This week, our study in Genesis delves into the entrance of sin into the world. Through deception, Eve ate the forbidden fruit. However, it was because of Adam’s rebellion that the curse affected us all. Yet, through it all, the goodness and mercy of the Sovereign Creator were on display.
At times, we must take an honest look at the real state of our spiritual lives. Homeowners, for instance, may do the same thing by walking around their homes, inspecting walls, ceilings, or floors. When a careful inspection reveals a crack, deeper discover must take place. Sometimes those deeper discoveries uncover flaws in a foundation that has shifted. The discovery may be that the foundation was not proper to begin with. So it is in our spiritual journeys. At times, looking at our lives may force us to discover the deeper issues of our foundations.
This study in Genesis 1-11 is designed to guide us in the honest evaluation of what our lives. have been build on and where things may have shifted.
This week we continue looking at Jesus as a young boy. We will see how Jesus calls us to the reality that life is not about “me” but instead about doing the work of God in our lives. We hope the Lord uses this to draw you closer to Himself this week.
This morning we look at Matthew 8:23-27. We look at the reality that how we think effects what we do. In this reality we have to also understand the part that scripture plays in changing how we think and in turn how we act.
This morning we look at Ezra 5 as well at the book of Haggai as we continue our study on the church and discover together Gods’ direction for Moffett Road Baptist Church. https://vimeo.com/202637429
Our study this morning we spend our time in Numbers 20.
This evening we walk through Hebrews 13:7-16 together as we examine the idea of being “Outside the Camp.” And how we as Christians should identify with this terminology.
This week we continue looking at the Old Testament as we study in Leviticus 16:1-22. We also take part in The Lords Supper this week.
This evening we look at Moses in his relationship to God.
Was it necessary for God to speak through Moses? If so, then why?
We also take some time really walking through consecration and why God wanted His people consecrated, why He wanted them set apart, as well at the strict guidelines He laid out for them while He spoke to Moses on the Mountain.
There are times in our lives where we walk irreverently toward God, tonight we learn why God requires a Holy Reverence for the His Presence