Sermons from March 2018
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?
Have you ever gone to church, gone through the motions of worship, and left as if nothing has happened? Seems pretty meaningless. How do you break through this to experience real communion with God? Listen and find out.
Want to know how to pray for lost loved ones?
All this time you thought the reason you only get angry or upset is because of certain people who cause you to feel that way. Jesus says you are wrong. The answer is not a pleasant one. It turns out is the problem is you.
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?
If God is all-powerful and all-good, then why is this world so full of injustice and oppression? Listen to the writer of Ecclesiastes tackle this important question.