Sermons by Teacher
Jonah 1:1-16; Don’t miss the joy and blessing because of your own selfishness, disobedience, and rebellion.
Luke 19:1-10; There are many today who are seeking joy. How joyful are you?
Matthew 14:32-33 ; How do you answer the question, Who Is Jesus?
Mark 6:30; We hardly ever feel like we’re ready. But we’ve commissioned to be world changers.
Numbers 20:1-12; Is doing something, always better than doing nothing?
Do not think that I came to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I did not come to abolish but to fulfill.
God does not want a better you. He wants a new you. For the unbeliever, new life is available. For the believer, restoration is possible.
If we strive to find our identity in family, friends, relationships, church or our past, we will be consistently disappointed, disillusioned, and discouraged. If we have a relationship with Christ, our identity is found in Him which, as we’ve seen, produces a joy, peace and fullest possible life.
We each have a past. We are here in the moment. What will your future look like? I can guarantee you this, with Christ, you do not have to face it alone and with Christ, it will be the fullest life possible. And with Christ, it will be an eternal life, one spent in relationship with Him.
Because of Christ, forgiveness is available to us through repentance. God has freed us from the bondage of sin. Yes, there’s a Peter in all of us. We all fall short. But through Christ, restoration is not only possible, it’s available. That’s what Easter is about. Redemption through Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection.