The Gospel of Luke deals with the practical side of Jesus ministry. More than any of the other gospel writers, Luke connected with the heart of God, as a Father, to provide and care for the poor, sick and needy. He reveals how Jesus did the good works of the Father, “The Spirit of the […]
The Jordan is the the place where you pass from one place to a better place. * Refer to sermon notes below for more in-depth study.
Our perception of God is everything. If we see God as loving and deeply caring about us, we will desire to draw close to Him. If we see God as strict, aloof, harsh, and indifferent toward us, we will pull away from Him. Our view of God determines how we interpret the Bible, our past, […]
Compassion is love in action. It is a catalyst for healing, deliverance, and miracles. Compassion moves the heart of God to act on our behalf (Matthew 9:36, 14:14, & 20:34). The word, compassion did not exist in the Greek vocabulary before the gospels were written because no one had ever seen real love fully expressed […]
As the Bride of Christ, we as individuals are invited into a relationship with Jesus that is full of passion and can by physically and emotionally felt. Song of Solomon is a reminder to us that this is intended to be a part of our relationship with Jesus, just like a relationship between a husband […]
Religion is one of the most powerful influencers in the world. And, it is a spirit of beguilement. It‘deceives and deprive of us of our inheritance in Christ by fraud. One of the signs that religion is at work in the heart of a person is an attitude of judgment. Jesus said, “You would not […]
In the Old Testament, the very place that God ordained for man to meet with Him is called the “mercy seat (Exodus 25:21).” That is a prophetic picture of the undeserved privileges of the new relationship with God, we now have, because our Lord Jesus Christ has made us friends of God. It is so […]