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What would you cry out for if Jesus asked you, "What do you want me to do for you"? Don't let the crowd silence you. Jesus is our ONLY hope.
We want a Savior unless we need one. Jesus came to save not impress.
During Lent we are looking at the gospel of Luke in relation to Building the Kingdom of God/Heaven in the here and now. In this first sermon the question is asked as to what Jesus thought that Kingdom looked like.
Readings from: Isaiah 35 Mark 6: 53-56 Mark 8: 13-38
This week, Hans discusses Acts 9:1-18 and the conversion of Saul. He challenges the Oaks congregation to believe in the transforming power of the Gospel to save our worst enemies.
Ronnie expounds on Exodus 34:5-7 to show us who God is and has always been...Love.
Jesus asked "What do you want me to do for you?"
Jesus gives sight to the blind who are determined to see.
So much of life depends on sight: relationships, language we use, how we approach life. Blindness changes everything, too. This message looks at the blindness that afflicts all of us and how Jesus desires to heal of us. Will we let him heal us in his way or demand that it be done according to our expectations?