God is great and worthy to be praise. In this beautiful psalm, David calls on the angels in heaven to join him in praising our great God who has demonstrated his glory in a majestic storm. Join us as we work our way through this magnificent poem.
The Lord is our strength and our shied. King David beautifully expressed his confident in this glorious truth as he faced distress and opposition. May we do the same as we walk in faith.
The Lord is our light and salvation. He is the sure foundation upon which we build our lives. Therefore, we shall not fear. He is the strong tower.
The Israelites participated in the Passover meal while in Egypt at God’s command. It signified his election of them as his people and their deliverance from slavery in Egypt. God met their needs just as he meets ours in Christ, our Passover Lamb. Join us as we see he grace and mercy of God in this first Passover.
Exodus 12 is a crucial chapter in the story of the Exodus and in the story of the Bible. It brings the conflict between God and Pharaoh to resolution. Join us as we begin our study of this chapter with the first 6 verses. The Passover Lamb had to be just right!
The God of the Bible is a great and mighty God. He is the one and only Lord of Creation and God of the World. He is actively present in the world. And, He has all power to command creation to display His glory and might in the world. Join us as we talk about how great our wonderful God is!
In the book of Exodus, God visited 10 different plagues on Pharaoh and the Egyptians. Each of the fist nine plagues served as building action to prepare the Egyptians and Israelites for the ultimate conflict of the tenth — the killing of the firstborn sons. God intentionally hardened Pharaoh’s heart during these plagues, which is a puzzling thing for many of us. How does the Bible explain this reality, and what does it mean to us? Join us as we answer these questions.
Our God is sufficient! He is sufficient for all things — sufficient for the living our lives. His sufficiency covers our personal inadequacies (Get. 17:1), overcomes our helplessness against overwhelming odds (Gen. 43:14), gives certainty to our uncertain future (Gen. 49:25), miraculously transforms our lives (Gen. 49:25), and delivers us from our enslavement to sin (Ex. 6:6). What a wonderful God He is!
Join us as we look at how sufficient He is to use ordinary people to accomplish His glorious purposes!
Is there anything greater than the resurrection of Jesus Christ? No. It is the single most glorious and wonderful act in all of human history. It changed the world and has a tremendous amount of significance to everyone, especially Christians. Join us as we discuss it!
Jesus entered Jerusalem as a humble king. He was the one about whom the prophets foretold, and he brought with him a kingdom of peace, joy, salvation, unity, and access to God. Our call is to bear fruit in keeping with his kingdom. Join us as we hear from Mark 11:1-26.