In this famous passage from Luke 4, we see (1) The reality of spiritual evil; (2) the form of spiritual attack; and (3) learn the basic strategy for resisting the devil and his lies.
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In this sermon we explore the baptism of Jesus–and ours.
This sermon explores how to receive Jesus Christ, the King of kings, and Lord of lords: Trust, Obey, Relax, and Anticipate!
Jesus in the Temple among the scholars has captured the imagination of generations of Christians. Follow along as we see his disruptive submissive insistence on being in his Father’s house.
It would be quite fair to call Mary the first Christian. She is hears the name (Jesus) given to the long-promised and awaited Savior. And she believes! For no word from God will ever fail.
The Advent story of Zechariah encountering the angel Gabriel reminds us that even the righteous stumble in the face of God’s promises. But the story also highlights the patience and grace of God.