Maximizing Men By Glorifying King Jesus, Together. Host Of The HNR.GD Network
I'm Brad and I'm a Christian husband and father adamantly resolved to sharing the glad tidings of God's gospel of grace. Whether through the written or spoken word, my priority remains upholding and proclaiming the good news of Christ's life, death, and resurrection for lost and broken people. My mission is to encourage lives with the eternal truths of grace, which alone can transform lives and spur them to pursue God.
What if we were able to know the truth about God and how He relates to us? We looked at misconceptions about God being grumpy, as well as the undeniable truth that God is happy. So to wrap up, let’s get clear on how our righteousness before him actually works out.
What if we were able to know the truth about God and how He relates to us? We finished looking at the misconceptions that lead us to believe God is grumpy, but now what if you’re told we serve an undeniably happy God? Even in our sin and his grief, he is happy.
Turmoil in the world is often blamed on God being angry with us. Do we believe in a grumpy God? Let’s examine a few misconceptions you might have to find out. This is part 1 of a 3-part look into who God truly is and how he relates to us.
What you were told the worst pregame speech ever delivered was spoken by The Deliverer, Himself? As God tends to do though, what may look like the worst to us, may be found to the best assurance of hope we have in life.
There are a lot of hymns that are cherished in the Christian faith. But, perhaps, the best suited anthem for Christians isn’t a hymn but a rock ballad courtesy of Journey. We too easily tend to forget how and where we started in our walk with God.
Have you wondered why Christians like the symbol of a cross so much? Wonder what it means to us? Is it actually that big of a deal? Does it truly have that much significance? Well, yes; more than you can possibly imagine.
Every person on the planet, no matter our race, our place, or our status of success, is involved in the same story, with the same attempts to fill an eternal longing and void, and with the same solution awaiting us whether we realize it or not.
God’s reach of grace is not hindered by your past, nor is it shortened on account of your sin…even for terrorists. It’s understandable to hate, fear, and pray against what ISIS is doing. But, what if we as believers were praying FOR the people of ISIS? What could that do?