Have you sat down to study a book of the Bible and found yourself confused about why an author wrote certain things? In our common "pick and choose"
(by Paul Carnehl) The following is a guest post by my friend Paul Carnehl. Written in a devotional format, I encourage you to take some time and
Throughout Scripture we have several incredible statements where the Word of God came to someone and spoke. I have no doubt this was true, but all
A week ago, I was given opportunity to preach at the Church at Ellerslie in Windsor, CO. As we continued in Ephesians 4, we examined verses 26-27.
As the story goes, a poor man who spent his life as a tenant farmer was working in the field. He had gone over the ground countless times with his
God’s power is demonstrated in my life! The overwhelming, indescribable power of God is on display as He brings me from spiritual death into life,
Paul, in describing the power of God (Ephesians 1.19), gives two incredible examples: Jesus and us. He says that the life of Jesus is a demonstration
Life. Death. Could there ever be anything in such a contrast with each other? Light. Dark. I have news for you: you were once dead. Not physically,
At the end of Ephesians 1, Paul makes a final declaration about the power of God demonstrated in the life of Christ. Paul says: "… and gave Him to be