God has now chosen a kingdom. How will that kingdom get from slavery to autonomy?
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Is God willing to take responsibility for this creation?
Everyone needs a John the Baptist in their life.
We are Christians only, but we are not the only Christians. This slogan is the culmination of all of our ideology. The restoration movement issues a call to unity centered on the scripture.
Where the Bible speaks we speak promotes freedom and mystery. It is not a blank check for us to mandate our preferences.
No creed but Christ, no book but the Bible, no law but love, no name but the divine. Our second Restoration Movement slogan reveals even more about our movement’s history and commitments to unity.
The Restoration Movement was founded on a series of slogans. The first slogan provides us will great insight into the nature of the movement: In Essentials Unity, In Non-Essentials Liberty, In All Things Love.
Jacob misunderstands the way that God prefers to use the lowly and so he cheats his way into power and authority. This mistake must be corrected before God can move forward with Jacob.
What is your potential? If we are willing to answer this question honestly then we can be encouraged by what God will do with us.
Jesus is the true vine. If we remain in Jesus, Jesus will remain in us and will make our joy complete.