Two thousand years ago, Jesus began a movement that fed the hungry, comforted the hurting, and offered grace to the brokenhearted. Ready to get involved? Our study in Matthew 9 concludes .
Some saw him as a culprit to blame. Others viewed him as a mystery to solve. But the religious leaders saw the blind man in John chapter 9 as a problem to avoid! Do we view them as people to love or interruptions to ignore?
Ever notice how easy it is to mix up our priorities? It happens when we love things and use people, instead of loving people and using things!
Compared to the uplifting or encouraging books of the Bible, the book of Job seems to stand out like a sore thumb.
Want to know how to shock and amaze God? This soldier said something that astonished Jesus, and in so doing, gave us an inspiring example.
It’s been said that the best test of a person’s character is how he treats people who have nothing to offer. How this soldier cared for those close to him is a good example for all of us!
It’s easy to love those who love you back. But it’s much harder to love those who despise you!
When troubles pile up and we reach the end of our rope, we may start to wonder if God really cares about us. Let's talk honestly about those times when we doubt God’s love.
When trials overwhelm us and we reach the end of our rope, the question we often ask is, “Lord, don’t You care?” Let's study Jesus’ response to that important question. We find His answer in Mark chapter 9. Hear the conclusion of our series.
When our son or daughter is sick all we want to do is take away their pain. We try to soothe the sickness away. But sometimes the illness is so severe, we’re rendered helpless.
The story of Jesus and the leper could just be another amazing miracle in the Bible with no relevance to our lives today. There’s a greater story at play here. One that impacts each of us personally!
Let's continue our study in Mark, chapter one. It’s the story of a man stricken with a deadly disease, and his personal appointment with the Great Physician, Jesus Christ.