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The Pool of Bethesda

Jesus went to the Pool of Bethesda. A multitude of invalids were there hoping to be healed. One man, who was lame, had been coming to the pool for 38 years, each day hoping that he would be healed. Why did Jesus heal this man and no one else? This man, knowing he was unable to fix his problem on his own, looked to Jesus. Jesus healed him. Do we need something from God today, something that is beyond our ability to fix, something that we've been struggling with for a long time? Are we willing to try something new? Will we look to Jesus?

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More Than A Carpenter: Science and New Atheism (4)

The fourth sermon in this series can be used to combat some of the criticisms of Christianity. It will also explore the questions around science and new atheism. Can Christ be proven scientifically? Do faith and science disagree? Is science a legitimate reason to disbelieve in God? Currently, it's "en vogue" to claim to be an atheist. Many people think it makes them appear more intellectual. It has also become very common for Christians to be ridiculed for their beliefs. We learn in this sermon that faith and science do not disagree. Rather, they are in harmony. This sermon presents overwhelming evidence for us to be confident in our belief in Jesus Christ and the God of the Bible.

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More Than A Carpenter: Trusting The Bible (3)

The third sermon in this series is devoted to understanding who Jesus is by answering the question, "Can we trust the Bible?" Most of what we know about Jesus comes from the Bible, so this is important to consider. Several elements come together to create the Bible, 66 books divided into the Old and New Testaments, written by many authors over a long period of time. Can we trust a book compiled in this way? Again and again, over time, archaeology agrees with the Bible and proves its accuracy. Also, scripture is consistent with itself, even though written by different authors. We look at when it was written, who wrote it and other variants. We ask if history agrees with the Bible. This sermon offers more than enough evidence that we can trust the Bible and the God of the Bible. With this in mind, how will we respond?

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More Than A Carpenter: Historic Jesus (2)

This sermon looks at Jesus from a historical perspective. We go to Luke as the historian of Jesus. Was Jesus real or fiction? Several historians speak of Jesus, so we know he was real. The Quran mentions Jesus. Tacitus and Josephus do as well. Others who mention Jesus are Lucian Celsus, Pliny, Suetonius, and Mara. Historians agree with the Bible on 12 points concerning Jesus, so the Bible is useful for history. What changes if Jesus is real? Jesus had such an effect on the world that we must respond to who He is. The entire world shifted after Jesus. We know that Jesus is undeniably real. We must treat Him as a real person. How will we respond to his call on our lives?

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More Than A Carpenter: Liar, Lunatic, Lord (1)

The first sermon in the series, 'More Than A Carpenter' focuses on who Jesus is. Easter is the perfect time to ponder this question. Jesus is a carpenter who changed the world and who has also changed many people since His birth, death and resurrection. We see in the Bible that Jesus is a man, a miracle worker and the long awaited Messiah. He is the only savior. He is God, the only true God. We must respond to Him. Jesus is alive. We must acknowledge that He is a liar, a lunatic or He is Lord. Jesus truly is 'More Than A Carpenter.' He is the risen Messiah. How will we respond?

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