There are several claims to consider in regard to Jesus and Christianity, but the most necessary thing is to reflect on the Life, Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. In this sermon we study the historical claims of the resurrection and how, if true, that reality touches EVERYTHING in our lives.
For many people who read the letter of Hebrews, Melchizedek seems like an obscure figure to bring up. However, the author is making an important point of the inferiority of the sacrificial system compared to the final, once and for all, sacrifice of Christ.
It's not unusual for our spiritual lives to stagnate- church becomes ritual and the Bible becomes boring. We wonder, where is the full life Jesus promised? Where is God? In Hebrews, we see that boredom and isolation are not normal to the Christian life. We should be constantly pressing onward to maturity and an active life of Faith.
The culture defines our identity by what you do, while Jesus invites to ground our identity in who we are in Him. In Jesus' encounter with two sisters, we see how a distracted and busy heart can keep you from sitting and knowing Him, but his invitation for us is to rest and be near.
Over the past eleven years I’ve had the opportunity to be a Pastor with the specific task of building, cultivating,…
There are several claims to consider in regard to Jesus and Christianity, but the most necessary thing is to reflect on…
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