… forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. – Matthew 6:12
Jesus teaches us to start our prayers in heaven at our Father’s throne. Here we find both the fuel and the primary goal of all of our prayers. “Pray then like this: Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name…” – Matthew 6:9.
In Esther 3:1-15 we see Mordecai making a stand that will seemingly get him and all of his people exterminated! But God is at work, using what is seemingly a small stand by one man to set a huge trap for the His enemies and the enemies of His people. This chapter ends with the future of the Jews looking pretty bleak. How do we respond when our circumstances make it look like evil is winning? Listen in as we look beyond our present circumstances to God and His promises.
In this sermon we close out our series by focusing on what it means to love Jesus with incorruptible love. See Ephesians 6:24.
Listen in as we discuss the gospel and the difference it makes in everyday life.
Do you have tax collector faith? Listen in as we look at the parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector in Luke 18:9-14. Here Jesus warns against self-righteousness and illustrates true saving faith.
We can walk with joy through the storms of this life as we focus on God’s grace to us in qualifying and delivering us in Jesus. See Colossians 1:3-14.
Our speech can be a weapon of mass destruction or an instrument of gospel healing. In this sermon we look into Ephesians 4:29 and see that Jesus commands His followers to use their words to build up those around them. We are to speak grace.