The Bible describes King David as a man after God’s own heart. David really was a man who loved God. Yet, as most know, he was certainly less than perfect.
Today our FIRE series continues and reminds us of some challenges we need to avoid to keep our connection to God healthy. Any of these can extinguish the burning love we are to have for the Father
So get ready to face the Fire in this study
Our fire series continues with another incident where we see Fire fall from Heaven…
But how we position ourselves in the fire, when the fire falls, and after the fire arrives is essential if we are going to be people who have the Fire of God IN us…
So where are you? And are you ready to experience FIRE?
We take a momentary break from our FIRE series to reflect upon the events that have impacted the lives of so many in Florida this week. The arrival of Hurricane Ian. We all experienced the storm in different ways. For some it was tough, for some it was easy, for some it was stressful, and for some it was a welcomed couple of days off. No matter how you experienced it the one thing we have in common is that we went through the storm. So you are indeed a storm survivor. Today we celebrate the Savior that we find in the midst of storms and the Messiah who teaches us in the midst of the storms. This is a celebration of His goodness and a shout out to you – you storm survivor!
It has all the makings of an Old Testament video game –FIRE !
There is a weapon that protects, some daring heroes that attempt to rescue and save, and there is a horrific firestorm that destroys everything and nearly every one.
The problem is, this is not a game. It is a real story blazing in the pages of Scripture that has some powerful life lessons for each of us, the world we live in, and how we live in the world around us.
It may get heated – but there is much for us to discover in The Ring of Fire
The Bible is full of examples of people who ran full speed away from God and smacked right into crazy before realizing there’s a way out.
And as we study the depression Elijah experienced, we discover that his behavior was only temporary. It happened when he got in the wrong lanes.
But there is hope. When he encountered God, he found out exactly what it takes to crawl away from crazy and stay on the Speedway of Sanity.