This is the third and last sermon in the miniseries I have called, The State of the Body, detailing the most serious issues affecting the evangelical church from the book…
This is going to be our second dive into looking what ails the church in the US today. Last Sunday we saw that when we look with sober eyes we…
In his lifetime Jesus did many miracles, but this one, rising from the dead is the greatest of them all. Why? Because when Jesus did other miracles like say the…
So you must be wondering, how does this interaction Jesus had with Peter apply to your life?Well, the first thing to know is anything you have done in the past…
Jesus understands that we are tired and will get tired. That is why he himself makes breakfast for us.Three lessons to focus us here are: Firstly, it is only when…
The book of John opened with the prologue in poetry form describing God and Jesus. It starts by describing God and His Word as both separate and unified. And then…
Today we are going to look deeper into Peter’s denials. When we read the Bible, we are either learning something about God or something about human nature or both. In examining how Peter reacted under pressure, we get to understand what human nature does under pressure. If we understand this well, we can look for these patterns when they arise in us so that we can be on the alert and act differently when we are tested like Peter.
After meditating over 5 Sundays on Jesus’ high priestly prayer, it is time for us to enter into his journey to the cross. This is a journey that starts with his arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane. The story is a familiar one. But every Gospel has a different emphasis and a different set of details. But we do know this that the night before he was arrested, Jesus went to an often frequented spot to pray. John tells us it was across the Kidron valley. Mark and Mathew tell us, the place was called the Garden of Gethsemane. This was ..