Sermons categorized under Life of Christ
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The world cannot ignore a life truly changed by Christ.
The real question is not, "Who is my neighbor?” but rather "Whose neighbor will I be to those I meet today?”
Jesus is on the side of those who love little children.
We pray because everything depends on God and not on us.
When we have nothing, God gives us so much that we have plenty to share with others.
Here’s the whole Bible presented as a drama in six acts, starting with creation and ending with the Second Coming of Christ.
We can live in such a way that others see Christ in us. But for that to happen we must be broken so that the light of Christ can come shining through us.
When we pray, we are to begin by asking that God’s name be hallowed and we are to end by praising God for his sovereign rule over the affairs of men. Thus the Lord’s Prayer begins with God and ends with God.
This petition reminds us of how weak we really are. We are sitting ducks for the flaming darts of the devil. Unless the Lord helps us, we will not only face temptation, we will succumb to it every single time.
“And lead us not into temptation.” Matthew 6:13a Before we begin: What is the difference between temptation and testing? How can a temptation to sin become an avenue for spiritual growth? Does God lead his children into temptation? This is not an easy question to answer. We know what the word “lead” means-or at least […]