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Jesus uses a common image for his orginal listeners to explain his second coming. The challenge for us is that image has changed over the years. The sermon explains the first century practice of "marriage" so we can hear the intended message of Jesus through the story of the ten virgins.
“Religion = Rules" Isn’t that what comes to mind most often when we think of God? We imagine an angry, vengeful God peering over the boundaries of Heaven from his eternal throne, watching… looking… trying to see us make a mistake so he can smite us. The popular perception is this: God’s primary job is to punish failure. Don’t we hear that viewpoint all of the time? Every time a tragedy happens someone says it is God’s discipline. But there has to be more to the story of God and us, right? Is he really only interested in crime and punishment? Perhaps better understanding his rules will help us better understand the Rule Maker.
This is the final sermon of our Parables of Jesus series. This week Jared discusses the parable of the Ten virgins.
On The Trail: "Under Command" Exodus 19:1 - 20:21; Matthew 22:37-40 God’s commands are proof of relationship, not prerequisite. Andrew Bonaventura, Lead Pastor
Listen as Pastor Tal celebrates ten years since Church of the King was planted and looks forward to where God is leading us.
God’s commandment to honor our parents could prove more delightful---and more challenging---as both we and our parents age. Join Martha for this discussion with book author, columnist and GetReligion.org contributor Mollie Ziegler Hemingway. She is the author of the Christianity Today “Throwing Inkwells” column “'Honor Thy Father' for Grownups.”
In Exodus Chapter 20, we learn that God doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to living in relationship with him and with each other. It turns out, Jesus didn’t pull any punches either when he laid out an invitation to Communion for sinners everywhere.
Tenth Word: Embrace (The Ten Words) Reconnect – September 5, 2010 Text: Exodus 20:1-17; James 1:14-18 Key Thought: God wants to help us recognize and embrace what is most valuable: our relationships. “You must not covet your neighbour’s house. You must not covet your neighbour’s wife, male or female servant, ox or donkey, or anything else that belongs to your neighbour.” Exodus 20:17, NLT