It's Fruit, Not Fruits

It's Fruit, Not Fruits

The fruit of the Spirit comes from our study of the latter part of Paul’s letter to the Galatians, but in looking at these two brief verses, each quality of the Spirit-manifested fruit necessitates a biblical study on that virtue throughout the Scripture. As such, our message series this summer ought to be refreshing, and encouraging, as we consider anew the unique work fo the Holy Spirit in our lives.  

Taking the Plunge

Taking the Plunge

The fruit of the Spirit comes from our study of the latter part of Paul’s letter to the Galatians, but in looking at these two brief verses, each quality of the Spirit-manifested fruit necessitates a biblical study on that virtue throughout the Scripture. As such, our message series this summer ought to be refreshing, and encouraging, as we consider anew the unique work fo the Holy Spirit in our lives. 

1 Peter 4

1 Peter 4

First Peter 4 contains two “Therefore’s” and is Peter’s practical exhortation to those faithful Christians suffering at the hands of Nero for the name of Jesus. While Peter, like all of the Biblical authors, writes to a specific set of circumstances, since the Word is “living and active”, we can find it practical and instructive to our lives corporately, and individually today. Use these devotional mediations to prepare for Sunday’s message as we welcome Michael Foster of REAL Ministries to share God’s Word with us.