What would be your response if someone walked up to you and asked “Who are you?”  Of course you would tell them your name first of all, but then they ask, “But who are you really?”  Would you tell them what you do for a living, or that you are a parent, or you are married, or list your hobbies? 

Have you ever wondered about the fairness of being condemned with the rest of humanity because of the sin of Adam and Eve? Think about – did you have anything to do with the choices made by Adam and Eve?

There are times in our lives that we feel called to something. Many of those times we are unsure of the calling and feel inadequate for the position. Sometimes it takes us out of our comfort zone and stretches us more than we hope, but more often than not if we are obedient we find that we are truly blessed by the experience are able to see the power of God on display.

As a Worship Pastor, I am always seeking to lead the people of God to worship “in spirit and in truth” as Jesus said in John 4. If Paul is correct (and he is) that all Scripture is profitable for training in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16-17), then we should look to Scripture for principles to guide our worship.

Those of us who follow Christ believe that Jesus is God. In fact, we’re staking our salvation and eternal lives on that. But there are many who say Jesus was “just a good man”, a powerful prophet, or a great teacher. Others say Jesus was an impostor…a wannabe God who deceived many. So how do we know beyond a shadow of a doubt that Jesus is God?