What do we hope to accomplish on our own? What do we strive for? As we look at Christ’s picture of the the vine, we look at how He describes the Christians and their fruitfulness in Him.
This week we review what it means to be a disciple. We look at the way Peter was called, and what the calling of a disciple meant to his life. How is it we live, and do we live our lives as disciples of Jesus?
Today we review the story and history of the Wise Men as they sought Christ’s birth. Do we seek him still, with the same watchfulness, and the same expectation? We look at the scriptures speaking of the time Christ will come again, and ask the question: are we still living ready for His coming?
This week we look at the history of the line of the Magi, who Daniel ruled over. We then look to the history of the kingdoms, leading up to Herod’s time ruling the Jews.
We then look to the gravity Daniel’s words held, and the power of his positions.
This week we recap the history of Israel up to until the captivity of Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah. We then look at the lives of these men, especially of Daniel. What effect did they have, did Daniel have, upon his world?
Sermon text: Luke 4:13-30
This week we look at the purpose for Christ coming, as He explained it.
Sermon Passage: 2 Corinthians 4:7-12
Today we look at how life is seen in the world, and how life’s value is interpreted. We look in contrast how Paul describes our lives- we may be ordinary, like jars of clay, bud God has entrusted to us the treasure that is the Gospel.
Do we share God’s message with boldness? Paul challenged believers with the picture of Moses veiled, sharing God’s law. How much more confidence can we have, now that we have the gospel of life to share?