“Hosanna to the Son of David! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Hosanna!” This Sunday join your voice to those on the pages of Scripture as we enter Holy Week welcoming Jesus as our king, gentle and humble.
Persecution, intimidation, and threats can be part of the Christian walk. In our Gospel lesson we’ll see how Jesus faced these during his ministry as did a missionary to Ireland named Patrick. Watch this Sunday as we look at how our God would have us respond.
Why do we believe the Bible to be God’s word? It is because the consensus of the worlds scholars says that it’s God’s word? No we believe because God’s word says that it is truth and the Spirit convinces us of that truth. Today we will look at taking a stand on the truth. Our example is Moses and Pharaoh.
New life changes every aspect of life. That goes for the death, disease, and other life changing events. New life doesn’t stop there. The trickle down of new life goes into the ups and downs of our everyday life. When this fundamental change is understood the results are dramatic. Watch to find out how you can have new life everyday.
There are common ideas that society simply accepts. Some of these views fly in the face of God’s will. This Sunday we looked at a few of the common societal trends in the light of God’s word. We’ll see that the world isn’t really so different from when Jesus walked the earth. Welcome to week three of our series, God’s Courtroom: Common Law.
“This is my Son whom I love. With him I am well pleased!” These words thundered over the Jordan River. Maybe the first reaction of the casual people bathing in the cool water that day was to run. But if we take a second to consider those transformative words, we’ll find that Jesus’ baptism and the Father’s words have incredible meaning for us even today. By faith you can take those words to heart. Yes, the Father is pleased with you because of Jesus.