Hearing the Word is the first step toward knowing God. There are certain things that can easily get in the way of our understanding of the Word--Pastor Scott shares what these are, which helps us fight against them!
Sermon Category: Exalting Jesus
The one who has been forgiven the most will love the most. Great love comes from great forgiveness. What do these statements mean, and how are these conclusions drawn from a parable in Luke?
The "greatest in the kingdom" or the "least in the kingdom" -- which of these are we supposed to want to be? Pastor Scott does a great job in explaining a couple of tough biblical concepts in this sermon.
Pastor Josh taught through the passage today, exalting Jesus - in the Book of Luke.
We can learn so much by watching Jesus in his dealings with people. The centurion had some good qualities that Pastor Scott brings out in today's sermon.
Pastor Scott takes us to a topic that we typically think we understand very well. We always remember the first words of the passage - "Judge not..." but we forget that the passage doesn't end there. Don't miss this really convicting message.
'Love your enemies' is a phrase that we've all heard hundreds of times, but there is a lot more to it than we realize! Pastor Eric taught us the depth of this passage in the Book of Luke, today.
When we think of being blessed, we think of monetary or at least material blessings. Jesus teaches in the Sermon on the Mount that there is much more to being in the "blessed group" or the "woe/cursed group". Pastor Scott helps us learn a lot about that!
Jesus had different objectives than the scribes and Pharisees. They tried to trip Him up, but it just never worked. Pastor Scott taught us about Jesus' interactions on the Sabbath, and how to Him, it wasn't "work", as they had claimed.
Jesus' calling of Levi to be one of his disciples got the scribes and Pharisees all in an uproar, and when Jesus attended the celebration, they moved in, to question Him. He was eating with "tax collectors and sinners," they said. His response really put them in their place!