Thief in the night – What does it mean? “For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night.” I Thessalonians 5:2 Paul described the day of the Lord as a thief … Continue reading The Second Coming of Christ
Scripture: Mark 10:46-52 Today’s message urges you to take time to cry out to Jesus like Bartimaeus did. This kind of cry does not involve shedding tears but pouring out your soul to God. Tell him what you need and ask him for help or deliverance. You must believe in the power of Jesus and the power of prayer. Jesus will answer and step in right on time. Those surrounding Jesus were telling Bartimaeus to be silent as he cried out to Jesus but the Word says Jesus stood still and summoned him over. When you are at your lowest … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: I Cried
Scriptures: Daniel 3: 14-30, Exodus 20:2-5, 8-11, Revelation 13:14-17 In today’s sermon we focused on worship. Who we are to worship? Why and how? The Word says there is one Lord, one Faith, and one Baptism. There is only one God in heaven we are to give our undivided worship and praise to. Through the acknowledgment and acceptance of Jesus Christ and his sacrifice to redeem us of our sins, we give God what he is due. Our worship. We worship God because he is our creator, our deliverer, the beginning and end of the world, and he is almighty … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: A Matter of Worship
Scriptures: John 21:25, Luke 12:13, Proverbs 12:5, Ecclesiastics 12:7, Revelation 22:14-21 Today’s message was Living to Live Again. An encouragement for believers in Jesus Christ to prepare themselves and their souls for the coming of Jesus and eternal life. When Jesus ministered on Earth, there were many things he had done that wasn’t mentioned in the Bible. But it is good to know that what God gave us in the Bible is exactly what we need. God wants us to know that he is still in charge of everything. If we don’t accept the gift of salvation we will die … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Living to Live Again
Scripture: Psalm 103 Today we came from a psalm of King David that commands us to bless the Lord. Every day we should acknowledge God and make a proclamation about who God is. God is a good and loving god who knows all things. He is our provider, our protector, and a deliverer when we are in trials. We should remember to bless the Lord and tell him thank you for all his benefits. The Word breaks down those benefits as these: 1. God will forgive you of all your iniquities. Every time we sin and disobey God’s Law we … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: Bless the Lord
Scriptures: 1 Corinthians 13, Romans 8:35-39 Our message for today talked about the greatest gift we as people of God should have. Love. The Word of God tells us that you can have all the knowledge and understanding of the Bible and of Jesus, and have all the faith and believe in Jesus but if you do not have love, it profits you nothing. It is important that we have God’s love. Not the love defined in the world such as intimacy. We must seek God to cleanse our hearts and mold us to have his agape love. The purified … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: The Greatest Gift is Love
Scripture: Exodus 3:11-15; 14:10-31; Revelation 22:3-4 We begin with God having a deep conversation with Moses from the fiery bush. God reminds us who he is by saying “I Am that I Am.” So while we are facing this pandemic we must remember that God sits on a high throne and that he is still in control of everything. We must continue to connect and commune with God every single day to keep us and shower us with his grace and mercy. We must acknowledge who God is to us and believe that he is in charge of our lives. … Continue reading Sermon Take Away: I Am Is Here
The scripture we came from for this sermon was Psalm 62. King David expressed a powerful prayer to the Lord, telling God how his soul waits on the Lord because he is his refuge, his rock, and his salvation. Our souls are very important to God. Our souls are made up of who we are as a person like our personalities, our opinions, and our spirits. When God created man he formed our bodies from the dirt of the Earth and breathed his spirit/breath into us, creating a living soul. It is important that we take care of our souls. … Continue reading Sermon Takeaway: Rest Your Soul in the Lord
“The love of God is unconditional.” INSPIRATION The Path of Righteousness Church in Christ Continue reading Ponder this…
The 7 last words of Christ while he was hanging on the cross are considered of great importance to us today. As we live our life following in Christ’s footsteps he made sure to leave us with some words of … Continue reading Words From the Cross
Memory Verse: Luke 11:28 – “But he saith, Yea, rather, blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep it.” God loved us so much that he gave us his Law of Love. His Law is a reflection … Continue reading God’s Law of Love
Memory Verse: (John 15:5) “I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abided in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit; for without me ye can do nothing.” Jesus used parables to convey a … Continue reading A Christian’s Source of Power
“Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name: That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father.”- Philippians 2:9-11, KJV The Path of Righteousness Church in Christ has a Twitter Account: PathtoJesus1 Follow Us and Be Blessed! Continue reading Philippians 2:9-11…
P-eace And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint (Luke 18:1). Prayer brings natural and spiritual peace. When you’re placing your trust in God you are increasing your … Continue reading QA: What is the Power of Prayer?
God gives man the ability to choose because he is God. He is love and his very nature is not one of force. He wants us to choose wisely, while asking for his divine guidance. Yes, man chooses his … Continue reading QA: Why does God give Man the Ability to Choose? Can a Man Choose his own Destiny of Eternal Life or Damnation?
B.I.B.L.E: BASIC INSTRUCTION BEFORE LEAVING EARTH Memory Verse: (Psalm 119:105)– “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.” WHY YOU NEED A SAVIOR Memory Verse: (I Timothy 1:15)- This is a faithful saying, worthy … Continue reading Sabbath School Lessons List
Satan is the evil mastermind behind all that is contrary to love nature of God. In the bible, there are many names to identify him. He is known as: the devil (Revelation 20:13) Satan (Luke 10:18, Revelation 12:9) adversary … Continue reading QA: What are the Many Names of Satan?
The controversy between good and evil began in heaven. It is between Jesus and Satan. Satan, who was named Lucifer in heaven, was an anointed angel. He rebelled against God when he desired to be exalted above God. Lucifer was … Continue reading QA: What is the Controversy between Good and Evil?
Jesus is the Son of God sent to Earth to save the humans from their sins. He was planted into a virgin woman, birthed into the land of iniquity, grew into a man of no sin, a new creation of … Continue reading QA: Who is Jesus?
Memory Verse: (Mark 2:27-28) “And he said unto them, the Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath: Therefore the Son of man is Lord also of the Sabbath.” The Sabbath is made of time. It is observed … Continue reading The Sabbath: God’s Sign of Faith