Jesus got tired from a long walk, and sat down by a well to get a drink of water. He had nothing to draw the water with. When a woman came by and asked him how he was going to get the water with nothing to draw it, it raises the question as to how many wells and sources do we try that we can’t find a way to be satisfied? This message will show you what you seek and how to move to better water.
Powerful message from John’s third chapter.
Awesome message. The definition of righteousness will help you at about minute 28.
Series continues with an awesome message following from last week’s message. This and the last are two of the best in the series so far.
Nothing like it ever!!
Do not miss this sermon!
If you have ever wondered about your walk in faith, salvation, or your status with Jesus, this is the one.
You will learn about faith, life, repentance and your role in each of these. If you are not walking an empowered and faith-filled inspiring life, this is for you. Actually, we all need this one. You will not be the same after this one!!
Some moments we would like to take back and add Jesus into them. Would you like to “re-Jesus” some past things? Maybe learn from them and move forward? Here’s some good help.
From John 3:18-21 comes a stunning message with a strong challenge. Pastor Jonathan sees the world as a river flowing away from God toward eternal destruction. The flow is so slow that people don’t even realize they are moving away from God and gradually deteriorating.
Our task is to turn around in the river by the grace of God to face towards God, and then bring others with us upstream toward Jesus. The flow of people in society i...
We live in a world that likes to condemn one another. We don’t call what we do condemnation as we look at our world, but we will look at it in judgment. This judgment stems from an attitude of condemnation. This did not come from Jesus, as He did not come to condemn. He came to free and restore people back to God.
Continuing in Romans with Chapter 1:24-32.
Romans chapter 2:1-11 is a powerful message.
Jesus tells Nicodemus the Holy Spirit is what a person must be born of just like they were born of the flesh. Just like Nicodemus, we also miss the point Jesus is making here. The sermon will help you understand what we always seem to miss.
Just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so Jesus said he must be lifted up as well. The reason Moses lifted up the serpent was the people who belonged to God were snake bit. We also are snake bit, with the sting of the serpent’s bite of sin. Because of this bite, we have a mind that is bent on sin and not on Jesus.
Paul challenges us with powerful words. Worth a listen and consideration!!
Intimate service covering Romans 1:20-23
We are no better than Nicodemus in John 3
Paul states he is not shamed of the gospel of Christ. What is the gospel? What does Paul see might be wrong in our theology and understanding of salvation? Why does he say there should be no unbelief in God? Is he being overzealous or showing us a different scenario of what we are to embrace as truth?
If you ever wondered if you are worth redeeming or if being loved, this will take those questions off your plate. The last 20 minute...
Nicodemus comes to Jesus and shows him proper respect. Jesus offers a statement that seems to contradict what was said. But, a closer look reveals the reality of what Jesus said and what these three important verses reveal. They show us our own spiritually undersight and how the church has misrepresented the gospel. Listen and see if you agree!
Sunday night service concludes Paul’s introduction of himself.