In Luke 14, Jesus tells a parable that challenges us to consider the sincerity of our faith.
We turn to 1 Thessalonians 2 and consider the example given by Paul and Silas as they shared the Gospel message.
The Thessalonian Christians serve as a model for how we should live in a way that makes Jesus known for who He is.
The last of the 9 arts is sharing. Sharing your faith: who Jesus is and what kind of difference He makes in your life.
At the end of Revelation, Jesus calls us to heed His words. He says, "Behold, I am coming soon."
God doesn't want us to just call on Him in our times of need; He wants us to be awake to Him all the time...living with Him in every moment.
Faith in Jesus is a faith that moves us to unselfish, grace-filled, loving action!
Who or what do you turn to when you have worry and doubt?
We continue to explore the armor of God described in Ephesians 6. What does it mean to be shielded by faith?
How does God make us ready to withstand spiritual attack?