Pastor Scott shares a message in our Exalting Jesus series that is perfect for Mother's Day! Prayer is a discipline that we all need to work on more!
Sermon Category: Exalting Jesus
The word 'kingdom' is used in different ways, in the Bible. Pastor Scott gets deep into what the kingdom meant in this passage of Luke, and what it could mean for us, today.
Humility was elusive to the listeners of Christ's sermons. He dug into it in this sermon, brought by Pastor Scott.
Dan Travis, a retired pastor in our church, preached this week, carrying on in the "Exalting Jesus" series in the Book of Luke.
This is a sobering message, and you will be left with the strong message that there is no bridge from Hell to Heaven!
The religious leaders were being their typical judgmental, prideful selves, and Jesus decided to tell them three stories that would hopefully reveal their sin to them.
Pastor Scott concluded the series-within-the-series on Sunday about Jesus' evangelism, and what we can glean from it. Honesty is the key when sharing the gospel. If we only share that God is love and we need to love, we are leaving out the just character of God, as well as holiness.
Sometimes we think we know who "might be a good Christian" and we spend much time trying to help them accept Christ--when in reality we need to spread the gospel, to whomever we can, and leave the rest with God. God didn't choose people based on their talents or social status.
We not only need passion, confidence, and urgency, while sharing the gospel--we need courage. Pastor Scott continues the Evangelism mini-series in the Book of Luke.
Part Two of Pastor Scott's three-sermon series on Jesus, the Evangelist.