Sermons

 

 
In our passage today, Jesus talks about a crisis. Not a political crisis or a financial crisis or a government crisis, but a crisis pertaining to him and his ministry.…
We live in an interesting time in history in which there is quite a bit of confusion regarding what it means to be a mother. Until the last few decades,…
Christina Miller, teacher at Maranatha Baptist University, presents a special message for the ladies at the annual Mother-Daughter lunch.
In today’s passage, Jesus talks about the importance of readiness or preparation. He urges us to be busy fulfilling our responsibilities as we wait for the Lord’s return. T he…
In the previous section of this passage, Jesus had warned his disciples to keep clear of covetousness. He told the parable of the Rich Fool who had stored up treasures…
The simple statement, “Jesus rose from the dead,” is the single most significant claim of Christianity. Everything in the Christian faith hinges on the resurrection. If it happened, it validates…
2 Corinthians 5:21 is one of the most significant and theologically dense statements on what happened when Jesus died on the cross contained in the NT. Paul argues here that…
The Bible tells us repeatedly to value eternal things instead of earthly things. Our treasures ought to be in heaven. Our affections ought to be directed toward heavenly things, not…
Lessons from Nehemiah on persevering in the faith in spite of discouragements and setbacks.
Jesus had been at a luncheon at a Pharisee’s house. At that event, Jesus had said some rather critical things about the Pharisees. One of the major faults he saw…