Sermon for March 28, 2021

The next day, the news that Jesus was on the way to Jerusalem swept through the city. A large crowd of Passover visitors took palm branches and went down the road to meet him. They shouted, “Praise God!”

Sermon for March 14, 2021

This is an ongoing theme. Misguided individuals looked to the teachings of the Major and Minor Prophets of the Old Testament and bent their understanding to the idea of who, when, and where the Messiah would be. Their idea of the Messiah was a political leader, a liberator, a king. Notice how the Pharisees investigated everything they knew about Jesus

Sermon for March 7, 2021

After this, the people see a Powerful Prophet, and their future king. Finally, they could get their nation back after 765 years for Samaria (what use to be the northern kingdom of Israel (Assyria) and 620 years for Judah (Babylon))

Sermon for February 28, 2021

While we could easily take the issue of the Armor of God as a war with dark powers, we often look past the things that these verses of Scripture are talking about. The premise of the dark power that we are battling against, Paul sets up in the preceding verses. They are ALL RELATIONAL:

Sermon for January 17, 2021

What was once a mystery for everyone is now an uncommon knowledge. While most of the world scrambles trying to find meaning presently, there are some who are enlightened. How do we attain this knowledge?