The greatest demonstration of selflessness is the sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross. We're not only given the invitation to accept that sacrifice but to emulate the selfless life of the Savior. Selfless living is the focus of this teaching from Philippians chapter 2.
Biblical trust is active faith based on reasonable evidence. This series explores how the Bible defines faith, what the basis of faith is, and how trust relates to God, ourselves, and others.
The 12 apostles were just ordinary men but Jesus chose them to be his closest followers. Each was unique in his personality and giftings. In the 12 we can see the types of people that the Lord chooses to use today. If Jesus could take 12 ordinary men and turn the world upside down imagine what he could do with you!
Having faith is one thing proving it is another. Faith can only be proven through demonstration. We demonstrate the faith we say we have by what we do. In John 9 we get a glimpse of faith that obeys as we look at Jesus' healing of a blind man.
There are some things in life that are important, other things that we think we need, but then there are those that really are absolute necessities. Water and food are absolutely necessary to sustain life. According to God's word holiness is an absolute necessity if a person ever wants to see God.
What we know as "normal" Christianity is anything but. As we read the New Testament we discover that Jesus called people to be disciples. If we follow Jesus the way he calls us to it will look radical even to others who call themselves Christians.
A stand alone sermon on 1 Corithians 16:17-18.
We live in a world full of hostages. What's your captor? Perhaps you've been held captive by fear, pride, lust, or jealousy. The great news is you don't have to be a hostage. There is freedom available. Join us each week as we discover together from God's Word how to be a "HOSTAGE No More."
A closer look at what it means to be a person of compassion.
A stand alone sermon on 1 Corinthians 16:17-18.
An indepth exploration of the book of 2 Thessalonians.