Bible Text: Isaiah 43:19 | Preacher: Seth T. Mulford When we look back over our previous year, we might be thinking it's the best ever or maybe we're just glad it's over. But I think we all understand that we serve a God of the impossible and that, while we are limited and finite, He is limitless and infinite in time and space and power. This is a great verse that reminds us of the power of our God and that there is nothing He cannot do.
Bible Text: II Timothy 3:16-17 | Preacher: Seth T. Mulford Most of you are already familiar with our Scripture for today, and it may not jump out at you, but, hopefully, the message this morning will whet your appetite for a hunger and thirst for God's Word. Many times Christians claim to be Spirit-filled, but they aren't really Word-filled. People are sometimes clueless about what is or isn't in God's Word. Just like when the US president said, "The Good Book says you ought not to throw stones in glass houses." Well, that's not in the Good Book. Or like the megachurch pastor who said in an interview on TV that he didn't really know if Jesus and Lucifer were brothers because he hadn't studied it. So, today, we will look at what it means to be Word-filled Christians.