Are you going to heaven? That is THE most important question, isn't it?
The crowds that surrounded Jesus were most likely convinced of their eternal destiny in heaven just as most people today are. But were they right? Are we? On what basis?
Jesus continues...read >>
Does your Christian "walk" feel more like a desperate dash for hope & peace?
According to Christ, John the Baptist was the greatest man ever born of woman. And yet even John had his doubts and misunderstandings as Jesus' Kingdom was beginning to come through his...read >>
Jesus said that a tree is known by its fruit. Most certainly He could say the same of Himself!
In this week's section of chapter four, Matthew continues his ministry & mission of making Christ known, revealing His identity as the King, showing how--just as Isaiah...read >>
Are you honest about your past? Jesus is. He knows it all: past, present & future.
Matthew is on a similar mission of exposing the reality of your sinful past, present & future. Well, not just yours, but mine, and even his own, and lots of other people's too!
Fear will drive Pilate to fold, the Jews to deny their God, and King Jesus to be crucified.read >>
Isaiah saw what we must see. The effect of what he saw? "Woe is me for I am a man of sin..." Humility, an awareness of his sin, and, therefore, repentance: a turning to the Lord of mercy and grace... in other words: SALVATION!
So what was it that Isaiah saw? What...read >>
Ever watched a movie only to have the ending throw you for a complete loop? All your deetermined expectations washed away in reality?
As millions gather in Jerusalem, not only are the crowds convinced it's time for a national revolt, but they also believe they've...read >>
This is the second of two sermons based on John's account of the feeding of five thousand.
If a candidate were to offer a healing health care option like Jesus, or freely fed thousands as He did on more than one account, it's a pretty safe bet that they'd get...read >>