The message is from Ephesians 2:11-22. Walls of hostility between spouses, Christians, people in general, etc., unfortunately exist. In our passage this week Paul tells us how the wall between the Jews and Gentiles came down. Question to consider: how do you approach walls of hostility between you and others?
The message is from 2 Peter 1:3-11. "...make every effort to supplement your faith with virtue, and virtue with knowledge, and knowledge with self-control, and self-control with steadfastness, and steadfastness with godliness, and godliness with brotherly affection, and brotherly affection with love."
The message is from Ephesians 2:1-10. War veterans talk about buddies who saved their lives. They talk with deep thankfulness and appreciation. Similarly, Paul points us to the great truth that God has saved our lives. His grace and mercy have come to us through Jesus, and the eternal life we have is a gift of unmatched worth.
The message is from Ephesians 1:15-23. God desires that you would know (on a heart level) the deep treasures of a relationship with Him. Without these treasures, our hope and encouragement rest in the day-to-day circumstances of a broken sin-tainted world. But as we see through this scripture passage, God opens up the eyes of our hearts to see that we are secured and strengthened, no matter what, in Him.
The message is from Ephesians 1:11-14. Ever wonder why God saved you? Or, for that matter, why He saved any of us? His purpose in saving us is explained clearly in Ephesians 1, and our goal for this message is to soak up the kindness of God.
This message is from 1 Peter 1:3. For nearly 2,000 years Christians have been celebrating the resurrection of Jesus. This sermon covers Jesus' death on the cross, His resurrection, and the hope that every Christian can have.
The Sunday before Jesus' crucifixion He rides into Jerusalem knowing the dark hour that is ahead of Him. He is welcomed by a celebrating crowd of discouraged Jews who hope that He will rise up and be their king. What will it take and what does it look like for Jesus to be our King?