Articles Tagged 'Abraham'

This Kind of Faith!

This Kind of Faith!

We've allowed our modern definition of faith to be drained of depth and turned into a shallow kiddie wading pool of little more than mental assent.

Phil Ware reminds us that faith as understood in the New Testament was much more robust than what we often call faith today.

Promises! Promises?

Promises! Promises?

Is God good enough and big enough to make all of his great promises come true?

James Nored and Phil Ware remind us that God keeps his promises and Jesus is the ultimate proof that God's promises can be trusted!

My Response to God's Call

My Response to God's Call

Will I follow on the journey, or will I choose to let where I am, where I'm comfortable, and what I have hold me in bondage?

James Nored and Phil Ware remind us of the call of the Lord to leave and follow no matter the cost.

You Want to Use Me?

You Want to Use Me?

I know who I am, so how can God use?

Phil Ware continues his use of The Story material and focuses on God calling Moses.

Bless!

Bless!

What do we do in the face of evil and meanness?

Phil Ware continues his series of messages related to "The Story" curriculum, using Abraham's call to be a blessing to be a reminder to us as well.

God Will...

God Will...

Do we really believe this before we see it?

Max Lucado writes about Abraham, his sacrifice of Isaac, and about the God who provides, Jehovah-jireh.

A Small Man, a Big Day

A Small Man, a Big Day

Who would have thought he would be out on a limb?

Patrick Odum does a fictional biography styled account of Zacchaeus and Jesus and the special moment in the tree.

The Dirt, the Hole, the Tree, and the Question

The Dirt, the Hole, the Tree, and the Question

Do I really believe this stuff?

Phil Ware shares another message in his Light on the Dark Side of the Mountain series, focusing on Abraham, Jesus, the dirt, the hole, the tree, and the question.

Revenge or Kindness

Revenge or Kindness

Is revenge really so satisfying?

Is it better to live with the philosophy of eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth or to practice forgiveness and kindness?