Lab Night: Psalm 141:1-4
Join us as we learn how to break down this Psalm to extract some of its depth. Hebrew poetry is rhythmic, deep, and teaches us how to communicate in the language of God.
Life of a Seeker
God did not design us to be paralyzed by fear and frozen with anxieties. We were designed to be seekers. Drawing from the heart of David, Psalm 27 teaches us what the seeker’s prize, plea, problem, and place is. And when we become seekers, we find life.
On song and prayer night we discuss fighting being a complainer and cultivating a spirit of gratitude.
Where is God?
In this Psalm David walks us through the journey of wondering where God is in our troubles. David isa model of wrestling with God with great faithfulness and David points us to Christ who suffered alone so we would never have to be.
Church On Mission
The New Testament presents portraits of the earliest believers gathering for work and worship. As we examine their lives, we gain insight into what priorities we should have and what principles we should follow. In this lesson we examine the first church in Jerusalem and connect with their mission– to go make disciples.
What are you Worth?
What gives a human value? Psalm 8 teaches us this answer by taking our eyes off of ourselves and turning them to the majesty of God. When we see the majesty and mindfulness of God, we begin to understand our worth as humans.
Lab Night : Matthew 7:21-23
The Pursuit of Happiness
This psalm sets in contrast two ways to live. One way is for the blessed, or happy who finds themselves rooted and fruitful. The other is for the wicked, who find themselves tossed about with no foundation. A happy life is built by choice and patience, in light of eternity.
Integrity is the state or condition of being whole, meaning to be the same person in every place with all people. Samuel exemplifies the following attributes of someone who lives a life of integrity. They are: humility, surrounded by examples, reflection, remain grounded, faces fear, selfless, and leaves reaction to others. By using Samuel as our example, we too can live a life full of integrity.
The Greater Response
When we decide to truly follow Christ, God changes our lives through by restoring our purpose with Him. Hebrews 13:1-21 informs us that God equips us with what we need to do His will, allowing us to witness to others through our compassion. This compassion is demonstrated through our love for God’s family, hospitality to strangers, empathy for those in bondage, commitment to marriage, and contentment.