Jesus underwent severe attacks directly from the Devil. Satan tried every scheme to get Jesus to fall into sin and render His work on earth null and void. Jesus gives us an example to follow for battling temptation and winning the victory over sin.
Have you ever wondered how much you really matter in the world? Have you ever felt depressed and lacked any value in yourself? While we should not be conceited, vain, or arrogant, God does have an answer to how much you matter as an individual in this vast universe. Psalm 8 addresses this question by explaining how God’s glory is the basis for mankind’s glory.
Why should anyone care to read the Bible? We could spend an enormous amount of time discussing this, but the Bible itself gives its own answers to this question. Everyone should read the Bible because of its character & Author. More pointedly in this sermon we learn why a Christian should take great pains to read the Bible? What benefit does someone get from it? Find out in this sermon. Passage is 2 Timothy 3:16-17 & Psalm 19:7-11
Jesus continues to share His own comfort to the weary disciples in John 14. This sermon we look out how Jesus promised us endurance to get through this sinful life because we have the promise of a new life to come.
Jesus continues to give His disciples more comfort. In this sermon learn how Jesus promised the coming Holy Spirit was to take His place and carry on His work in the life of a Christian. We do not see Jesus now, so how does He work in the world? Through His Christians who are indwelt by the Holy Spirit. Learn what this all means for your lives as a child of God.
What further comfort Jesus offer to His fearful disciples? In this section we will see that Jesus presented comfort by exhorting them to accept and believe in His full deity as God in the flesh. Learn what Jesus’ deity means for us disciples of His today.
Why should the church matter? The Bible presents 3 main images that describe the Church as well as the Church’s significance to God. Let’s look at the first of the 3 images, the Church is called the Building of God. This helps us answer why church matters, and what is the purpose of the Church?
What is sin? Is sin a real thing? If sin is real, how does one go from knowing what sin is, to having no sin?
The year 2014 has come and is now gone. What has also specifically come and gone recently was Christmas. Even though we are now almost a month past Christmas, I want to encourage you to ask yourself this question, ‘Did I make the most of Christmas?’
An introduction into a new series of ‘Why Church Matters.’ This is part one, giving an introduction of what the Church is.