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He is the central figure of Christianity. He is the greatest teacher, the most gifted leader, and the wisest man who ever lived. Like a golden thread, one theme runs through the life of Jesus Christ. It’s the primary focus of his words, his actions and his relationships. It’s his passion. Do you know what it is? If you want to have a relationship with God, you have to know Jesus. If you want to know Jesus, you have to understand what’s important to him. Join us for Kingdom Come, as we dive into the Gospel of Mark to understand the significance of the Kingdom of God in our lives here and now.
You can not be good enough to get to heaven but I know someone who can.
The story of the rich young ruler and Jesus.
There is nothing bad about money. What we do with it is the issue. When it comes to our stuff, we need to rethink our life objectives; we need to rethink what we depend on; and we need to rethink what "enough" is. We shouldn't live mesmerized by things. Money doesn't satisfy our inner peace. We should live mesmerized by the One who provides us with all things.
Jerrell Altic delivers a message on "When is Enough Enough."
God creates and it is good, but is it good enough?
A growing trend in our church culture is the questioning of Scripture's sufficiency; especially with the exponential progress of science and psychology. Is the Bible really all I need to live a life of godliness? Does the Bible have something to say about my current crisis? Shouldn't I rely on other sources of "truth" in conjunction with Scripture? While there are many helpful books, seminars and people, nothing can or should ever take the place of God's Word. In this sermon, we will see what King David affirms about God's Word and how it is our all-sufficient resource for life and godliness.
The church of Philadelphia was a weak church. It wasn’t like Sardis. It didn’t have a reputation for being alive; it had a reputation for being weak and small. This church was constantly being persecuted by the Jews. Jesus knows they had little power, and he was not disappointed in their weakness because in it they turned to him. This church chose to cling to Jesus because they knew they needed him more than peace with the Jews, more than a comfortable life, and more than a good reputation. They knew that they were weak and that his grace alone was enough. They knew that they were sinners and that his blood alone could rescue them from the wrath of God and give them peace with him. Jesus loves those who cling to him above all else. No one whose hope is in Jesus will ever be disappointed, so Jesus comes to show them why they have chosen wisely. He comes to show them, and us, why he is better than everything else.