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If there is one thing every kid wants, it's to never grow up. But our world tells us that we need to grow up, make something of ourselves, accomplish things, be great. And while this is true in some sense, Jesus wants to challenge us on what it means to be great in the Kingdom of heaven. He wants us to become like little children. Listen as pastor Jody Sledge challenges us to understand Jesus' command and calls us to be needy, trusting, and amazed just like little children.
We’re constantly comparing ourselves with others. It’s human nature to see how we stack up in the particulars of life. But is it the best measurement? Is this affection really an affliction?
In this sermon we look at the culmination of depravity and Jesus' desire for restoration.
In this sermon we look at the theological and missiological implication of Jesus' death of the cross.
Jude speaks of the "way of Cain". What is the way of Cain? The way of self-will and rebellion. The "way of Cain" is a road rarely travelled alone, usually many follow down this broad way. The results of Cain's rebellion continued from generation to generation with devastating effects that are still felt today.
Most of the time we think about sin being something around us rather than in us. Ecclesiastes 7:15-29 teaches us about the complexity and universality of sin. It also points out that the image of God in us has been distorted by our sinfulness. However, the gospel teaches us that Jesus is renewing the gospel in all who believe in him.