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.
Malachi 3:10 tells us to “try it” meaning for us to bring our tithe in. For us to put God to the test. For us to put our trust in God, for us to see just what it is that He will do for us. This Sunday we hope to discover just that. What is […]
The Church at Philippi was able to do a few things that God was particularly fond of. And when we do things that please God, He notices. And He is quick to reward those things.
Jesus talks in three different parables in Luke chapter fifteen. Each one of these parables speaks to a level of love that God has for us. It shows us the love that we are to have towards the people around us, that have yet to come into contact with the love of God themselves.
Why does Jesus tell us to teach them to obey all that He has commanded? What does this obedience mean for me? “Faith never knows where it is being led, but it loves and knows the One who is leading.” – Oswald Chambers
Continuing on with the great commission. We see that Jesus tells us to baptize people. The intriguing part is what Jesus is not saying. In what He doesn’t say, we start to understand what our role is in all of this.
Jesus wants us all to be disciples of His. He wants us to be followers who not only embrace, but assist in the spreading of His teaching. One of the best parts of being a disciple is that He doesn’t expect us to do it alone. He promises that He will help us.
Jesus called James and John “sons of thunder”. It seemed like at times they forgot who they were and who they were with. Is it possible that we have a little bit of James and John in each of us? If so what are we to do with that?