God because of the presence of sin in the world.
What would be your response if someone walked up to you and asked “Who are you?” Of course you would tell them your name first of all, but then they ask, “But who are you really?” Would you tell them what you do for a living, or that you are a parent, or you are married, or list your hobbies?