If asked to name the toughest job on the planet, what job would you name? James registered his vote when he said in James 3:1, “My brethren, let not many of you become teachers, knowing that we shall receive a stricter judgment.”
Today on Victorious Life, Pastor David Crespo finishes up chapter 6 of Galatians. Paul concludes Galatians encouraging parishioners to provide and care for, their spiritual leaders. Without a doubt, they earn it.
What are we to do if someone we love, maybe a close friend or family member, has fallen into destructive behavior? It could be an addiction, a relationship issue, immorality or a host of other human failings, which damage our loved one and those they encounter.
Today on Victorious Life, Pastor David Crespo enters chapter 6 of Galatians. Here Paul answers the question of how to approach a fallen believer.
Over the years we’ve probably given and received, many birthday gifts. In time, the material gifts seem to break, fade, get lost or are just forgotten. But, when born again, we received the gift of God’s own spirit, which continues to bring forth good fruit.
Today on Victorious Life, Pastor David Crespo finishes chapter 5 of Galatians where Paul encourages us to walk in the gift of the Spirit and bare fruit, bringing glory to God.
We know from John 8:36 that, “If the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed”. And once we’re free, we naturally desire to do what pleases the Father, not out of fear, but rather to thank and honor Him, and His Son who set us free.
Today on Victorious Life, Pastor David Crespo is in chapter 5 of Galatians where we learn that the believer is no longer in bondage to the Law, but free to honor the Father thru faith in His Son.
In today’s economy, hiring managers often have several qualified candidates applying for each open position. One way to differentiate between candidates is by the zeal, or enthusiasm, they demonstrate for the work.
Today on Victorious Life, Pastor David Crespo continues in chapter 4 of Galatians. Paul tells us that, as believers, we are differentiated by our zeal, for God’s work and His Son, Jesus Christ.
When developing new products, engineers endeavor to adhere to a principle called KIS. K.I.S. stands for “Keep It Simple”. Simple designs tend to be the most effective and trust worthy. Something you can count on.
Today on Victorious Life, Pastor David Crespo starts chapter 4 of Galatians where it’s clear that God has made salvation simple, thru simple faith in Jesus Christ. And this is something, you can count on.
Managers will sometimes hold special team building events for their people to encourage teamwork and trust. One common activity is called the trust walk. Here, one team member is blind folded, while another leads them thru challenging obstacles. To succeed they must trust.
Today on Victorious Life, Pastor David Crespo finishes up chapter three of Galatians. Pastor David explains that trust is an essential part of our walk with Christ.
I’m sure you’ve heard that, “If it’s too good to be true, it probably isn’t”. We’re very cynical beings by nature. But sometimes, that good thing, actually is true.
Today on VICTORIOUS LIFE, Pastor David Crespo is in chapter 3 of Galatians where Paul continues to contend for the truth, that we are saved by faith in Christ alone, plus nothing. It seems too good to be true. But his time, it is true.
A common misconception about Christians is that we adhere to many do’s and don’ts, in an attempt to earn our way into Heaven. But the truth is quite different.
Today on VICTORIOUS LIFE, Pastor David Crespo finishes up chapter 2 of Galatians. Pastor David explains that Paul was fighting similar misconceptions and teachings. Paul puts the issue to rest by confirming that we are saved by faith in Christ alone.
In the book of James, chapter 3 verse 1, James says, “My brethren, let not many of you become teachers, knowing that we shall receive a stricter judgment.” Representing God to his people is a serious matter. You definitely want to get it right.
Today on VICTORIOUS LIFE, Pastor David Crespo is reading in chapter 2 of Galatians. Here Paul was concerned that some were straying from original gospel of Christ and was exhorting them to get it right.