John 10 reveals Jesus as the Good Shepherd who leads His sheep. Jesus knows what’s best. He knows the best way to do what needs to be done. He pretty much knows everything there is to know about what needs to be done. Our job isn’t to question His leadership. Our job isn’t to assist His leadership. Our job is very simple, we are to follow His leadership. This passage gives us three characteristics of Jesus’ leadership. . Speaker: Stacy J Ross. Psalms 23:2-3. Series: The Lord Is My Shepherd.
Source: He Leads Me
A gut check is a test of our character, courage, or determination. We face gut checks in every area of our lives, even in our devotion to Jesus. Our first gut check question is: Am I giving God my best or what’s left?. Speaker: Stacy J Ross. Malachi 1:6-14. Series: Gut Check Questions.
Source: Gut Check Question #1
Jesus said the church is to be a house of prayer (Mark 11:17). One of the main things you have to do to be a house of prayer is to pray. When you read the book of Acts, you find that the church gathered together and prayed together often. If our church is to be a house of prayer as Jesus said, and as the early church modeled, then we must have times where we gather together and pray. . Speaker: Stacy J Ross.
Source: Concert Of Prayer