Messages on Future
Proverbs 4:10-11, 25-27 Life is full of decisions and in reality, our lives are nothing more than the sum total of our decisions to date. For the wise, each decision is either a future blessing or a future regret.
Numbers 33:53 Numbers 33 is a list of the 40 places that the Israelites camped at during their 40 years in the Sinai Desert after fleeing Egyptian slavery. But why did Moses write it? Why did God want it in the Bible? Why should we read it, and how can it help us?
Proverbs 11:1-11 For the writer of Proverbs, there are essentially two types of people who walk two different paths.
To become what you want doesn’t mean jettisoning everything to get there. The very best there is will always be there because it can never be lost. 1 Corinthians 13:7
Change is challenging. It forces us to either face some hard truths or face our fears headlong. Beyond those challenges lies a deeper potential, one when embraced, allows us to live as God intended. 1 Corinthians 5:16-17; Ephesians 2:4
Being stuck rarely feels good. In order to move forward, even if it’s one step at a time, means leaving some things behind, especially when they hurt your relationship with God. Romans 13:11-14
As Christians, we have a rich heritage and a promising future. The book of Hebrews tells us why. God has spoken and we have his word: Christ alone is our salvation. The question now is, what are we going to do about it? Hebrews 10:19-25