“A Place For Worship”
Where the word is life
Pastor Michael Joe Kearse expounds on the parable of the “Workers in the Vineyard”.
An eye opening experience is the best description of this lesson which reveals GOD’S goodness and the deceitfulness of the human heart. Why are some jealous of blessings others receive while others rejoice to see the graciousness of Christ bestowed on all? Could this parable teaching of Jesus convey more than just the grace GOD desires for all humanity? Could this parable illuminate the hidden man of our heart?
The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?
GOD spoke all things into existence with “THE TEN UTTERANCES”. As believers we understand, (or should I say accept) all things were created and exist by the word of GOD. If words are the substance of things not seen made visible by GOD speaking, then letters are the building blocks of HIS word. Without letters there are no words, and without words there is no creation, communication or instruction. Journey with us as we endeavor to unveil the mystery of the Holy tongue used to assemble the elements and all that is seen.
For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:
This is the concluding teaching on the Bible written in the stars. Here we cover the last of the twelve constellations and their scriptural meaning. Many e-mails have suggested these lessons on the heavens have inspired their faith. It is our desire to use this web site to teach things in scripture you may not be aware of. Therefore we try to go beyond the basic training of the nominal Christian’s awareness. Our goal is to strengthen the believers that their lives will be living witnesses of HIS glory. Huffman Church is an evangelistic, missions minded congregation that enjoys receiving the Old and New Testament truth of GOD’S words.
Therefore whosoever heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them, I will liken him unto a wise man, which built his house upon a rock:
Join us as we explore the eight parables Jesus taught on proper Christian prospective and behavior. Jesus’ parables are short stories that teach a moral or spiritual lesson by analogy or similarity. They are often stories based on the agricultural life that was intimately familiar to His original first century audience. Some aspect of an unfamiliar concept, such as the kingdom of God, was compared to something from everyday life that could easily be understood.