The temple of God is very dear to our Lord. Therefore how we treat it is also of great importance to the Holy Spirit. There are two instances (Matthew 21 and John 2) in the Gospels where Christ deals with the people in the temple directly. Christ deals with corruption directly in his Temple and […]
Satan is attacking our families. He does it through mental health, divorce, and numerous other ways. He does not want the family established because it means people care for each other and his methods of separating us from God include isolating us here on earth. God requires both parents to be in the home and […]
Is life caving in on you? Do we lose track of what God has taught us and act as we have forgotten everything? God has and is continually training us how to live. He has proven Himself to us and He will continue to do so. So hold on, God is there for us and […]
We discern promises from God and then we get impatient with the details. We have to be careful that we do not taint our own promises. Gods promises still stand, but we must be careful not to set ourselves up for high expectations, as we do not know the plans Gods has for us. God […]
It doesn’t matter what happens in our lives, it is up to us to hold on and further hold onto our peace. It has been understood that Jesus gives us peace, but it is the support of Jesus in our tough times that allows us to not let go of our peace. Knowing that Jesus […]
Pastor McCarty continues the series on building bridges by reminding us about eternity. All that we do on Earth should be with an Eternal view. This view applies to our personal actions, but also to those around that are not saved. We should be concerned with the Eternity of others as that was Christs main […]
John 4:4-39. The Samaritan woman at the well. This passage has many profound moments in it. Both with Christ’s interaction with the woman and with His own disciples. Jesus went to Samaria on purpose, because Samaria was a place that He should not have been according views at that time. Yet, Jesus still went to […]
John 4:4-39. The Samaritan woman at the well. This passage has many profound moments in it. Both with Christ’s interaction with the woman and with His own disciples. Jesus went to Samaria on purpose, because Samaria was a place that He should not have been according views at that time. Yet, Jesus still went to be with the people who were viewed as ‘bottom feeders’ as they also need healing and need the power of Christ in their lives. This is what Christ has called us to, the hurting and needy despite their class or economic status. Most of the people with Jesus missed the point.