Listen to this well known parable of the “Good Samaritan” in its original context. Was Jesus giving instructions on how we are to treat others or was there a much deeper reason for His telling this parable? Hear also how Mary and Martha learn to love God from their hearts.
On the Mount of Transfiguration Jesus was revealed in His glory. If we would continue to see Jesus in that light every day, we might experience His power in our lives moment by moment. Listen these truths expounded from Luke 9.
The disciples were faced with this question and Peter answered well. How would you answer? Who is Jesus? Your answer will affect your decisions to follow Him as well. If He is who He said He was, then He is worth giving our lives for!
Whether they are traveling through the countryside preaching the Kingdom Gospel or sitting on the hillside with 5,000 others listening to the Master preach, the disciples find that Jesus will supply. We would do well to learn the same lesson!
It doesn’t matter what your position in life is or what means you have. Every person is in need of something. Everyone will come to the place where he must admit, “I cannot do what needs to be done!” In today’s message two people come to that place and both find the help that only Jesus can give!
Jesus heals a man in whom many demons dwell. His power over all supernatural and natural forces is unmatched. Jesus shows that He is the judge of all beings and true deliverance from all evil. Listen to this message and learn that only Jesus can change your life!
It’s one thing to accept that the Bible is true, but it’s another thing to live by it in faith! Jesus asked His disciples “where is your faith?” The challenge to place our faith in the Word is met when we prioritize it in our lives by practicing what it says. Listen to Jesus explain and illustrate this concept in today’s message.
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.