Some Bible scholars believe the psalmist and prophet Asaph, a contemporary of David, wrote Psalm 81 specifically for the Feast of Trumpets. Join Jaime Sherman at ufcwomen.blog today as we look at this feast and what the shofar's call means for us today.
For today's Q&A, Jamie Harms sat down with Pastor Brett Gilchrist. Below are the questions she asked him and a summary of his answers. Brett preached Sunday from Colossians 3:1-17. During the message, he highlighted eight characteristics from verses 12-17 that disciples must put on to function within the church community — compassion, kindness, humility, meekness, patience, bearing with one another, forgiveness, and love. If you haven't listened yet, the link is included in this post. Just before the message, we had the privilege of hearing Romans 12:3-8 read in French by a dear brother, beautifully foreshadowing the diversity we will enjoy in the future as believers from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, worship the Lamb of God together (Revelation 7:9).
Psalm 19 continues to connect beautifully to our study of the Ten Commandments, and today we're going to walk through memorizing and studying verse 14.
Today we're offering a few ways to pause in God’s created world, even for just a few minutes each day, and allow it to direct our worship to God alone. As we engage our senses in the natural world, we declare, “Holy, holy, holy is the LORD of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory” (Isaiah 6:3).
The Christian church around the world celebrates Palm Sunday today, marking the day nearly 2000 years ago when Jesus mounted a donkey’s colt and rode into Jerusalem, where Passover pilgrims declared Him to be the next king of Israel. Join us at ufcwomen.blog as we declare, "Hosanna! Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord, even the King of Israel!"