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Jesus' birth steps into a turbulent era of history where the Roman emperor was making himself to be God. The little son of God born in a manger, even in His fragile innocence is a challenge to Rome and continues to be a radical challenger to the worlds values and ideals today.
“My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”
"You are being tempted right now, and so am I." These are the words of Russ Moore, and they sound a call to understand how temptation works and how we can triumph over it in Christ. Our triumph will only be found in Jesus, the true and better Adam, the true and better Israel.
The authorities heard blasphemy when Jesus spoke of God has his own Father. But what if he truly is Son of God? Why should we believe this? What difference does it make if we do?
Will the real Jesus please stand up? Right off the bat Mark confronts us with this person, Jesus, who is both the "Christ," the anointed royal King, and the Son of God himself. This is no Jesus made in our own image. This is Jesus as he really was and is; and his arrival forces everyone to choose sides.
When did Jesus become God's Son? That question may sound foolish yet it is one that has plagued many Church scholars throughout the ages.
A sermon that speaks of lessons we can learn from Jesus' genealogy
Jesus exhibits a heart of compassion towards a man when all the scribes are looking for is a way to condemn Jesus. Jesus, the Son of God, is calling a team to follow him in life and mission on the earth.