Showing messages with topic of God
By Brad Quiring on January 7, 2018
My commitment to God is based on His covenant with me. I will seek to dedicate myself to Him with my whole heart and show that commitment through following His will and way. Colossians 2:16-17; 2 Timothy 2:22; Deuteronomy 10:14-15
By Brad Quiring on January 7, 2018
My commitment to God is based on His covenant with me. I will seek to dedicate myself to Him with my whole heart and show that commitment through following His will and way.
By Brad Quiring on November 5, 2017
Salvation is a free gift from God, given by grace through faith in the person and work of Jesus. 1 Peter 3:8-12. While we benefit from this, it is ultimately for God’s glory. All this is brought to our attention and knowledge through the Bible, which is the Word of God. Now that we have this life, let’s live...
By Brad Quiring on October 29, 2017
We live for the glory of God alone. Colossians 3:16-17. Everything in this universe, everything in our lives, everything that is said and done is to be done for the glory of God alone. God made everything for His glory. He saved us from our sins and gave us forgiveness and eternal hope for His own glory. God's not an...
By Brad Quiring on October 22, 2017
Colossians 1:13-20. Jesus Christ alone is our Lord, Savior, and King. He is the creator of all things, He is Lord over all things. He saved us from our sins through His person and His work. Jesus truly is THE Way, THE Truth and THE LIFE. No one comes to the Father BUT BY HIM.
By Brad Quiring on September 17, 2017
Prayer is a key part of being a follower of God. In fact, from what we see in the Old and New Testaments, prayer is essential. We cannot call ourselves believers in Jesus or followers of God without incorporating prayer as a priority action in our life. It is an action, but there is an attitude behind it. Jesus addresses...
By Brad Quiring on August 20, 2017
1 Corinthians 10:13 Temptation to sin comes in many forms. Tests of our faith are constantly there. Our integrity is always under attack. Satan is at the forefront of these attacks and he always is dirty and vicious in his dealings with us. He wants to completely destroy us. We are never able to handle temptation. That's why we need God and...
By Brad Quiring on July 2, 2017
John 3:16 is one of the most familiar and most loved passages in the Bible. It has been a key Bible verse for the faith of many followers of Christ. But this verse comes in the middle of a powerful message from Christ. A message that deals with the true dark nature of our sin, God's justified condemnation and the powerful...
By Kevin Trembley on June 25, 2017
Kevin has preached all over southern Manitoba, challenging people in the church to seriously consider the message and Truth of the Bible and Jesus Christ. Join us this Sunday for a dynamic time of learning from the Bible.
By Brad Quiring on May 14, 2017
Happy Mother's Day! Exodus 20:12 tells us to honour our mothers. This theme comes up again through the Bible. We see it repeated by Paul in Ephesians 6:1, where honour and obedience are tied together. What does, "Honour", really mean? Let's go deeper to discover how we can see our mothers in the way God has created them. Let's give them the...
By on April 30, 2017
Then: Eternally Condemned. Now: Eternally with God. Revelation 21:1-8. Before Jesus we were condemned to being in Hell forever. Our sinful nature and our sinful actions bring about a logical, natural result: separation from God forever. Jesus died for our sins and paid the penalty of being separated from God. He rose again from the dead and brought us into...
By Brad Quiring on April 23, 2017
Romans 8:12-17. Have you ever wanted to be part of a great family, but have excluded. Sin kept us away from God. Jesus death and resurrection opened the door to us becoming the children of God.
Then and Now: Then: Without Hope and Without God in the World; Now: With Hope and With God in Christ
By Brad Quiring on April 9, 2017
Ephesians 2:11-22. Before knowing the gospel and believing in the person and work of Jesus, we were hopelessly lost and separated from God. Because of Jesus' death and resurrection, we have moved into a personal relationship with God. We have identity and hope.
By Brad Quiring on January 29, 2017
God is Holy. God is separate, unique, perfect and powerful. He is above and beyond all creation. We are not God, but we are created in God's image. Because we are God's image bearers, God has called us to be holy as He is holy. We are separate, unique and not of this world because of our faith in Jesus....
By Brad Quiring on January 22, 2017
God is Holy. He is totally separate from all things. He is above and beyond us and all creation. There is only one God and only one way to worship him, in holiness. When we know God's holiness, we will begin to worship Him according to His holiness. Deuteronomy 12:13-14
By Brad Quiring on January 15, 2017
Holy is who God is. Holy is what God does. God works on the basis of His holiness. His word and His works demonstrate that God is distinct, unique and above all things and all people. To know how God works according to His holiness will change the way we live. Exodus 20:1-11
By Brad Quiring on January 8, 2017
God is Holy. That is who He is. He is defined by His Holiness. He acts according to His Holiness. To begin to understand holiness is to begin to understand God.
By Brad Quiring on December 11, 2016
All I Want for Christmas: Opening the Gifts of God’s Grace. Luke 1:39-56. Mary’s song of reveals a new understanding of God and people. This leads us to a new understanding of life. Rejoice and move forward in God’s grace through Jesus.
By Brad Quiring on September 4, 2016
Jesus told us to love God with all our being and then love our neighbour as ourselves. The big question isn't "How do I love God?" or, "How do I love my neighbour?" The big question is around loving myself. The key is God. When we love God, we can love ourselves. As we learn to really love God, then...
By Brad Quiring on August 28, 2016
What is your excuse? I’m not _____________________ (prepared, trained, taught, knowledgeable, mentored, choose an excuse). Amos was a farmer. Not a prophet. His dad was a farmer, not a prophet. Yet God chose Amos to speak to the king and all the people. He made no excuse nor apology when challenged by the highest religious leader of the land. Amos...