We will examine the faith of Thomas and how his lack thereof relates to us. We will also talk about religion and our relationship with Christ.
My editing skills are lacking and I cut off the tail-end of the message, but know this, that Christ died, is risen, and He will come again! Hallelujah! He conquered sin and the final thing He will destroy is death. This is the good news, friends! We no longer have to fear death or even judgement. He was the ultimate sacrifice that brought healing to us, that bridged the supposed separation of God and man, that we may not live in fear and condemnation, but live life abundant! Happy Easter everyone!
Jesus came to reform the religious world, as well as to transform the human heart, but He wasn’t exactly what people were looking for. Their human perspective was blinding their spiritual eyesight. Can you see God working in our midst updating?
In this mid-week message, we will discuss sewing seeds of kindness, as we tackle Hebrews.
Nothing can separate us from the love of God, but our mindset can convince us otherwise. Isn’t it time to run back home to our Father? He never left us. He anticipates our return. It doesn’t matter what you did, His love never changes.
Take note on how Jesus uses a casual social situation to minster to the needs of the Samaritan woman at the well. This message is about our brokenness and our redemption. It also brings to mention the importance of evangelism in this day and time.
Jason Humberd worked for eleven years as a teacher, then answered his call to ministry, leaving second grade to teach all God's children from ages 2 to 110!