In This Series
(Zechariah 12:9-10) Deep sorrow, joy and victory follows when one sees the Savior. This mourning described is a depiction of repentance during a time of separation. A time of all bearing responsibility for his/her sins that led to the cross. Only a clear view of the crucified Christ can give a proper understanding of the devastating effects of sin and only then will victory follow.
(Zechariah 13:1) It is only through the refining fire of afflictions that we gain the privilege of bearing the identity of God’s people. The purpose of the furnace is to inspire us and to instill in us a life of prayer that leads us to take ownership of the Lord who takes ownership of the afflicted.
(Zechariah 12:1-3) In a moment of uncertainty for God’s church. In a moment where the entire world gathers against God’s people. He the Lord of Hosts promises to add weight by making His church a heavy stone. An immovable object. The church becomes an immovable object only when God is allowed to make it so. We become steadfast in our faith only when we allow God to make us steadfast.
(Zechariah 10:1) The children of Israel were not only to rebuild the temple during a time of desolation. They were also to add to their building the act of asking. It is not enough to build up the house of the Lord with our might or power, we should make it our priority to pray for the Holy Spirit.
(Zechariah 3:1-5) When Satan opposes God’s people what matters most is not what we know about God but what God knows about us. God’s vote of confidence keeps the accuser in His place.
This unique time of separation provides for us a wonderful opportunity to live a more impactful and purposeful life. The book of Zechariah calls us in this day to both corporate and individual repentance, and reflection upon our Savior who died for our sins. In this time of separation, we are called to pray for and with each other as a result of seeing Him who died. Be inspired and encouraged by the powerful and relevant truths found in the book of Zechariah.
2020 has indeed been a challenging year for many. The many circumstances have taken a toll on our emotions, come to think of it. We have braved the pandemic’s effects on our world, country, community, and churches. Yet, what has been the effects upon us as Christians? We have been angry, disappointed, discontent, discouraged in many cases, depressed.
How do we make our way out of these feelings? How do we process the challenges we face around us? In this series, we look at two stories in the Old Testament and one in the New, which provide powerful insight and hope for us, who seek to get beyond the negative emotions we face.
There have been many attempts to describe two thousand and twenty so far, and each attempt concludes that this year is a challenging one. Speaking to the real Christian, James writes in a sound, pointed, and practical manner about true wisdom, faith, and practice for followers of Christ. There is no doubt that the book of James applies to our time. Let us turn down the world’s volume and listen to God’s wisdom as we traverse through the book of James and listen to His Wise Words.
Jesus is all about taking quick action when it comes to restoring people. One person is enough to expend heavens resources to redeem, and this is what Jesus emphasizes in a series of parables found in Luke chapters fifteen and sixteen. Join us on a journey of discovering why you matter to Christ and why He calls you to show that others matter to Him. This series will inspire and challenge you to commit to seeing the value of every individual.
With all the bad news circulating in our world today, we decided to take a journey into a more trustworthy and reliable source, the burden of Mark’s gospel is good news. According to Mark, the good news is that everything humanity faced outside of their ability to control. Jesus demonstrates control over such as; calming the storm, healing the sick. Jesus cleansed Leprosy, and He spoke the truth. Yet the most important news of all, Our Lord paid the price for sin.