Using a very specific situation of co-signing a loan, the father in Proverbs teaches his son to be careful with how he stewards finances.
Esther chapter 4 describes Esther and Mordecai’s reaction to Haman’s legislation. Esther now must decide: Am I Esther or Hadassah?
The God of heaven and earth not only invites us to pray, he almost begs us to. Why would he do that if our prayers didn’t matter?
Like a Cubs fan living in St Louis, those who follow a suffering Savior should not be surprised when they suffer.
Peter writes that we are to arm ourselves with the same attitude of Christ when it comes to suffering – that we would rather suffer than sin.
Kids playing often tell a friend, “you’re not the boss of me!” when a friend wants them to do something they don’t want to do. This message addresses that attitude when it comes to civil authority. Do we, armed with our identity in Christ, get a pass when it comes to obeying authorities here on earth?
Note: If you watched this video or listened to this message today and would like to know what you must do to be saved, there are no magic words you…
“You do you.” You have probably heard someone say that, or have said it yourself. Or maybe you’ve heard the more modern and motivational version of that: “You Need To Live Your Truth.” We examine in this message how that is a subtle but deadly shift in how we approach who we really are.
The Holy Spirit has been given to the church as the power to do what we’ve been called to do – which is what? In this message from one of River City’s Leadership Team, we look at what the church is empowered to do.
Ever feel like reading the Bible, knowing Jesus, understanding how you ought to live, is like trying to chisel through granite with a fork? We cannot understand what we read or how to live in faith without the power of the Holy Spirit as our map, our guide, and the power to unearth the Treasure.