After yet another contentious election, what comes next? What is our way forward? As Christians, God calls us to own our own sinfulness, and then repent of it, to demonstrate sympathy and empathy to those who are different than us, and to pray.
Don’t let the phrase “A final word” fool you. Ephesians 6:10-20 is a call to arms! We have a real enemy and we will only be able to resist, fight, and stand if we access the power of the Holy Spirit.
God’s plan for being glorified among the nations was to form for himself a people. He does this throughout history and we see this in the Bible. The necessary power for fulfilling this plan is the Holy Spirit.
Followers of Christ are called to obey our governmental authorities. We’re also called to be faithful ambassadors for God. What happens when these two ideas collide?
As an American, you’ve likely heard the phrase, “The Separation of Church and State.” What does it mean? From where does it come? What does it mean as citizens of God’s Kingdom? We’ll be talking about Psalm 146, Genesis 9:6-56, and Matthew 5:13-15.
Wisdom. It comes from God. It develops over time. It must be practiced. Questions for Discussion For those of you who can vote, what was the first presidential election you participated in? What kinds of decisions in your life have required wisdom? What are some ways Christians can demonstrate godly wisdom over the next 6 weeks?