Description: There is a red road that connects the book of Genesis to the book of Revelation. Anyone who reads the Bible and is unaware of this pathway cannot grasp the most basic and most important aspect of the Bible narrative.
Description: Thousands of very nice people consider themselves Christians. When we examine Scripture carefully we find that there is much more to being a Christian than just praying and going to church.
Description: Paul declares the importance of church growth. Not a growth of numbers but a growth towards spiritual maturity. Paul defines what a mature believer looks like and how true church growth builds the church up.
Description: Paul prays that the Ephesian believers (and us) would be strengthened with power in the inner man so that Christ may dwell in our hearts and that we would be rooted and grounded in the love of Christ.
Description: The Good Shepherd is one of the thrusts of Biblical scripture. This illustration encompasses many ideas, including God’s care for his people and his discipline to correct the wandering sheep. The tendency of humans to put themselves into danger’s way and their inability to guide and take care of themselves apart from the direct power and leading of God is also reinforced with the metaphor of sheep in need of a shepherd.
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