While Harbor is scattered, we’re challenging the church to read the same passage of Scripture every day to stay encouraged and connected. Here are daily boosts of encouragement based on those passages. Get the Daily Boost in your inbox HERE
When the Bible speaks about the church one of the things that we see is that the Church consists of both Jew and Greek.
Our behavior, as Christians, should be above reproach in this world not because our acceptance with God depends on it, but because our behavior will be seen by others and therefore glorify our God in heaven.
Paul reminded the Christians to stop focusing on “who is right” and focus on the fact that Jesus died for them all.
Fighting sin is a daily struggle, so every day, clothe yourself with Christ, so that Christ completely overshadows your fleshly desire to sin and pursue what is right in the eyes of the world.
“Who is my neighbor?” Martin Luther, the German reformer writes that “every man is his neighbor” even including those who “done [him] wrong” or hurt [him] by any manner of way.”
God uses these governing authorities to carry out his justice and order, to keep people safe and treated fairly, all so that societies can flourish.
You only have influence over half a relationship. The other half is out of your control. Pursue peace as far as you can, but realize that there are some situations where peace will never be possible…
Love should be real. And what does love look like? The first thing he says is that love requires that the believer should hate evil. If I love life, I’ll hate death. If I love truth, I’ll hate lies.
Spiritual gifts are not given on the basis of merit, but because God chooses to give them
We know it’s easy to read something, but for truth to root deep in our heart of hearts, to cause drastic change, it requires a mindset shift that’s literally beyond this world. So how can we do that?