Romans 12:1-2 points out that every day and in every way we should be considering how we live, think and speak. Yet, all of us fail miserably here. However, Paul points out that the sacrifice of Christ leaves no less demand on our lives than to offer our bodies all the time as living instruments of worship. Then, he tells us how this is done through the transformative work of the Holy Spirit. Listen in as Rick Langston lays out how the sacrifice of Christ demands that we offer our bodies in worship and how the Holy Spirit works to enable us to do that more every day. We call it Saturday Evening Message http://www.summitrdu.com/message/a-life-transformed/ ~ here is why http://worldprayrblog.org/saturday-evening-message/ Link
Make no mistake. We all long to give our ourselves to something greater than us. We were meant to give ourselves to something and this is called Worship. So, it is not a question if we are worshipping. The question is what are we worshipping? However, do we really know what it is to give our lives to the creator, not the created? Do our lives reflect that we have given our lives in worship to God, even without words. What we worship is what drives us. Perhaps we need to remember what God has done in order that we might worship better. Today, David McNeely explores Romans 1 as he looks at this topic of what we worship. We call it Saturday Evening Message https://vimeo.com/49315075 ~ here is why http://worldprayrblog.org/saturday-evening-message/
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In 1 Corinthians 9-11 - Paul gives us clear instructions on how to head to heaven. He instructs us to run with everything we have, but with a purpose to preserve. So, the question for us is not only are we running, but are we running with the purpose of God's glory, rather than those things that will one day perish. Ray Cortese in this message encourages us why and how we should be living and what our lives should reflect as he takes us through these passages. We call it Saturday Evening Message https://vimeo.com/190612372 ~ here is why http://worldprayrblog.org/saturday-evening-message/
Throughout the last book of the Bible we see a history of the entire Bible. Over 400 references exist that point to other passages in scripture. Just as with the rest of the Bible one central theme exists. That theme being, grace has come in the form of Jesus. The final command we find in this book is the last instruction given, in all of the Bible. That instruction is; Come and Drink of the living water. Listen in as Scotty Smith gives an overview of the book of Revelation. As he points to the five types of grace we find there. We call it Saturday https://youtu.be/I30Qg3wRGGk?t=4s Evening Message https://vimeo.com/133983489 ~ here is why http://worldprayrblog.org/saturday-evening-message/
What is our motivation for service? Do we understand how God has revealed his mercies? Do we understand what our quest is? Are we striving to become holy or are we living as representatives of those who have been made holy through Christ? How do the mercies of God transform us, and fuel us at the same time? Today Brian Chapel takes a look at the answers to these questions and more by examining Romans 12:1-2 We call it Saturday https://vimeo.com/179654816 Evening Message ~ here is why http://worldprayrblog.org/saturday-evening-message/