Jesus was betrayed in the Garden of Gethsemane with a kiss. Follow along as we study this pivotal moment in Luke 22. Get a glimpse of the beautiful relationship between God the Father and God the Son as we watch Jesus pray in the garden.
Jesus illustrates the blessings of repentance and the joy of the Father when a sinner repents. Hear from Luke 15 how the goodness of God leads us to repentance. Learn which of the two brothers you are and which you should be.
Although the Apostle Paul had many difficulties and trials, God gave him peace that passes all understanding. Trace with us the challenges and accompanying peace in Paul’s life, and learn how you can have the same peace!
In Luke 11:14-26 we see how the religious leaders in Israel during Jesus day deny the Divine power of Jesus. They cross a line over which they will never return. This passage displays an unpardonable sin of rejecting the clear work of the Holy Spirit to convict a person of the divinity of Jesus. One will never be free from sin by denying the only power to save!
Listen as Pastor Tom Henderson preaches a Memorial Day message from Joshua 4.
Many assume they will be admitted into the Kingdom, however, scripture is clear that many will miss it! Don’t let your own assumptions of the Kingdom of God cause you to not recognize it. In Luke 13 18-30 Jesus shows His followers that the Kingdom for which they long may not be theirs!
There is great difficulty in leaving a religion under which we have grown up. The security of tradition and family ties makes difficult the decision to follow Jesus alone. In this passage Jesus helps His followers to break free and embrace the truth. Study with us Luke 12: 1-12.
How is it that the people of Jesus’ day did not understand who He was? We may think to ourselves If I were alive in Jesus’ day I would certainly follow Him! But is that really the case? In Luke 11 Jesus explains the reason that so many do not “see the light.” Could you be in danger of missing the Messiah too?
Taking our relationship with God to the next level through prayer is the topic of this message from Luke 11. Our prayer life changes as we focus less on our own needs and more on the needs others. Supplication on the behalf of others challenges our motives and our relationship with God Himself. Are you ready for the next level in prayer?
Jesus instructs his disciples on the basics of prayer in our text today. Luke 11 is one of the most popular passages on prayer, and has become known to many if not most in our society today as “The Lord’s Prayer.” Listen as we discover Jesus’ response to those who asked Him “Lord, teach us to pray.”