A Praying Life

Jesus commands us to pray, encourages us that our prayers will be answered, and gives us His Spirit to help us pray. But before any of those, Jesus set the example of how to pray. For Christ, prayer was a habit, and expression of His loving relationship with the Father, and a necessity in order for the work of God to be accomplished. Like Christ, …read more

Our Lord's Authority

The first chapter of Mark focuses on the identity of Jesus. Jesus is revealed to be the Christ, the Son of God, the Lord, and the King. In verses 21-28, Christ's power and authority is demonstrated as He preaches truth and exorcises an evil spirit. The enemy is no match for the Almighty God.

Following Jesus

Jesus calls His disciples to make a deliberate choice to follow Him personally, closely, humbly, courageously, daily, and publicly. He will enable us to make Him known to others, telling them of His grace.

Repent and Believe Now

When was the last time it awed you, shocked you, that Jesus died for you? Has it gotten stale for you? If so, what can you do? What should you do? Listening to this sermon is a great start.

Our Lord's Baptism

Mark 1:9-11 describes the baptism of Jesus in specific fulfillment of prophecy (Isaiah 53:10, Isaiah 64:1, Isaiah 61:l-2, and Isaiah 42:1-4). Each member of the Trinity is present at this baptism. Jesus enters the water, the Father affirms that Jesus is His eternal Son, and the Holy Spirit descends to authenticate and empower Christ. In a similar way each member of the Trinity is intimately, personally, redemptively working for you and your salvation every day.

The Greatest Prophet

John the Baptist was the prophet who ushered in the new era of the Messiah. His message was a call to genuine repentance that leads to a changed life. He was humble before the almighty Christ. John foretold that Jesus the Messiah would give the Holy Spirit to His followers to enable them to walk in His ways.

The Beginning of the Gospel

Why do we want to study the Gospel of Mark? Let’s study the book of Mark to know the Lord Jesus better, to be drawn into a closer relationship with Him, to have a deepening love for Him.

Celebrating Christmas

At Christmas, we celebrate the arrival of Emmanuel, God with us. The shepherds responded to this good news delivered by the angels by believing the message and acting on it. Mary worshipped and pondered in her heart all that had been told to her about Jesus. Let us celebrate Christ’s birth by first coming to faith in Christ. Then let us tell others the Good News of salvation, meditate on Jesus and treasure Hime, and praise God for sending our Savior.

In the Fields of Bethlehem

The first people to hear the Advent message were shepherds, a group considered in the culture of that day to be untrustworthy outcasts. The shepherds were terrified as they saw a glimpse of divine holiness and might. But the angel spoke with the reassuring message, "Fear not." The good news for all people presented by the angel is a message of forgiveness and great joy. The High King of Heaven came into our world to bring grace. He is Emmanuel, God with us.

A Birth in Bethlehem

The account of the birth of Jesus in Luke 2:1-7 reveals much about three attributes and the character of God. God is sovereign: the mighty emperor of the Roman empire became the unwitting servant of God to fulfill prophecy (Micah 5:2). God is faithful: every detail foretold concerning the birth of the Messiah came to pass. God is humble: Christ came to our world, to seek and save the lost.

Christ-centered Community

Colossians 3:15-17 sets forth how we can live Christ-centered, Christ-exalting lives in Christian community. We should live in peace with one another because we have been reconciled to God through Jesus Christ. God's Word is to dwell in our hearts, and we should teach, encourage and exhort one another. All that we do should honor the name of Christ.

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