We've all been separated from God but God anxiously watches and waits for His children to return home to Him.
Denis tells this beloved parable through the eyes of the prodigal son this Sunday at Open Arms, 10am. Hope to see you there.
Jesus said: “Do not judge or you too will be judged” Matthew 7:1. This does not mean we as Christians are not supposed to judge right from wrong. It does however mean that we need to make sure our judgement is not hypocritical and or self-righteously motivated.
Join us tomorrow as we discuss our judgement Vs God's judgement.
You know that our world seems to be all messed up (discombobulated), like it is confused or disconnected.
It leads to more and more brokenness and more and more suffering. Why? The Bible tells us that it is because we are disconnected from our God and because we refuse to acknowledge Him and as a result, our God gives us over to judgement. This is one manifestation of God's wrath.
However, It does not end with a sad note for those who get reconnected through Jesus. Your way or God's way, that is a decision God leaves up to you.
Like the man sitting on the tracks below, your way, I promise, will not end well.
Many have asked the questions, "Why is there evil in the world?" and " If there is a God, what is He doing about it?" The Bible teaches us the answers to both of these questions. Come out to the Elementary School Gym and listen to the message on this subject, "Wrath of God Against All Wickedness."
Lead Pastor Doug Lake