Sermons categorized under Pilate
- Attributes of God
- Bible Characters
- Conflict and Confrontation
- Death and Dying
- Death of Christ
- Divorce & Remarriage
- Heaven & Hell
- Life of Christ
- Noah's Ark
- Power of the Holy Spirit
- Resurrection of Christ
- Spiritual Growth
- Spiritual Leadership
- Ten Commandments
“I found my cross. Have you found yours?”
I am Barabbas. Every man is. Murderer, thief, criminal, insurrectionist, lawbreaker, rioter. Justly imprisoned, rightly condemned, freed from punishment by a substitute who died in my place.
Let’s lift up Jesus as the only hope of the world. And let’s invite the rebels on the other side to put down their weapons and join us in the great celebration of God’s Son, the Anointed One, Our coming King–Jesus Christ!
Today as yesterday and tomorrow as today, Jesus is the answer to the deepest questions of life.
Here’s the whole Bible presented as a drama in six acts, starting with creation and ending with the Second Coming of Christ.
You find out what you really believe when others mistreat you. Sometimes the real test of your faith is what you don’t do.
It doesn’t take deep faith or total understanding in order to be transformed. All it takes is faith that believes the words of Jesus even when you aren’t sure of anything else.
When others twist your words, do not despair. Speak the truth, explain yourself clearly, and then entrust your future to the Lord. If we trust in him, the time of chaos will pass, and we will be stronger for having gone through the struggle.
Praying “Your will be done” is an act of God-ordained rebellion. This is not a prayer for the weak or the timid. This is a prayer for troublemakers and rabblerousers.
“Your kingdom come” is not a passive prayer. If you ever decide to make the kingdom of God the first priority in your life, you may not become a missionary, but you will become fundamentally different from the world around you.