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1 Corinthians3:11For no one can lay a foundation other than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ.
Where did the month of January go! One minute it’s the New Year and now we are ready to go into the month of February; time really does fly when you’re having fun. I mentioned in my first sermon of the year that in order for us, as a church, to have a closer and stronger relationship with God that we need to have a firm foundation in which to stand firmly on. So we, as a church, have embarked on a series of sermons that has allowed us to focus on how we can strengthen our relationship with God.
The important thing that we MUST do in order to have a stronger relationship with God is that we have to “GROW UP” and this has to do with our spiritual maturity. We can’t remain what the Apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians chapter three describes as, an “infant in Christ”. We must spiritually grow up and mature and this is not an overnight thing; for we must strive at it each and every day of our walk with Christ.
We have also begun a 48 week lesson study called Firm Foundations—Creation to Christ, to help us to have a more solid foundation to stand on when it comes to our spiritual maturity and relationship with God. This study will allow us as individuals, as well as a church, to strengthen our faith on the fact that God is the great Creator of all things and that He wants a relationship with us. He also wants us to truly know who He is and what His plan and purpose is for our lives. He wants us to know Him more but for us to get to know Him deeper, we must have the attitude that wants to know Him, which will help strengthen our relationship with Him and make for a more solid and firm foundation to stand on.
Please, come and join us each Sunday, both morning and evening, and witness the excitement as we learn and build a stronger relationship with God on a firm foundation.
 
Building a Firm Foundation with God—One brick at a time,
 
Pastor James

 

 

 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

Published: April 1, 2015