This week Ralph will be leading us in a look at what the Bible has to say about faith. God’s Word states that “the righteous shall live by faith.” As believers, we are called to “walk by faith” having confidence in God and living with hope and assurance that God is in control and is working all things, good and bad, for good in our lives.
We will be looking at a number of Bible verses that speak strongly about faith and discussing what “living by faith” should look like in our life today and how it should work in the changing world in which we live. Faith does not make anything easy, but it does make all things possible.
In a day and age where there are many voices that via for attention, it is very important that the believer is able to discern and identify the true voice of our Heavenly Father.
The Bible states that we can hear His voice and yet many believers will tell you that they don’t. And, believers say that they are hearing God’s voice when it evident to others that they are not. As a result, very few disciples of Jesus are truly walking by the Spirit but continue to live life from their soul realm. This is not glorifying to the Lord.
A foundational study on learning to hear the actual voice of God so as to have a solid personal relationship with Him. A relationship that non-believers will notice and understand that God is truly speaking to you - leading and directing you on a daily basis.
We live busy lives. It seems like there is always more to do than time to do it. There is always something that needs our immediate attention, our focus.
As believers and disciples of Jesus we are called to prioritize life and to have two main things that we should focus on. These are foundational to living a life pleasing to God and that fulfills the unique divine destiny God has chosen for each of His children.
Ralph will be looking at what our focus should be as set out in the New Testament.
An encouraging teaching showing God’s desire and plan for each of us and for His Church. An amazing revelation that can be life-changing if embraced and taken seriously; applied in practical ways to our regular, every day life and daily activities.