When the Word of God is heard there are many different responses to it. One of the reasons Jesus used parables was actually to restrict light to those who already had a disposition to reject it. In this passage Jesus explains the various responses and his use of parables. How will you respond?
An undesirable woman approaches Jesus and causes a stir. Jesus explains the woman’s worship by offering an illustration of forgiveness. Hear from God’s Word how forgiveness really works. Receive that forgiveness and you can’t help but to worship!
John the Baptist was struggling with doubt. When He reached out to Jesus for confirmation, Jesus’ response was right on target! Listen as we gain encouragement from the Words of Jesus and examine our own disposition toward the Truth.
Everyone seems to ask at one time or another “why does God allow such suffering in the world?” The heart of man yearns to see justice, but he is often disappointed. Is God loving? Is He just? What are we to make of it? In this passage Jesus answers with comfort and healing.
In this passage Jesus heals the servant of a Roman Centurion. This man showed such great faith that Jesus pointed to him up as an example for all, even the Jews! This humble man of great worldly authority displays for us what it means to trust Christ.
Evangelist Jeremy Coombes tells us about the salvation and healing of a woman in need. This message from the gospel of Mark is rich with the love of Jesus and His power to save and restore those who come to Him in faith.
What holds us together as a church? There is something special about belonging to a group, but there is something supernatural about belonging to the church! God has places us together for His glory and by His grace and it is the gospel of Jesus that holds us together!
How can we help others recover themselves from the Devil’s traps? 2 Timothy chapter 2 gives some insight. Strong Bible knowledge, a clean and pure lifestyle and certainly patience will equip you to reach others who are desperate for hope! Learn how to help others in Recovery.
Jesus continues His “sermon on the plain” and addresses hypocrisy among His followers. The church even today seems to be filled with hypocrites as the world is so anxious to point out. What are the dangers of hypocrisy and how can the mercy of of God cure us of this ill?
“I love people!” we might exclaim, but do we really? In this passage Luke records for us the words of Jesus as He describes how true love really acts. True love does not seek any self gratification and so it never seeks revenge for wrongs done. Jesus will challenge your thinking and test you love by this message.