Results for Year2018Keyword:Glorify --found 13 results
The Year of the King --Steve Klein (DEC 30, 2018)
Every year we live should be counted as ?the year of our Lord? (Anno Domini, AD), because we are living to glorify the King, both now and forever.
Psalm 45: A Song of Love --Gary Boyd (AUG 5, 2018)
He is King of Kings and Lord of Lords. We should glorify God after contemplating this passage.
The Beautiful Name of Jesus --Steve Klein (JUL 22, 2018)
The name of Jesus blesses our lives richly, and in His name we are empowered and motivated to do so many meaningful things. The name of Jesus is to be engraved on our hearts. Glorifying His name is the goal of this life and the reason for the life to come.
Summer 2018 Young Adult Series - Choices that Glorify God (Matthew 5:10-16) --Wayne Holt (JUN 16, 2018)
Glory Days! Trading ordinary days for His glory days! --Steve Klein (MAY 20, 2018)
While humans tend to look back in their lives at their ?glory days,? the real glory days are those that we live to glorify God. For the Christian, there will be an everlasting glory day.
A Crown of Thorns --Steve Klein (APR 22, 2018)
The point of the crown of thorns! Another lesson in the series on we will Glorify the King of Kings.
King In My Heart --Steve Klein (APR 15, 2018)
If I acknowledge Jesus to be the King of kings, I must allow Him to be King over me. If Christ is on the throne in my heart, I can have no other King not myself, or an idol such as money, pleasure, or lust. This is another lesson in the series in "Glorify the King of King".
The King of Glory --Steve Klein (APR 1, 2018)
Christ is the KING OF GLORY. Psalm 24 explains why this is true, what we must do to stand in His presence, and why He must be received as our King. This is another lesson in the series in "Glorify the King of King".
The Authority of the King Expressed in Scripture! (2 Peter 1:20-21) --Steve Klein (FEB 25, 2018)
The urge to re-interpret written standards is nothing new. We see it frequently in our courts, in revisionist history, and literary interpretation. But dare we interpret the expressed written will of our King to suit ourselves? This is another lesson in the series in "Glorify the King of King".
Majesty of the King --Steve Klein (FEB 11, 2018)
The Majesty of a Monarch is unfamiliar to modern Americans, but it is a crucial concept for all Christians to grasp if it is our intent to "Glorify the King of Kings."
Glorify in Word and Deed --Steve Klein (JAN 21, 2018)
The world does not know the King of kings. It is the privilege of every citizen of the Kingdom to enable the world to see the glory of the King through our words and actions!
Living Life to Glorify the King (Fulfilling your reason for being Ephesians 1:12, 1 Peter 4:11, 1 Corinthians 10:31) --Steve Klein (JAN 14, 2018)
The purpose of our being is to glorify the King! We do this through Appreciation, Adoration, Affection, and Submission. The King is glorified by subjects who are willing to die for Him, especially when they first show that they are willing to live for Him.
We Will Glorify the King of Kings --Steve Klein (JAN 7, 2018)
This lesson introduces our theme at Eastside for 2018: ?We Will Glorify the King of Kings.? The Scriptures identify Jesus as the King of kings and reveal why He occupies this exalted position.
There is coming a day, which no man knows, when we will all be judged according to God's Word (John 12:44-50; Matthew 7:13-27 and II Timothy 2:15). We strive to worship God according to the pattern, which has been set forth in the New Testament. Read More »