Paul tells us that the Marks of a True Christian are loving others with a brotherly love. Blessing those that persecute us, weeping with those that weep, and rejoicing with those who rejoice. We, as Christians, should be loving those that are a part of our personal community and those outside of our personal community.
We all drift in life at times, particularly in spiritual life. With 2020 being such a difficult, tense and particularly lonely year – how do we guard against drift?
Heaven is the best thing most people don’t think about. What exactly does it look like? What makes it so great? For many people, these questions are difficult to answer. In this sermon, we look at a moment where the resurrected Jesus spends time with his disciples on a fishing trip. From this “normal” and […]
Jesus is alive! Just as he predicted, on the third day after his cruxifiction Jesus is raised from the dead. The resurretion is the pivotal point in history. The resurrection proved the bible is true and trustworthy, ensures believers eternal life, proves the deity of Jesus, and it is the hingepin of the entire bible.
We covered 4 big character traits of Jesus that should be evident in us. First, Jesus being the servant King. Jesus came to serve and we should look at ways we can serve others, not just when it is convenient to serve, but also when it is not convenient or it stretches us. Secondly, Jesus […]
Of all the ways God could have arranged Jesus’ arrest, he chose to do it in a way where Jesus would be betrayed by one of his closest friends. Deep betrayal from a loved one is one of the worst experiences someone can have and yet, Jesus knows what it is like to experience. In […]
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