Jesus stood in a boat during a storm on the Sea of Galilee and announced, “Peace,” and there was peace. If Jesus can do that, He can deal with whatever it is that you come across in your day-to-day life.
The kingdom of God is a contrary kingdom, because it doesn’t operate like the kingdoms of this world. Do we belong to this kingdom and do we have ears to hear what the King has commissioned us to do?
For Rural Missions Outreach Sunday, we looked at Jesus' parable of the sower and four responses to the hearing of the Word. What kind of response is the Word going to have in our heart and our mind, and are we going to love people enough to proclaim to them this Word?
Jesus is ushering us into His family, where, though we are not perfect, we are spurning each other on in what it means to believe Jesus is Lord and obey what He says.
Jesus is going to say that God will forgive you of any and all sins that you commit in your life, but that there is one sin that is possible for you to commit, and that if you commit this sin, you will not be forgiven.
The same extraordinary God, who built His Church on twelve ordinary men, continues to use ordinary men and women, today, to further the advance of His Kingdom in the world.
This is a stand-alone sermon by Ross Taylor.
This is a stand-alone sermon by Dean Splane.
When we practice the Sabbath, we are embracing a gospel that says we are accepted by God on the basis of Someone else’s work—the work of Jesus.
Fasting turns our attention away from ourselves and on to Jesus. We fast as we await the day when Jesus will return and our hunger pains will be no more, because we will be satisfied by Him.