Tag Archives: Peter
As a pastor, I have learned that feeding the portion of God’s flock given into my care is an incredible responsibility and a great joy. Like all work, it has its ups and downs, but serving the Lord is tremendously rewarding. More importantly the Lord teaches us that all of His children have a work […]
This week’s message looks at the simple command of Jesus Christ to follow him. At the core of Jesus’ ministry is a return to the simplicity found at the beginning of time when God dwelled with the first man and woman. Jesus called his disciples to follow him. Without turning to follow Jesus, we would […]
In the third part of the series on holiness, Elder Jason Solomon, addresses the complexities of balancing grace and obedience in our pursuit of holiness. This ancient struggle is perhaps the greatest challenge to walking the strait path in the Kingdom of Heaven here and now. As in all things, we must remember that all […]
Second in the series concerning Holiness, Elder Jason Solomon explores the appointment to holiness upon God’s people in the Old and New Testaments. Starting with the most holy work of Christ to atone for sin, this message addresses the parallels of the Levitical priesthood and the calling of the entire Church to be a nation […]
First in the series concerning Holiness, Elder Jason Solomon explores the vastness of holiness in the Bible, the absolute holiness of God, and command to holiness given in the Old and New Testaments. Listen and comment below. You can also view the companion Bible Study here.
Elder Jason S. Solomon Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. – Matthew 5:8 When I consider the beatitude above, I wonder, how can I be pure in heart? I have sinned, and I am often tempted like other men. Indeed, how can anyone be pure in heart? Haven’t we all […]
What kind of faith do you have? Do you have just a some ho-hum kind of faith or do you have “some kind of faith?” In Revelation 3:14-16, Jesus encouraged the church of Laodicea to be zealous for their works were lukewarm. If the flame of our faith is low, then the heat of our […]