It seems like every year someone predicts the world will come to an end. It’s easy to dismiss all end time prophecies and just live for today, but we need to remember that Jesus was the first and only to accurately teach about the end times and the practical implications for everyday living.
Possessions have a funny way of possessing us. In fact, when possession turns into obsession it makes us violent. Learn this one powerful phrase that will keep you living life open-handedly before God.
There are very few instances recorded in Scripture where Jesus displays anger. The “cleansing of the Temple” is the clearest picture of what disturbs the Son of God. Yet by driving out the money changers and dove sellers, Jesus was making a much larger statement about the Kingdom of God.
Whether 1st century or 21st century, divorce and remarriage are difficult and sometimes controversial topics. This message examines Jesus’ teaching on the subject in his own words and on his own terms. Taking us back to Genesis, Jesus the master Rabbi gives us a clear and compelling word on marriage the way He sees it. It just might surprise you!
Everyone seems to have an opinion about Jesus. Some thought he was Elijah, others thought he was John the Baptist and Peter declared Jesus was the Messiah. In this message we hear from the one voice that matters the most – God himself.
Peter’s pivotal confession of Jesus as the Messiah marks the turning point in Mark’s Gospel. While Peter’s confession was technically right, he got the kind of Messiah all wrong. You can declare that “Jesus is the Messiah” but if you don’t understand the kind of Messiah he is, you still may not be following Him.