After warning his disciples about hypocrisy, Jesus warns them about greed – an inordinate desire to have an abundance of possessions. He tells them there is a better place to invest in the future than stockpiling resources.
Our foundation for everything we need to know about God and about ourselves and about the world is the inspired Word of God – the 66 books of the Old Testament and New Testament.
Inviting his son to look carefully at the ant, the father in Proverbs points out several life lessons that promote wisdom in making the most of every opportunity.
God doesn’t ask us to understand his ways, but to trust his heart.
One of the common deceptions of the enemy is to trust our feelings. He’d like us to rely on how we feel instead of what we know to be true. In this sermon, Nate King (one of River City’s leaders) walks us through the story of Job to help us see that what we feel isn’t necessarily what’s real.