"Jesus" Tagged Sermons
From time to time we become aware that there are gaps between the world we live in and the way Jesus has taught us to live. In this new series, we will explore Jesus’ teachings from his sermon on the mount.
Going public with our faith requires boldness. In the book of Acts, the apostles are shown to be bold witnesses for Christ. This week we explore the recipe for being bold in our witness. First is to have time with Jesus. Second is to be a part of a community. Third is to pray big prayers.
Do you see people the way Jesus saw people? Do you find yourself looking to something or someone other than God to quench you spiritual thirst? Do you represent Jesus in fullness of grace and truth? Jesus portrayed the fullness of grace and truth, not a balance of the two, and it is important to understand the difference between these two ideas. We should be passionate because of experiencing Jesus.
Luke 22:31-34 John 21:3-11 John 21:15-19
Luke 19:1-7 Luke 19:8-10 Luke 18:10-14 Luke 18:18-30 Luke 19:11-27
When I face challenges, do I factor in God’s provision? Am I looking to Jesus to satisfy my spiritual hunger? How hungry am I for more of God? John 6:1-15 John 6:25-40 John 6:51-56 John 6:66-69 Matthew 5:6
Luke 7:36-40 Luke 7:41-50 Jesus welcomes sinners Sinners welcome Jesus
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.
Who do you think Jesus is? That is a question with an enormous impact. He is Lord and Savior.