In this message you'll hear exclusive details about the conversation Jesus had with the two criminals nailed to his right and his left. That conversation had eternal consequences that still affect us today.
Sermon Tag: Grace
The season of Lent is a time to reflect on our life's choices, repent of our sins and find renewed hope in our Savior Jesus. Jonah chapter 3 is a special chapter of God's word that will help us do exactly that.
The story of Judah and Tamar reveals two powerful truths: concealing your sins can ruin your life while confessing your sins can unburden your soul and allow for God's forgiveness and peace to change you from the inside out.
You might assume that since Jesus was perfect the people in his family would have been also. But that's not the case. Abraham is one of Jesus' ancestors and though his story is known around the world, he still had his glaring flaws. Flaws you'd assume would disqualify him from being part of God's family, but they didn't. And that's good news for you and for me.
Although the Protestant Reformation took place over 500 years ago, it's still a wonderful reminder that God is continually reforming His church into His image.
There is no such thing as a perfect family and every family deals with some degree of dysfunction. The question this message explores is how do you deal with that dysfunction in a God-pleasing way.
In this message the wise King Solomon gives us the answer to finding true meaning for our lives.