Sermons from May 2015
John’s approach in his gospel was to record Jesus’ miracles briefly and matter-of-factly, and without fanfare, explanation or defense. It is almost as though the apostle hurries through the accounts of Christ’s miracles to get to Christ’s teaching.
Have you ever wanted something but you just could not quite put your finger on it? The hunt for fulfillment can be either one of the most frustrating pursuits of our lives or one of the most rewarding depending on what we find.
How did you like those pop quizzes in school? Jesus gave His disciples two pop quizzes in a row and they failed the first one miserably and the second one, well, we will just have to see how they did in our Scripture passage today
The responsibility of each parent or grandparent is that our kids and grandchildren know God’s Word, that they understand that the key to success is to know the Lord, to love Him, and to be obedient to Him.
You put a paintbrush in my hand and you’ll get a mess, but put it in the hands of Rembrandt and you get a masterpiece. Whether it is a basketball, a piano, or a sewing machine – in the right hands you get amazing results.