With little accuracy Meteorologist forecast weather, yet, Jesus calms the raging winds with three words (peace, be still). Chains couldn’t restrain the demonic, yet, Jesus gives a man peace from his demons. Who is this man?
Jesus spoke of an unforgivable sin, what is it? And most importantly, am I guilty of it? Can I repent today and be forgiven?
Everyone has a rhythm; religion is no different, some of the biggest controversies come from changing the routine. Jesus brought a new way of connecting with God, and that change was met with resistance.
A voice from heaven, a dusty defeated devil, and that’s just two of the eight stories Mark tells us that prove Jesus is God’s Son.
Ultimatums are demands to have our way. However, sometimes getting our way can take a turn we never expected. The focus of this sermon is to exploit the short sidedness of ultimatums and to present the truth that Jesus, died and rose again; he has nothing else to prove. Accept him or reject him.
Scripture says, when we were weak at just the right time Christ died for us. Justifying us by his blood and saving us from Gods wrath. In this brief message Pastor Robbey highlights the extent of our weakness and the sufficiency of Christ death.
God breaks into our lives at times when we least expect it. The simple truth is, God pursued us with his plan for our lives, and he is pursuing our friends. The focus of this sermon is to get our people sharing their story.
Many people live under the allusion that they aren’t that bad, while they aren’t perfect who is? The focus of this sermon is the need we all have for grace.
Jesus’ invitation is simple. Come to me, and I will give your rest. The focus of this sermon is to challenge our people to invite the lost to Jesus.
The most important conversation you will have is not with the person you want to know Jesus, but the God who sent his Son to save the person you want to know Jesus. The focus of this sermon is praying for the lost.