Two very different birds connect to those moments when we feel alone and away. However, the Scriptures also show us how to live in joy and confidence. Take a couple of minutes and discover life the way God intended it to be, in this weekly edition of Recharge Video.
Sometimes we fail to connect the cause of the blessings in our lives with the One who causes them. A trip to farm country and a verse of Scripture help us trace the good things of life back to our good God. As we do we will refine our attitudes and actions. Learn more in this Recharge Video episode.
From a vantage point over-looking the city of Charleston, Pastor Waggoner offers this question: If we want to improve our city and our world, what do we do? Perhaps we should start with God’s simple command found in today’s passage (1 Tim. 2:1-3) and discussed in this Recharge Video.
If Jesus had a “business card” what would be on it? In Revelation 1:17, Jesus introduces Himself as the first and the last. In this Recharge Video episode Jesse Waggoner discusses the encouragement this can be to you.
An empty tomb and Savior who is alive. Of all places for a miracle of eternal proportions to take place, a tomb would seem the least likely. But it was a tomb where the humility of Christ ended and the exaltation of Christ began. It was the place where the hope of the disciples died and where it was reborn three days later. It was the place where death met the power of God and death lost. It appeared to be a lasting testimony of the victory of Satan but became the ground of his eternal defeat. The tomb was closed by loving hands, sealed by hateful hands, but opened by angelic hands. It was guarded to keep robbers out of the grave; it was emptied to allow sinners into heaven. When Jesus was in the tomb it separated Him from the living, after Jesus arose, the empty tomb separated Him from every would-be savior the world has ever known.
As you reflect today on the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus, let your mind pause by the empty tomb and thank God for all it represents to you. Thank Him for the assurance of salvation gained and eternity secured. Spend a few extra moments worshiping your Living Savior!