Always a pleasure to have Pastor Jeff in our pulpit. This week he address the issue that we are not self-sufficient in ourselves.
Great to have Pastor Scott Shaw with us again. And how basis can you get than “101”? Well, Pastor Scott seems to think that Discipleship 101 is pretty basic. Listen; do you agree??
“What is this chapter doing in the Bible?” is a question you might understandably ask about 1 Kings 5. Pastor Jim believes that it just might be there to help us understand how God’s Providence plays out in life and history.
In Psalms 130 the Psalmist gives us great reason to hope in the Lord.
It’s a question most people wrestle with: What is really important for me to work on; focus on, spend time on, etc. Well, what do you know? St Paul understood this and addressed it in his letter to the Corinthian believers. Hint: The word starts with “G”.
Good intentions. Hard to argue with them. Yet, if those intentions never result in actions or change? Pastor Jeff believes that St Paul would have Christians experience some discontent with exactly that: that our intentions in any number of good things never actually come to reality.
Not quite Palm Sunday, but Pastor Jim’s sermon was fantastic on the subject! Wow! Almost unbelievable how God/Jesus made history come together that last week of Jesus’ earthly life.
Yes, Jesus did provide an unbelievable blessing for sinners!