Who is able to save us? The Hebrews of Jabesh-gilead, under seige, feared they would have no rescuer, just as people throughout the ages, beseiged by sin, have also longed for a savior. For them, King Saul was their answer. Who is it for us? Listen as visiting pastor Alan Conrow explains with the text from 1 Samuel 11:1-15.
Hate to break it to you, but you are probably not as wise as you think you are. In this sermon from 1 Corinthians, Pastor Jeff challenges the idea that human beings can really figure out solutions to our individual and collective problems.
One of the delightful experiences in life is to watch someone do or create something which gives them an extraordinary amount of pleasure. It is difficult to comprehend that God would get a great deal of “pleasure” from this or the other activity, but to think he gets it when he acts to change sinful humans into his servants, his children, his treasured possessions; this will blow your mind.