Sermons on John
Hold your head high for nothing else but the cross of Jesus Christ.
For a Christian, we doubt when we wonder “Is it worth it? Is it really worth it to sacrifice and follow Jesus?” And we doubt when we wonder, “Is it true?
In those moments when you are tempted to reach into tomorrow and bring it’s worries into today, Jesus says, “Instead, I want you to look around, and look for a way to participate with me in what I am doing right now, and just trust me with tomorrow.”
Jesus knew He was about to replace the entire temple system. He was about to shed His own blood for adulterous woman’s sin. He urged her “Sin not, leave your life of sin.”
Today we’re going to talk about a Renewed Love that God wants us to develop towards Him. Not just us remembering how much God loves us, but renewing our love towards Him.
Christmas isn’t about this church or even a religion. It’s about relationship with God. It’s about love, life, and a real freedom.
Worship or Tradtion: What is the true spirit of Christmas? For King Harod, the birth of the Messiah produced a spirit of self interest and a desire to protect the tradition of his power. The wise men, on the other hand, meet Christ’s birth with the spirit of worship. As Christmas nears, let’s seek God and give Him the worship and praise He rightly deserves as wise men.
Last week, we started a new series called Beyond 52: Church Outside of Sunday Mornings. Why is it called Beyond 52? Simply put, there are 52 weeks in a year. There are 52 possible Sundays that you and I could walk through the doors of a church. However, the Bible’s vision of the Church is more than just a couple hours on Sunday mornings; it’s a way of life. My hope is that this series will challenge our ideas about…
We can disagree politically and love unconditionally.
Your suffering and your pain and the bumps in the road really are not the exceptions. They are part of the story. And Jesus made it all too clear; it’s an important part of the story.