Life can be made very complicated or can be very simple. It seems sin tends to complicate it. The sermon tomorrow is:

Sunday Scriptures

But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification, and redemption: That, according as it is written, He that glorieth, let him glory in the Lord. ~ 1 Corinthians 1:30-31

Job 1-2

This book is a book about one solitary man. The heart of this godly man is being seen very closely, as through a microscope. In this life we possibly won’t know why we must suffer through trials. Job didn’t know that God was showing Satan what a failure he was, as he tested Job. The godly man will always have times where he has to stand alone. The evil culture in which you live will always criticize the godly man. People should know that you are a Christian. Do you stand out? Not because of anything because of you? But because of being blameless, upright, and uncontaminated? Are you standing firm in Christ and making a stand out in this culture, which will always hate you as a Christian. You can’t produce this godliness. But God will produce this...

No Time

I ran out of time to listen to the sermon today. But I will tomorrow. ^_^ Never fear, for Daniel is here. Or at least will be eventually…

Job 1 – First Sermon

This is a book about a godly man. A very godly man. And we can learn much from this passage, and how we should act under suffering. Dr. Morecraft brought out the fact that if as a young unmarried man or woman and you want to attract the attention of a godly man or a virtuous woman you must be either a godly man or a virtuous woman.  What is a godly man? He’s a man who understands his obligations to God, his family, his church, his boss, and everyone around him. He understands where he has been placed in this life. He’s a man who has integrity. Job was a very rich man. God blesses the Christian on this earth. But many of us cannot handle money. We would begin to worship it. And so God does not give us wealth. He does not want us to be stumbled by...