Even Jesus’ birth evoked violent opposition and that opposition resulted in horrible tragedy. By studying this story we will learn three lessons: (1) Jesus’ entrance into the world evokes opposition, (2) God works in unexpected ways, and (3) the whole Bible is really about Jesus!
Now that the election is behind us, are you terrified, overjoyed, or ambivalent? Together let’s remember that God is sovereign over the affairs of men and nations—“God changes the times and the epochs; He removes kings and establishes kings; He gives wisdom to wise men and knowledge to men of understanding.” (Daniel 2:21).
Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Sermon Summary As Christians, we want to honor God with our lives. We are days away from what is one of the most rancorous election cycles in American history, and so we want to know, “How can we think and act in this moment in a way that honors God?” Many ask:…
Christianity is sometimes shrouded in mystery. Case in point: What does “God in three persons” mean? We understand “God the Father”. We even understand Jesus, “God the Son”. But what is “God the Spirit”? Sometimes we call him the Holy Spirit. Sometimes we call him the Holy Ghost. But who is he? Who better to clear things up for us than Jesus! Through the Bible, he teaches us who the Holy Spirit is, what he does, and how to receive what the Holy Spirit gives.
God has provided numerous spiritual blessings that show us an amazing panoramic view of the great salvation he has provided for us. (1) How do these spiritual blessings come to us? (2) What are some of these spiritual blessings? (3) What enables us to receive these blessings? (4) How can we know if we have them?