At some point in life, we will ponder and ask ourselves, "Why was I created? Why am I here? What is my purpose?" Questions like these that speak to our reason for existence have need of an answer in order for us to live in the fullness of life. One HARMFUL thought that tends to follow is: "I need to find it". However, the creature will not find what the Creator does not reveal. In this lesson, we'll explore how God orchestrates our lives and positions us for purpose.
I Will Build My Church: Luke & Acts Series
Scripture states that it was the custom of Jesus to be in the synagogues on the sabbath. On this particular sabbath, Jesus stood up to read from a portion of the prophets as was customary at this point of the service… he took the scroll of Isaiah, found the desired place and He began to read Isaiah 61:1-2…
Redemption: How Jesus Frees Us
The hero of the Exodus is Jesus. But this week we're introduced to the secondary hero, Moses. Moses was born into a climate of great affliction and oppression towards God's people. In the face of affliction, trust Jesus. He's always working his plan—even in the midst of our failure. God's plan was for Moses to deliver his people, and his plan continued even after Moses became a murderer and fled for his life. We see that God is always working his plan, even in the midst of our failure, and even
The Book of Acts
“What does this mean?” Peter takes opportunity to answer this question and address the scoffers’ claims by teaching that God raised Jesus up, whom the men of Israel crucified, showing Him to be both Lord and Christ.
Gary Jarvis • Sermon • • 2 views
Theme: Jesus as True Israel will Prevail Purpose: To see Jesus as identifying with the people of God and that he brings a hope that prevails Gospel Connection: Jesus' Incarnation experiences the whole human struggle. Mission Connection: Growing in Faith (Confidence) in God to prevail against all odds.
Frank Miller • Sermon • • 0 views
Jesus demonstrated and shared what was necessary at the end of his life. Last words I believe can be significant, so want did Jesus say? He said, demonstrated, and modeled love. We are called to love as Christ loved. Others will know Christ through our actions.