A Transformed Life, August 13, 2023

A Transformed Life | Selah On Worry

We can argue with our thoughts when we begin to worry. God sees–and He cares! Being sure that God is good and not measuring it by the way you are perceiving the circumstances that are happening around you. Have confidence He is good and sometimes the circumstances around us fight against that, but you pursue him in faith.

A Transformed Life, July 30, 2023

A Transformed Life | Prayer & Fasting

We continue through Matthew and the Sermon on the Mount. Jesus begins to tell us the importance of focusing on not just doing the things that God asks of us, but to do them only for the sight of God—not others.

A Transformed Life, July 23, 2023

A Transformed Life | God-Motivated Giving

We finished Matthew 5! After learning all about how we are called to be perfect because of Jesus living in us, we now looking into chapter 6 and the fruit that will come from a life lived with Christ. Yet, it is telling us to do these deeds in secret except being seen by God.

A Transformed Life, July 16, 2023

A Transformed Life | Perfectly Imperfect

Continuing to read Matthew 5, Jesus spoke about loving the unlovable. It is easy to love people that love you, but in order to love perfectly, like God, you must love those who hate you. How do we operate living in two different universes?

Go, July 9, 2023

Go | Paper Tigers

A problem can always arise at any point. Sometimes big problems can worry us and change the way we are living our lives. But most of those angry tigers are made of paper—they can’t hurt anything.

A Transformed Life, July 2, 2023

A Transformed Life | Honoring God in Words and Deeds

Jesus lived a perfect life. It was completely for the glory of God, and not to himself. This seems ideal but it also means that people would accuse him of things—he wasn’t the Messiah, he was a madman, even that he was demon-possessed—and he never defended himself. He only defended God.

A Transformed Life, June 25, 2023

A Transformed Life | Adultery & Divorce

Matthew 5:27-32 explains that the law goes deeper then we think when it comes to adultery and divorce. It is not about toeing the line and seeing how close we can get before it is labeled a sin, it is about the heart. Being righteous is not just doing righteous things.