Bread is to the body as forgiveness is to the soul.
The Son of God gave us the framework as to which we should pray. Therefore, unpacking each word and phase to follow it is important when we communicate with our Father. There are 6 petitions within this prayer, and this sermon looks begins to unbox what is directed towards God.
Christ was sure to teach us how not to pray before He taught us His framework of prayer. This sermon moves us to prepare our hearts before we address “Our Father who is in heaven”.
Matthew 6:1-4 gives a clear description of how we are to practice our righteousness. Here, Jesus focuses on our giving as a way to expose our hearts as we worship Him.
A perspective on Matthew 5:43-48 that could help you love your enemies in the heat of the moment.
Jesus’s last words on the cross were “It is finished”. Well, what was finished should be our first question. Enjoy this Resurrection sermon.
The truth behind the Triumphant Entry of Christ.
Even in our passive-aggressive culture, we still have to call it Revenge.
What Christ has to say about oaths and how to be obedient to His request.
Society has redefined marriage, and by default they have redefined divorce as well. At some point, Christians need to understand how our marital status runs parallel with our relationship with God. This Sunday will provide insight in how God sees the covenants we make with each other and what we can do to honor Christ…