Jesus while on earth lived his life in such a way that he transformed people lives through grace. We as Christ followers and possessors of God’s grace are called to do the same. In Jesus prayer for His current and future followers he prays for a radical style of living. He prays that His followers would not belong to the world, yet that at the same time they will not be taken out of the world, John 17:14-15. What does this look like?
Using the teaching of Jesus in Matthew chapter six one can find four spiritual disciplines that Jesus assumes a Christ follower is to do. These expectations by Christ should be considered some of the main tools for faith growth or tools one might keep in the top tray of their tool box. The first spiritual tool or discipline is found in Matthew 6:1-4 the spiritual practice of helping others.
This message deals with the recent racial tensions that are gripping our nation and what an app
The pastor shares God’s revelation through a week of stress and trials.
Faith in Christ is not a one time event at the new birth, but faith is a continual event that enables one to overcome the evils of this world and consistently share God’s love with others.
The message shares how God deals in love with the individual not fear. In fact, God’s love expels fear.
This sermon continues looking at our relationship with God. Due to our relationship with God we have the action of love toward others. This proves authenticity as a child of God. Belief in Jesus produces love for others, opportunity through prayer, and more. . .