The following is the intro to my sermon this Sunday, September 30th, 2012 How can you be sure you’re saved? When I was a Jr. High Youth Pastor…each week it seemed like we had someone new accept Christ as Savior…they would be overcome with the joy of the Lord and say that they […]Read More How can you know you are saved?
Francis Schaeffer said – “There are no little people and no big people in the true spiritual sense, but only consecrated and unconsecrated people.” Schaeffer was talking about how Christians often think they are too small minded, too insignificant, with too little strength, talents, or influence to make a difference and therefore do nothing to […]Read More No Little People
First, back then most Rabbis were married. So culturally speaking it would have been normal. Second, if Jesus was married he likely would have had children. This would have created a problem because then people would say his children were literal grandchildren of God the Father. The orthodox view of Jesus’ nature is he was […]Read More Does it matter if Jesus was married?
Have you read the article titled “Harvard scholar’s discovery suggests Jesus had a wife”? In this article the scholar says that the partial manuscript (1.5 inches by 3 inches), which was written in the 4th century AD says, “Jesus said to them, my wife.” This fits in perfectly with what I just preached last Sunday […]Read More Was Jesus married?
Dear Grace, God is doing something awesome in our midst and at the same time Satan would love nothing more than to find a weakness to stop the work of God. So what can we do about this? We need to continue to build an environment of trust and right relationships. How do we do this? […]Read More Churh Fellowship and 1 John 1:5-2:2