This message is the conclusion of the book of 1 John. In the final chapter, John tells the reader that there are three who testify that Jesus is the Son of God. Those John calls to the witness stand are rather unusual. Listen in! But the testimony is the same: Jesus is the Son of […]
In light of difficulty that life brings, you may not always feel like an overcomer. But if you have a relationship with God, through Jesus, the writer of 1 John says you are an overcomer. An overcomer’s heart is drawn to love the One who enables him/her to overcome. Love is demonstrated by obedience to […]
The Bible tells us in the book of 1 John that God is love. God’s love was demonstrated to humanity even though humanity didn’t love God. Paul writes in the book of Ephesians that because God does not tolerate sin, those who do nothing about their sin are objects of God’s wrath (2:1-4). This is […]
Loving one another is evidence of an inner change that has taken place. A relationship with God impacts all other relationships. But personal guilt can lead to resentment of others and even hatred. In 1 John 3, we are drawn to the example of Christ who willingly laid down His life for others. Our relationship […]
There are plenty of voices speaking into our lives on a daily basis. As believers in Jesus we must be careful to discern what voices are actually true verses voices that simply sound true. The enemy is clever and extremely subtle. First John 2:18-27 warns believers about the spirit and mindset of the antichrist, which […]
God is known for His love so we might almost feel uneasy saying there is a love God hates! But we must be honest about this one. God isn’t willing to take second place in a person’s life. Yet how often are we drawn to that which the world offers in hopes of finding satisfaction […]
What is the vision for Kingwood Bible Church for this coming year? Where are we as a church going? How does it tie in with our mission which is to declare and demonstrate the gospel of Jesus Christ to build up His church? Listen in to hear the vision.
For this Christmas eve service, we light the final advent candle, remembering Jesus who has come into the world. Although the world is described by the gospel writer John as being a dark place, Jesus came as light. While light exposes that which can be hidden in darkness, it brings about what is truly good. […]
This Christmas Eve morning worship service lights the fourth advent candle and focuses on Immanuel, meaning “God with us.” We hear what God with us means to each of us on a practical level. Then we focus on the rest of the nativity narrative found in Luke 2:1-20. Humility is laced all throughout these verses […]
Prophetic words from the Old Testament indicated that the coming Messiah would be born in Bethlehem. Joseph and Mary lived in Nazareth up until the final days of Mary’s pregnancy. But God had a plan, using a Roman emperor named Caesar Augustus to get his people to the exact location they needed to be.
For this second week of advent we consider the word “hope.” While Mary was given opportunity to carry the Son of God, she also would have been confronted with hardship stemming from cultural stipulations placed on her. She had to wonder how her family, her community, and even her soon-to-be husband would respond to pregnancy. […]
For this first Sunday of advent we look at the theme of promise. The promise of a Savior goes back to the beginning in the Garden of Eden when Adam and Eve first sinned. This promise continues to unfold as time moves forward. God knew people would choose the path of disobedience, so He provided […]