God Thought 10/5/22
by Nathan Finsel on October 5th, 2022
"When we live in the past, we may miss out on greater things. We can learn from our past mistakes, but we shouldn’t dwell on them."
God Thought 9/28/22
by Nathan Finsel on September 28th, 2022
“Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?” He said to him, “ ‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.” Matthew 22:36-40
God Thought 9/21/22
by Nathan Finsel on September 21st, 2022
Patience is one of those virtues that can be tested multiple times in a day. It catches us in our best mood. But how do we practice it and how does it lend itself to unity?
God Thought 9/14/22
by Nathan Finsel on September 14th, 2022
Gentleness goes a long way in any conversation, relationship, or situation. Proverbs says that it has the ability to turn away wrath; its power is great and truly incomprehensible.
God Thought 9/7/22
by Nathan Finsel on September 7th, 2022
The beginning of Ephesians 4 has the power to change relationships, and churches around the world. Four words can do this, through the power of Christ. Four words, Humility, gentleness, patience, and love, if embraced and lived out, can foster intimacy and ignite unity at all levels of your life. Today we will focus on the first of one; humility
God Thought 8/31/22
by Nathan Finsel on August 31st, 2022
Let us not make Prayer a last resort but our first step in living out our faith with him this day.
God Thought 8/24/22
by Nathan Finsel on August 24th, 2022
Have you counted your blessing lately? To be honest, we should. Of course, God’s gifts are too numerous to count, but as grateful Christian, we should attempt to count them nonetheless.
God Thought 8/17/22
by Nathan Finsel on August 17th, 2022
“When [Barnabas] arrived and saw evidence of God’s grace, he was overjoyed and encouraged everyone to remain fully committed to the Lord." - Acts 11:23 (CEB)
God Thought 8/3/22
by Nathan Finsel on August 3rd, 2022
One of the concepts I’ve found most helpful in my own practice of theology is the Wesleyan Quadrilateral. It was articulated by Albert C. Outler to describe the theological method of John Wesley, and it names four authorities for Christian theology: Scripture, Tradition, Reason, and Experience.