Speaker: Justin P. Sivley It is a blessing and a privilege to be able to earn a living. Many of us take great joy in the work that we do, and want to give it the very best effort we can. However, we must be careful not to let a good thing like work become the ultimate thing in our lives, lest we make it an idol in our hearts.
Speaker: Justin P. Sivley Though Christians come from many different backgrounds, and even live different lives, there are still many things that we have in common. As we study Hebrews 3, we see some of those things that we have in common, and are reminded how important it is to be together as we encourage one another.
Teacher: Justin P. Sivley We apologize that this audio was not uploaded sooner. Technical difficulties caused the upload to be delayed. As we continue our examination of the Life of Christ, we begin tonight to study the trials of Jesus, beginning with the Jewish trial before the Sanhedrin.
It is a blessing to live in the United States of America and to have the freedoms and rights of an American citizen. But when our nation and our politics become a bigger part of our identity than our God, then we have an idol problem.
This morning, as we continue focusing on the theme of being together in the body of Christ, we consider some thoughts on the common work that is shared by all saints. Though some have dedicated their lives to evangelistic work, we all must be involved in that work in whatever ways that we can.
Jim picks up in a series that was begun several months ago in the book of Joshua. After a brief review of what had been covered up to this point, our study focuses on Chapter 4, and matters related to the Israelites crossing the Jordan river into the Promised Land
On this Mother’s Day, we look at moments from the life of Mary, Jesus’ mother, to learn some lessons about faith in God’s word, about encouraging our children, and having faith in Jesus Christ as our Savior.