Do we have any justification as Christians for using the line “no one can tell me what is right or wrong”? Did Jesus ever actually say that?
We’ve all heard it—Christians tossing around feel-good Jesus quotes when times get tough or even awkward. Intentions are usually good, but biblical accuracy isn’t always on point. To truly understand the power of the truth of what Jesus said, it sometimes helps us to look at what He didn’t say. What He could’ve said, what…
Many people believe that Jesus said “family comes first” but did he really?
Some beliefs in our culture aren’t thought of as beliefs; they are just givens. “In the end, you just need to do what makes you happy” is one of them. But how does that belief stack up against Jesus teaching? Have you bought it?
Faith in Action – trusting in God is not a spectator sport!
Following on from last week, once we have our thinking right, then what does it mean to actually live well for Christ?
Think well of Christ, live well for Christ.
The special formula for spiritual growth is Christ + ………, dig into this sermon to find out more.
When we understand who Christ is and what He has done, what can any other philosophy add? We will learn to use Christ as the filter for all the messages with which we are bombarded.
The Christian life is hard, so…is it really worth it?