Hello Metro, We have access into the grace in which we now stand. Church, may the love of God be poured out in your hearts this week! Scripture Reference Romans 5:1-5 ...Keep Reading
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God has a purpose for us on this earth. That calling is to be on mission for God where He has placed us. And since many people spend the majority of their waking hours on the job, we have to stop compartmentalizing life into “spiritual activities” and “work activities.” How are we living examples of the gospel while we work? ...
God showed Peter that just as there is no “clean” and “unclean” food, there are no “clean” and “unclean” people. God calls believers to tell everyone the good news about Jesus, no matter who they are or where they come from. Jesus is the Lord of all....
Jesus entered Jerusalem, which ultimately began His march toward the cross. Jesus’ entry was triumphant, and people welcomed Him as they would welcome a king. Jesus was the King, not like an earthly king who might deliver his people from oppression, but the King of all, who would deliver His people from sin! Do you live your life with Jesus as the King of all? Who do you...Keep Reading
Last night was the last lesson of our study on God’s glory. Entitled “Glory To God Through Us.” The point of the lesson was that our students would understand that God is given glory as they live out their everyday lives, especially during tough times, and that they would accept the challenge to be more identified with Christ through their daily actions and interacti...Keep Reading
Hello Metro, Here is a review of Sunday morning. Scripture Reference 2 Peter 1:3-4 Main Point The gospel contains all that I need for life and godliness. “The mere fact that God tells me to stay inside the gospel at all times must mean that He intends to supply all of my needs as long as I am abiding in that place of luxury.” —Milton Vincent Discus...Keep Reading
At the Last Supper, we see Jesus as a picture of the One who came not to be served, but to serve. He kneeled before His disciples to wash their feet, which was a job that the most lowly servant in a household would do. Jesus showed His love for His disciples, and even washed the feet of Judas, who would soon betray Him. Jesus didn’t just die for His friends or for people...Keep Reading
Did you notice what was embedded in the questions Chris asked this past Sunday? Explore something that was in each one of them and serves as our friendly signpost for life as Milton Vincent would say...Keep Reading
So, have you made plans to go see the Grand Canyon yet? I hope that we all came away Sunday morning with this realization; no matter what we ever see in creation that inspires worship and awe, it doesn't compare to the glory we can experience when we get a glimpse of God! Take time to reread 2 Corinthians 3:7-4:6 this week. Note the progression from the glory that God gave...Keep Reading
Hello Metro, Inside of the gospel I have all the protection I need from the powers of evil that rage against me. What a promise! Oh I need to not only know this, but appropriate this in prayer, in thinking and in living. I see a connection with every stumble in my life; a failure to live inside the good of the Gospel. Let’s remember Metro, that Jesus battled Satan&...Keep Reading
We want to see the Kingdom of God built in Casselberry and surrounding areas. This is the location that we’ve set down roots as a church family and we want to serve our community well. More than that we have a vision for something far greater than the name of one church in the area, to that end Metro Life Church and Church Together are partnering with one another for our...Keep Reading
“Well done, good and faithful servant!” Every believer, as a servant of Christ, has the task of serving God with his or her life. We eagerly wait for the day we can share in the joy of our Master. Heaven is the joy of knowing, worshiping, and enjoying Jesus forever....Keep Reading