Jesus as the Resurrection and the Life ultimately conquers man’s great enemy death.
Naaman and his wife’s servant girl show us how to receive the kingdom as a child.
In Romans 12, Luke 6, and elsewhere, Christians are directed to bless those who curse us, pray for those who hate us, and so on. In this message, we examine just some of the reasons the scriptures give for this.
1 Corinthians 15:1-8
Jesus Christ’s resurrection provides the sure foundation for faith.
God’s children of all ages proclaim that Jesus alone is Messiah and Eternal King.
The people around Jesus stood condemned even though they were ignorant of their sin. Ignorance of the law does not excuse the offense, so humanity stands condemned also; but, just as Jesus, dying on the cross, offered forgiveness for those killing Him, so He offers forgiveness to us who are ignorant of the consequences of our sin, specifically in the case of abortion.
Due to technical issues, the first half of the sermon was not recorded.
While this time of year feeds individual materialism, the ‘reason for the season’ provides a gift as well. Jesus sought out people to whom He could give this gift. He doesn’t care about cultural, social, or moral barriers; He only cares about faith.
Our culture and society desperately needs an influx of righteous leadership from men, generally, and fathers, specifically. Joseph gives us an incredible example of true righteousness by understanding intent of the law instead of just judging others by the law.
What is the joy of Christmas supposed to be rooted in? Of course, true joy can only be found in Christ. And if true joy is found only in Christ, we must possess a full view of the Christ whom we attach Christmas to.