How can someone already believe in Jesus and yet the words You are the Christ, the Son of the living God be such a blessing? There must be something more to it. Your eternal destiny rides on the right answer.
Psalm 15 asks the most important question anyone can ask: who can live with God? The answer it gives is both crushing and exhilarating. Listen to find out why.
You can be really clued up on life but still miss the most important thing of all.
Everything you put your hope in, tends to let you down … eventually – except one thing.
The night before Jesus was betrayed he was in an agony so deep that as he prayed earnestly he sweat drops of blood (Luke 22:44). Was it the prospect of physical torture that drove Christ to this agony? Was he scared of death? No. It was something far worse—something Jesus calls a “cup”: “Abba, Father,” he said, “everything is possible for you. Take this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will.” What is this cup that distressed Jesus so much?
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Sermon Points: What should we think when God doesn’t answer? What should we do when God doesn’t answer? How should we respond when God answers?
Traditional church doesn’t just mean pipe organs and old hymns. You may be following “traditions of men” right now. It’s time to examine it
Listening to Solomon complain about the frustrations of work sounds a lot like what you would hear from the modern day therapist’s couch: the monotony, the stress, the futility of our life’s work being squandered by another once we’re gone! Sounds pretty meaningless. But what if there’s more than just this short life? What difference would it make to your daily work knowing the God who works? Listen to Solomon as he explores this important topic.
There is something actually available to us to cope with the most difficult trials and Jesus is only too willing to give it to us… if we ask.