Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 5,216 views
I suspect that over the course of your like you have had one or two “aha” moments. It may have been in response to something you heard, something you read, or something you saw. It would have been a time when you gained a new insight or a new clarity that became like a missing piece of a puzzle. It may…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 12 views
Matthew 5:4 “Blessed are those who mourn, because they will be comforted.” (HCSB) This text makes no sense at first reading. Is Jesus actually saying that the second step in the quest for happiness is to mourn? I checked to see if there might be some significance to the Greek word used for mourn that…
Doyle Hayes • Sermon • • 11 views
The Mourners Matt 5:4 Introduction --Warren Wiersbe in his book Live Like A King said , --"If you want to know a person's character, find out what makes them laugh." --This test is not infallible, because we all have our weak moments --What we laugh at and what we weep over indicate our values of life…
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We all mourn. The difference between those who receive the divine grace of comfort and those who do not receive that divine comfort is in the coming to Jesus. The comfort of God is always near to us, but if we refuse to come to Jesus we will never have the comfort that is closer to us than our own breath – for it is the comfort of the life of God himself in us!