In the gospel of Luke, he builds a case for Theophilus about faith in Jesus Christ in the first 8 chapters. There are 8 times where either God or spiritual beings or people give testimony to Jesus. Then Kris pointed out 4 miracles that show Jesus complete control and 4 great stories of faith. What […]
From Luke 9, Kris built a case this evening around the need to have belief in Jesus and a heart of discipleship. When we follow Jesus, our cross will not always be comfortable, our faith might interfere with our family, and the time to work for Jesus might not always be convenient.
From John 7, Nate talks about those around Jesus who wrongfully accused Him. From the own members of His family to the Jewish leaders, Jesus teaches us lessons in all our relationships.
From John 15, Nate talks about the importance of being in Christ. The branch must be connected to the vine in order to live!
“For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” ~ Rom 3:23 After our first sin, there is nothing we can do to fix ourselves. We are hopelessly separated from God without God’s redemptive plan through the blood of Jesus. Eph 2:8-9 Grace saves us through faith.
Was it the Israelites obedience or God’s power that made the walls of Jericho fall? The obvious answer is God’s power, but God would not have allowed the walls to fall without the Israelites doing what He told them to do. Our salvation is no different. Make no mistake about it: the grace of God […]
Continuing in Romans, Nate talks about the predicament of those who try to live under the old Law. The only outcome is Death, not grace, mercy, or life.
Do you have a favorite Scripture? Jesus told the Jews that the whole Law and the prophets hung upon two commandments: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and mind; and the second is like it: to love your neighbor as yourself.”
Peter, James, and John are allowed to see an amazing event when they witness the full glory of Jesus while on this earth. The Father gives perfect instruction when He tells them (and the whole world) to “Listen to Him”.
Jesus tells us about the necessity of being a good neighbor, so the question is: What kind of neighbor are you?