God calls unlikely, ordinary people to believe His unbelievably great promises.
From the song and story of Psalm 30, we see that God forgives sin so that sinners can be supremely satisfied in God.
In this first of two messages from Youth Camp, we learn that a daily relationship with the Holy Spirit is our direct “feed” to Divine power. In this message, Nate encourages us to live “plugged-in”.
Through His encounter with Saul, we see how Jesus relates to people who oppose the Gospel.
God wants to be sought (and found!) through our fellowship with other believers. He reveals Himself by building brotherhood, conveying Christ, and glorifying God.
If you are human, then you were created to diligently pursue and practice the pleasure of praising God.
Sharing the Gospel is a unique and indispensable way for believers to encounter God.
God’s Spirit displays God’s kingdom through the lives of God’s people.
As we conclude Acts 1, we see that we (like the Apostles) can wait for God to fill us with His Spirit by relying on God’s Word, trusting in God’s sovereignty, and embracing God-ordained leadership.
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