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The best mission work in the world is done by the Marys among us – the ones who are most devoted to Jesus.
What are we to do with the hurt, pain and sadness of losing a loved one? Jesus' words with two grieving sisters show us what we are suppose to with our own grief.
Most people feel guilty about being too busy and not reflective enough spiritually. But the story of Martha and Mary is more than a lesson on time management. It reveals the effects of a frazzled pace to be irritability toward others and distrust of God.
In this atypical Mother's Day sermon, Neil reminds us of an important practice--especially for those of us whose lives are full. As Mary kept her focus on Jesus, Martha had other distractions. Hear the reminder that is relevant to everyone, not just moms.
John 11:1-44 blazes with the glory of the Son of God. In the restoration of Lazarus, we are given eight snapshots of the glory of the Son of God.
Martha goes from hospitable host to condeming Christ in the time it took to do a few household chores. What went wrong? What is the gospel for tired and harried women? Listen in to find out.
This sermon is a part of an expositional series through John. The primary points of this sermon are: * Lazarus, by the very fact that he was alive, was a testimony to the deity and power of Jesus Christ. * Martha, by her previous profession prior to Lazarus' resurrection, also honored Christ by rightly professing him as Savior. *Mary, by the act of annointing Jesus' feet with costly nard then wiping his feet with her hair, was humbling herself while exalting Christ. What do WE do to honor Christ and promote him in today's world?