Three Attitudes of a Christian
In this lesson we looked at three essential attitudes of a faithful Christian.read more
The Unrighteousness of Men
In this lesson we talked about the unrighteousness of men and how one can be saved from their unrighteousness.read more
A World-Changing Faith
Someone once said that to change the world, one must begin by changing one’s self. As disciples of Jesus Christ, whose aim should be to change the world in which we live, that advice would do us much good; for me to be able to have a world-changing faith, I must begin with myself.read more
Don’t Give Up On God
In this sermon, we considered how the first generation of Israelites turned to idol worship during Moses’ absence on Mount Sinai. We showed how Christians must neither grow impatient nor give up on serving God.read more
Being Thankful to God
In this lesson, we discussed being thankful to God, as seen in the one leper who returned to thank Jesus for healing him.read more
Why Do churches of Christ Differ So Widely?
A sign reading “Church of Christ” in front of a building tells you very little these days. Most any doctrine or practice may be found inside. This is frustrating to many people.
Outsiders make fun of the situation, saying, “You preach unity but you are the most divided people we know.”read more
Do Not Lose Heart
In this lesson, we showed from 1 Thessalonians 3 why Christians should not lose heart, even during troubling persecutions.read more
Leaving Behind the “Antichrist”
In this lesson, we examined took a look at what the Bible teaches on the subject of the “antichrist.”read more
Three Faithful Young Men
To have “integrity” is to be honest and sincere, doing what is right regardless of the costs. The Old Testament book of Daniel teaches us much about integrity, not only in the example of the book’s namesake, but also in his three contemporaries; Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego.
In addition to the examples of faith, courage and commitment, there are other themes running throughout the book as well.read more
Called To Blessings, Called to Sufferings
While Christians are called to blessings, they are also called to sufferings. Our lives as Christians are not going to be without sufferings. We must learn to endure and never give up.read more
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