Jesus said that He came to salvage the world, not to judge it; yet, His words are the standard by which all will be judged. To reject His Word (the commandment for eternal life that He received from His Father) is to reject Light, reject salvation, reject eternal...read >>
How do you define 'grace'? Probably a good idea to make sure your definition and that of the Scriptures line up.
"Even some of the religious leaders "believed", John said; yet, clearly their "faith" was insufficient as John continue to make them the target of this...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 >>
Can we trust a Man who speaks in such ways and says such things that we can't get our minds all the way around?
The Jews had it right... they'd read their Law and knew that David's throne was an eternal one: the coming Messiah should reign forever. Yet, according...read >>
We were designed to run on glory! Glory is fuel for life. We love power, beauty, knowledge, mercy, grace.
Nowhere else is God's glory manifested before our eyes as in the Son of God at Calvary. Come see and proclaim John 12.31-33.read >>
What a difference knowledge and understanding make. Without it, where would be in this battle against sin? With it, however, we know that Jesus has already won the war, though the faith-filled battle wages on.
Our Shepherd & Savior strengthens knees that are...read >>
Using several different examples from the Bible, pastor paige makes an effort to answer the resounding question from last week's sermon: "How do I die to self?"read >>
A seed is a marvelous thing. So much potential packed into such a small package. Hundreds upon thousands of pounds of produce from one little capsule. Isn't God providential?!
But unless that seed undergoes a deep, thorough, and permanent change (even a death) it...read >>
The hour has come? What does that mean?
Not just any hour, but the hour for Him to be glorified! But isn't this a strange way to glorify the Son?
Riding in on a donkey, squashing Jewish hopes of their kind of Messiah, being rejected by His own people... even to...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 >>
Jesus is forever human... one of us. When He humbled Himself and took on flesh, it was forever. It is important for us to remember His human side less we forget that this relationship we have with Him is an everyday thing, not something we experience one event at a...read >>
Where else should we find ourselves than at the feet of the King. Mary got it right! Big time... more than even she was aware.
Join us today as we proclaim John 12.1-8.read >>
A bit of a transition passage in store today. We start in Bethany, move to Ephraim, and back to Bethany... just when the fire is hottest and Jesus is in the middle of it!
At first glance, it look as though King Jesus may be on the run from fear of losing His life....read >>