Sermons on Breaking Bread: Meals With Jesus
Jesus did the impossible when He made a fig tree wither in only a couple of days. In this miracle, He revealed the heart of God–judgment for unfruitful lives and fruitfulness for faithful lives–and admonished His disciples to set their sights on the impossible.
Jesus made the most of the final hours before His crucifixion to ensure that a tangible memory of Him would persist through the ages. By giving up His body and blood in death, He is able to have a tangible impact on our lives.
Sovereignty is all about control. Listen to a message about how Jesus came to be Sovereign over us.
Listen to a message about the “hallmarks” of salvation: Joy, Repentance, & Reconciliation.
Jesus’ miracle of feeding over 5,000 people, with nothing but a few fish and loaves of bread, is the reminder we all need. We can’t do this life without the help that only comes from Christ.
Hear a message that reminds us that no matter our circumstances Jesus invites us to be with Him.
Life is full of distractions. The problem with distractions is that you usually miss out on something important when it happens often. This is true even when it comes to our faith. Listen to a message that shows how Jesus addresses this issue of spiritual distractions.
A relationship with Jesus Christ is awkward to the world, but it is the most natural, necessary, and rewarding relationship for those who know Him.
Interruptions are almost always unwelcome. God has always been in the business of injecting His plans into our lives. Sometimes, those interruptions can be good… Jesus is the great interrupter of our lives, and that is a good thing. He has come to stop us from ruining ourselves, and shows us…
Jesus came to help. We all have blind spots when it comes to knowing right and wrong, to loving those around us, and to understanding what sin is in our lives. Listen to a message that reminds us of what Jesus taught to help us avoid being wrecked by our spiritual blind spots.