Jesus’ brother James is intriguing. During his life he experienced a complete turn-around, a supernatural event.
Over time we can learn a lot about a person. In Caleb we see someone who trusts the LORD when almost everyone else has lost their sight of Him.
Taking matters into our own hands can lead to a real mess. However, we have a God who sees the most insignificant person, and a God who hears the weakest cry.
The great plan of God that was promised to Abram takes a big step with his interaction with Melchizedek. This ‘minor character’ shows us that God is the best!(Genesis 14, Psalm 110, Hebrews 5&7)
What does it look like to be a church that is transformed by God’s love? Paul gives us very practical implications of the gospel!
Christianity is not about self-improvement and mere moral improvement. Actually, it is about a heart-to-heart encounter with Christ that brings an inside-out transformation.
The church has a reputation for being ‘nice,’ but not to each other. The Apostle Paul urges us to walk in light of the gospel, together.
What is the hope of heaven? What difference does it make to us today?
What is the point of church unity? There is a purpose to it far bigger than we realise!
Jesus is committed to the church. He says clearly, “I will build my church.” The way he does it is incredible!
Life as a Christian in this world is hard. Peter has a reminder for us that will give us comfort and energy.
Jesus came to his disciples to bring them peace- when we are ‘on mission’ with Jesus, it is just what we need too.(John 20)
There are 3 Sundays that change everything...
Jesus, the King, changed human history. But not in the way people expected. He really has turned the world upside-down!
We cannot settle for ‘half’ of Jesus. His identity is too important. We can’t have Christ without the cross!