Psalm 119 reminds us that life can be tough, but there is Peace in Knowing and Applying God's Word.
This Psalm has a few repeated words or phrases and one that definitely points out the call to obedience. The Psalmist sees obedience as a secret to a shameless life filled with praise.
Sometimes we forget how approachable our God is and how it is God’s desire that we come with everything we are thinking and feeling. Good, bad, sad, thankful, angry, there is no feeling we are experiencing that God does not want us to bring.
We begin a new series that will focus on the powerful messages found in Psalm 119. The overarching theme of the Psalm is the Way of God and where it leads. How do we stay on that path?
GracePoint has been in the process of transitioning and moving forward as a congregation. We have new leaders in place, a new structure, some new colors, and most importantly a renewed passion to see lives transform by Jesus.
Jesus commanded us to make disciples of the nations. What does that mean? Is this just about going to church or just for those really serious about Christian service?
What does it mean to be saved and from what? To a Christian this word is beautiful, to someone outside the church, it can be an insult. Why?
What happens when we are baptized? Do Christians have to be baptized? This ancient practice has beautiful symbolism, but it’s also way more than a dunk in the tub.