Sermons by Kylan Kracher
Jesus did not abolish the law. He came to give us Kingdom.
Exodus 3:13-15 Acts 2:1-4 2 Corinthians 4:5-7 Ephesians 5:1-13 Ephesians 5:13-21 Numbers 6:24
As Christians, we also have the opportunity to go public before authority figures. It is important to remember that authorities have been placed in the positions they have by God. We must therefore show proper honor and respect, regardless of whether we feel they deserve it or not.
Parenting is hard. It deserves honor. But as parents we should also be careful to “raise up” our children in the “tenor” that the Lord has for them. It takes humility, patience and prayer, lots of it.
Again, your identity: remember you were formally excluded, now you are included. Jesus breaks down the wall of enmity and calls us to be unified in the church. Build on His foundation, build the temple with living stones.
Luke 19:1-7 Luke 19:8-10 Luke 18:10-14 Luke 18:18-30 Luke 19:11-27
Prayer is a discipline. It takes practice, it takes all sorts of forms and it is way more powerful than you think.
Many of us have asked, “who is God?” We have a God that is relational. God is tri – unity, the trinity. Relational since before creation. And He speaks human because He wants a relationship with us.
Why the Law in light of Grace? God gave a Promise thought the covenant the Law was our guide and the promise fulfilled in Jesus.
We are an intersection between the physical and spiritual world. Even though our bodies are temporary tents, we are being renewed day by day preparing us to take possession of a greater dwelling in heaven. So while on earth we are called to serve Jesus to the best of our ability.
Our identity should begin with being a Christian. We are chosen and our faith is the structure that we see the entire cosmos through. The outcome of our faith is the salvation of our soul.
We are blinded by the world, the Holy Spirit gives us a supernatural sight.