This sermon, taken mainly from Luke 4: 14 – 30, tells us the time when Jesus first begins His ministry where He begins bringing everyone into belief and to the weary and troubled people, gives peace and redemption. Two things to look for: 1.) Watch to find the meaning of being filled with the Holy […]
In this sermon we learn about being humble and following and learning from the Holy Spirit instead of being to much in this broken world. We need to tell everyone about Jesus, who is perfecting all of us through our faith in Him and would do this for all who come to believe in Him. […]
He is the center of God’s purpose and is currently at in us and for us.Coinciding with the new year, this sermon shows that every day in Jesus is a new beginning. The relevant scriptural reference comes from John 1: 1 – 18.
Taken from Luke 1:39 – 45, this story of Mary and Elizabeth illustrates that Jesus in us is the best gift anyone can receive. We also learn that we can always look to Christ and just let go. See how here.
Taken from John 8: 33 – 37, this sermon shows us who we should be thanking on this Thanksgiving and every year thereafter and why. (Note: no titles this week due to ongoing computer issues.)
A twist on the story of the Pharisees ans the poor widow, this sermon shows us how we are to live based on the hypocrisy shown by these early Jewish leaders contrasted with the widow’s true faithfulness and selflessness. The main biblical reference is Mark 12: 38 – 44.
Taken mainly from Hebrews 7: 23 – 28, this sermon is a must-see video, especially for unbelievers. We can rest in Jesus because He was made High Priest over creation through the promise made by the Father but we have to believe if we are to partake of this rest.
Based upon Hebrews 5: 1 – 10, this sermon shows that we must learn the importance of Jesus being called our high priest, not just at the time that the book of Hebrews was written but for all time.
Do you believe in suffering and prayer and how they relate? If not, you need to watch this sermon and learn about the power of prayer and what will happen as we live in this world of ours. The main text comes from the book of James 5: 13 – 20.