Let us learn a lesson about faith, hope, and charity, as seen through the selfless gift of a widow, and let's contrast that with her oppressors, the scribes. Let our faith and trust in God be increased!
Are you ready to meet the King of Kings and Lord of Lords? I want to be ready! In this sermon we will focus on the powerful presence of God and talk about the saints before us and what they can teach us today.
The followers of Jesus tried to prevent blind Bartemaeus from experiencing Jesus, but they were blindsided when He called this beggar to come to Him. In this sermon, we ask ourselves, "am I preventing others from coming to Jesus?" Let us be blindsided with the grace of Jesus, that offers healing to all - the least, lost, lonely, the broken, - to all!
This message isn't an easy one, based on Haggai Chapter 1, and notes from a sermon by John Wesley entitled "Scriptural Christianity", thus serving as a reminder to us that we are made for the purpose of serving and worshiping God and loving our neighbor. We weren't made to just exist. We were made to be used to spread the message of HOPE to the world. What are you doing to fulfill this call of the Christian? If you are doing nothing, then in the words of John Wesley, "What religion are you?"
In this sermon, we will talk about sin, salvation, how we know that we have salvation, and we will question if we are truly living in grace or in legalism as we reflect on the teachings of John Wesley.
This message is some food for thought as we consider the differences we have with one another, yet the unity that Christ calls us to.
We want to draw closer to God, but things get in the way. What's getting in the way of you drawing closer to God? We will discuss the possibilities in this sermon.
Being offended is not a Christian trait, and it leads to a prideful judgement of others and their mistreatment. Today we will focus on the tongue in a comical manner (because we are all guilty of these things), and how the tongue can either hurt or heal.
Being offended is not a Christian trait to possess, but why? Is there not such a thing as being offended over things that offend God? Find out this and more in this sermon series. Part 1 will focus on our actions vs our reactions to things that "offend".
It is said that how you treat others tells a lot about what you believe in God. Have you looked in the mirror lately? Did you see that you are made in the image of God? When you look at others, do you see His image as well? How does that make you treat them?
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!