Tag Jesus Christ

April Fools! He is Risen!

Of course the Bible tells us to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus on every first day of the week, but many are looking for a particular emphasis on this topic on the cultural (and religious) holiday many call ‘Easter.’  It… Continue Reading →

Lord of the Sabbath

“Then Jesus said to them, ‘The Son of Man is Lord of the Sabbath’” Luke 6:5.  Do we exist to obey laws or do laws exist to benefit us? One of the Ten Commandments for the Israelites was to keep… Continue Reading →

You Will Catch Men

What’s the difference between a chicken and a pig?  Well, in terms of what they each provide for breakfast, the chicken in involved while the pig is committed!  Our pews may be full of involved Christians, some who have attended… Continue Reading →

Fulfilled in Your Hearing

“Then he rolled up the scroll, gave it back to the attendant and sat down.  The eyes of everyone in the synagogue were fastened on him, and he began by saying to them, ‘Today this scripture is fulfilled in your… Continue Reading →

Same is good, when it’s Jesus

This earthly life changes constantly. Many like variety. But in Christ sameness is a wonderful quality. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever! Heb 13.8 Here are four comforting truths that arise from this affirmation: Jesus is… Continue Reading →

Jesus suffered

Jesus suffered for us, the just for the injust, to bring us to God, 1 Pet 3.18. Jesus suffered for us, as an example, 1 Pet 2.21. Jesus suffered before us, in persecution, Jn 15.18. Jesus suffers with us, as… Continue Reading →

We have in Christ

By John Henson, Dibrell congregation, McMinnville TN Ephesians 1:4-10 A Savior who chose us (Verse 4). A Savior who redeemed us (Verse 7). A Savior who planned our freedom (Verse 9). A Savior who came prepared to save us (Verse… Continue Reading →

The death of Christ as an act of God’s love

A full sermon outline on John 3.16.

12 facts you need to know about Jesus

Here are 12 facts or truths about Jesus Christ that you may not know, but you should know, because they are important to your future.

Lessons from the Lord’s temptations

Gary Hampton shares an outline from Matthew 4.

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