This is a story of gratitude and faith after Jesus heals a leper. This one leper, out of possibly ten lepers who Jesus healed, who fell at His feet. The biblical references include Luke 17: 11 – 19 and Thessalonians 5: 16.
Taken from Luke 14: 25 – 33, this encouraging sermon tells us the meaning of this passage that seems to suggest that Jesus is telling that, in order to become a disciple, we must hate our families. What are we to do in our walk with Christ?
Taken from Luke 12: 49 – 56, this sermon explains the meaning behind what seems to be a very strange message that Jesus is bringing fire down to Earth and sowing discord among family members, instead of a message of hope.
This is a sermon regarding the lawyer who tested Jesus when he asked Him how he could enter Heaven. Jesus shared a parable in providing the answer. Watch to learn that answer. The relevant scriptures are Luke 10: 25 – 37 and Matthew 25.
This sermon taken from Galatians 3: 26 – 29, teaches us to be responsible to the Father in our interactions with other people. God has given us great blessings so we in turn are to be a blessing to others. Learn what and how this is developed. (Please note that technical difficulties necessitated some editing […]
Taken from John 10: 22 -30,this sermon discusses how the fact that the church leaders and people did not understand who really was, despite all of the miracles he performed. Watch how this message has a tie-in to today’s oblivious world.
This sermon, taken from John 12: 1 – 11, shows us, among other lessons, Mary’s exceptional love for Jesus through her sacrifice and her worshiping at his His feet. How could we ever match that level of love for our savior? Watch this message for insight.
This sermon is based upon the truths and lessons shown in Luke 6: 17 – 26. We learn about trusting in God for everything and that wealth and earthly pursuits cannot bring any lasting satisfaction compared with what love for God and man can accomplish.
This is an Advent message concerning the proclamation of the coming of the Messiah and how the people of that time misunderstood the true meaning of the Messiah that we know today as Jesus. The biblical text comes from Luke 3: 1 – 6.