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Jesus does an amazing job looking into our hearts with simple questions. In the parable of the two sons, he asks us this: are you religious or righteous?
Pastor Ron looks at breaking the chains of Sin.
This is the first message in the series, "Think Again," where we're looking at many commonly-held Christian beliefs and "facts" that are, in actuality, not true, or at least not true in the way we often think they are. This message is a look at the declaration that "The Bible says it; I believe it; that settles it."
When on the cross Jesus asked, "my God, my God, why have you forsaken me?"
Spirit-empowered choices of obedience should characterize every Christian.
A sermon asking an old question on hypocrisy.
We are in a series of messages on the Power of Story—not just any story, but the story of God’s activity in our lives. We are examining New Testament stories of individuals sharing their story. We want to specifically see what God would teach us from these stories about sharing our own story. So far, we have considered the story of Nicodemus coming to Jesus at night, the example of John the Baptist, the example of the very first disciples of Jesus, and last week the woman at the well. I’ve been telling you that you need to tell your story and others need to hear your story. Today, I want to talk to you about the very best thing about your story. You have heard the story read this morning (It will be read throughout the service) of a man blind since birth healed by Jesus. The religious leaders of his day couldn’t believe it. Several times this man is questioned. Each time, he tells them what happened. His parents are questioned. Soon, though they cannot explain why, they cannot deny that this man who once was blind can now see. I love this one verse in the story that seems to put an exclamation point on the point of the story.
Series, Tough Questions. Real Answers: “Is the Bible Really Reliable?” Psalm 1:1-3; Timothy 3:16-17 Jon Sherrill