The God of the universe is more powerful than you could ever imagine. Just read about the Creation of the world, the flood, and the ark, and as Pastor Holland will share today, the plagues He brought against Egypt. What an incredible and almighty God we have the privilege of serving! God is still doing incredible things today – He’s offering new life to you. He sent His Son, Jesus, to die in your place on the cross. Salvation is the most incredible power move God has made against Satan – have you taken advantage of it?
We can easily be deceived by the world into forgetting who we are. We can lose sight and get bogged down in negative thinking and self-defeating thoughts and behaviors. But in today’s message, Pastor Holland reminds you that your identity is in Christ. You are who He says you are. He made you for a purpose and has a plan for your life. Don’t let this world speak untruth to your heart. Spend time with Jesus and get refilled with joy, find your purpose, and go out and do what the Lord commands of you.
In our culture today, we’re often encouraged to practice self-care and spend time alone to self-actualize. At the heart of it, this advice may be well-intended, but there’s no way we can know ourselves without first knowing God. In today’s message, Pastor Holland reminds us that the only One who truly knows us is the One who made us. He created you in our innermost being and knows every hair on your head. He has a purpose for you and the only way you will find it, is by spending time with Him.
One of the most fulfilling things you can experience is knowing that you made a difference in someone’s life. Well, in today’s teaching, Pastor Holland shares that God wants you to join Him in the work He’s doing in the lives of the people around you. You’ll discover that when you simply follow God’s leading and look to Him for what you need, you’ll see Him show up in your life and in the lives of the people you encounter. God will use you in ways you never expected. It’s a privilege and a joy to be a part of!
There’s some truth to the saying that everything happens for a reason. Today on Worship Life Radio, Pastor Holland shares that God uses the details and circumstances of your life to prepare you for the things He wants you to do. As you study the life of Moses, you’ll see how everything that Moses experienced helped prepare and shape him into someone who was capable of leading the Israelites. You’ll learn that God has specific roles in mind for you and He’s preparing you for them even now.
It can take a long time to develop a new habit, a new way of living. In this edition of Worship Life Radio, Pastor Holland helps you understand the difference that Jesus makes in your life. He shares that you were separated from God and others but the work that Jesus did on the cross erases those divisions so that you can live in unity again. You’ll learn that this process of learning to walk in oneness with each member of the Trinity will touch every aspect of your life and will become your new way of living.
How would you describe snow to someone who’s only lived in a tropical climate? It would be pretty hard to do because they might not even have a category for that kind of cold. It’s hard to understand something outside of your experience. In today’s message, Pastor Holland explains that you were created to be unified with God. But sin broke that connection and now you're separate from God and other people. Pastor Holland will help you understand what God intended and what this separation means in your life.
Many of us are absolutely ecstatic about the thought of the radical transformation that'll take place with our new glorified bodies. In most cases, we can also get just as excited for transformation in the here and now, such as fitness or diet. However, we don't necessarily look forward to the pain involved. As Pastor Holland will discuss in his message today, change isn't always enjoyable. In his study, you'll be reminded that transforming into the likeness of Christ isn't always easy, but the outcome is priceless.
If you've been a believer for any given period of time, chances are you've heard of the term “Christophany.” This is the appearance of manifestation of God through Christ before His incarnation. As familiar as we might be with this term, we might not be as quick to catch on to it's implications. As Pastor Holland discusses in his teaching today, this is yet another allusion to the infinite nature of God. In his study, you'll gain a better understanding of the infinite nature of Christ, both before andafter His incarnation.
Throughout the years there have been countless individuals who seek to distort, corrupt, or manipulate God's written Word. In most cases, this often comes in the form of false prophecies, or claiming that things have changed between the Old and New Testaments. However, as Pastor Holland will remind you in his message today, God's Word is unchanging and absolutely accurate. In his study, you'll learn about the stern warning that Scripture gives to those who would either distort prophecy, or claim prophecies of their own.
While there definitely was a distinct birth of The Church of Christ after His completed work on the Cross, the concept has been a part of Israel all along. More often than not, we as believers fall short of catching this reality due to the way things get lost in translation. In today's message, Pastor Holland reflects on the correlation between congregation, and ekklesia, which is where we get “Church.” In his study, you'll learn that contrary to popular belief, the idea of the Church was designed and practiced long before Christ.
As believers and followers of Christ, many of us can find ourselves asking where we're at as far as God's timeline and plan goes. From wondering when the rapture will be, or what prophecies are currently being fulfilled, it's easy to get consumed by such thoughts. As Pastor Holland discusses in his message today, the Bible actually gives us quite a few clues. In his study, you'll learn how the holy feast days as instructed by God in Leviticus point us to key events in God's timeline for man.