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The Book of Amos is a fiery proclamation of truth and justice! Through the impassioned words of Prophet Amos, we witness a consciousness awakening in the people of Israel. In a time of prosperity, they had become enthralled by their earthly possessions, detached from the cries of the poor and the injustice rampant in their society.
Amos comes like a wave crashing upon them, calling for a return to righteousness and urging them to remember their higher purpose. With relentless clarity, he denounces the empty religiosity and shallow rituals, demanding true devotion and genuine compassion. Amos' words become a lifeline, reminding the people that they are called to be stewards of love and righteousness, champions of the marginalized and protectors of the vulnerable.
A parable is a simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson. Jesus used parables to teach the truths of heaven during his time on earth. The Parables of Jesus still have much to teach us today about God’s truth.
From the Book of Romans, Paul’s letter to Rome is a kind of Christian manifesto. To be sure, it is also a letter, whose contents were determined by the particular situation in which the apostle and the Romans found themselves at that time. Nevertheless, it remains a timeless manifesto, a manifesto of freedom through Jesus Christ. It is the fullest, plainest, and grandest statement of the gospel in the New Testament.
From the Book of Psalms, "The Mission of God" includes messages The King of Kings from Psalm 2; Let the Nations be Glad from Psalm 67; and Created to Worship from Psalm 96.
From Matthew 28:6, Pastor Blake Gideon shares a Resurrection Sunday message. We learn the grave has been vacated, Jesus Christ has been vindicated, death has been violated, and the Gospel has been validated.
The Psalms of ascent including Fighting False Accusations, Assurance on the Journey, Go all the Way, Living Between the Tension, The Security of the Believer, The Believers Joy, and The Joy of Divine Providence.
From the Book of Joshua: Joshua was a soldier. He was one of the most extraordinary military commanders of all time. But what sets Joshua apart from his predecessors and successors was his obedience to the Word of God. In this series we will follow this chosen commander whose obedience brought him through the Jewish conquest of Canaan.
Advent series with Ashton Wright, Students Pastor, with Saved for the Service and A Savior that Meets Every Need, and Pastor Blake Gideon with Wise Men and Fools and There is Coming a Day.
Marvel with John at the wondrous panorama of God's revealed plan. Listen as Christ warns the churches, and root out any sin that blocks your relationship with him. Have hope, knowing that God is in control, Christ's victory is assured, and all who trust him will be saved.
John’s Gospel is an invitation for you to find life and live it abundantly. When we encounter Jesus we find fulfillment, forgiveness, and freedom that only He can give.
The Book of Exodus is key to understanding Jesus. It is an exciting story, a historical story, and it points us to and inspires us to worship Jesus, it is our story.
From the Book of Matthew, The Birth of the King includes The King's Family, The King's Fulfillment, The Kings Form, The Kings Friends, and The Kings Flight.
From the Book of Ruth, learn about a young woman who became a believer during an hour of great sorrow. You will discover that our good deeds do not go unnoticed or unrewarded by God and you will see that His kindness surpasses anything we could imagine. Indeed, the King is Coming!