Wouldn’t it be so much easier if Jesus set up His kingdom with us not having a choice in how things are ran? If He were to remove the human element from the equation, think of how perfect that would be. But He didn’t do it that what. Why not?
In first Corinthians 13 Paul speaks of specific gifts that will be done away with. Although he speaks to how useful those gifts were as tools for getting the Church started, he says they are not the most important. Faith, Hope, and Love are greater that these.
1st Corinthians 13 covers what love is, and also what love is not. Sunday we are going to look at examples of what is not. We will take a look at the church at Corinth and what it was that they were doing that was not an example of love. And how we can avoid […]
Love is patient and kind. Love rejoices in truth. Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.
Mother’s day. For this sermon we are going to look at James’ and John’s mother. And the passion and boldness she had for her sons.
The Church at Corinth was a church that had struggles not unlike what many of us face today. They had put things of this world before the things of God. Paul was instructing them to make sure their motives were in the right place. To do everything “because of Love.”
Worshiping God comes in many forms. Without this one form of worship, everything else we do becomes lip service.
Jesus was crucified, He died, and He was buried. Three days later He came back to life. What does that fact mean for us? Why should it even mater?
There is something within us that almost has us cheering the shrewdness of others. Jesus’ parable of the dishonest steward, has quite a bit to teach us. Perhaps even more than what we had previously thought.