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Sunday, 24 January 2016
Passage: Mark 13
Duration: 41 mins 20 secs
The return of Christ is something the Bible says will happen. It also says no one knows or will know when it will happen exactly except the Father. Do we perhaps think we don´t need to prepare ourselves, that we can "get our lives straight" later in life? If we think we´re ready, are we telling others about it? Will it catch us off-guard, or in shock? Are we ready? Are you ready?
Sunday, 17 January 2016
Passage: Mark 13
Duration: 39 mins 28 secs
A manual shows it´s reader how to perform certain tasks and how to be prepared for upcoming procedures or events. Pr. Nathanael expounds on Mark, chapter 13, and how Christians need to be prepared now to live during global persecution and upheaval, being ready to reevaluate priorities and life-styles. Because if we don´t put into practice now what "the manual" explains, we won´t live them when true conflict and hard times come because of living for Christ.
Sunday, 10 January 2016
Passage: Mark 13
Duration: 39 mins 34 secs
To what historical events is Christ referring? Has all of this prophecy already come true? Has none of it come true, or has some of it come true and some is yet to be fulfilled? Is Jesus referring to the return of Christ and the end of all things, or is He speaking of some other historical event? Pr. Nathanael brings insight through history and understanding to this passage in the first of a 3 week break-down of this chapter.
Sunday, 03 January 2016
Passage: Mark 12:36-44
Duration: 44 mins 15 secs
The Bible uses a lot the term "Lord." What is Lordship? What does it look like to reject the Lordship of Christ? What does it look like to acknowledge and submit to His Lordship? Pr. Nathanael returns to the series covering the Gospel of Mark.
Sunday, 27 December 2015
Passage: Luke 2:8-20
Series: Advent 2015
Duration: 35 mins 40 secs
Some many times in our Christian lives we come to the mountain top experience - a period of hype and emotional high. For Christians, it is what Christian begins that should bring us the greatest joy and the greatest comfort. It is what follows that we live out regularly. Pr. Nathanael examines the shepherds in the Christmas story to encourage us that the incarnation of Jesus Christ was put into place by God the Father to bring certain responses by people. What are we doing with the story that already started?
Sunday, 20 December 2015
Series: Advent 2015
Duration: 31 mins 48 secs
One of the most famous Bible verses carries some of the most profound principles of God´s love. And at Christmas time, as we contemplate the arrival of Jesus on earth as a baby, it´s important for us to understand what the true love of God looks like and how it applies to us today.
Sunday, 13 December 2015
Series: Advent 2015
Duration: 42 mins 28 secs
What is this joy? Where does it come from? Is joy the absence of pain or grief? This characteristic we hear about often at Christmas can be better understood by looking at Mary, the mother of Jesus.
Sunday, 06 December 2015
Passage: Luke 2:13-14
Series: Advent 2015
Duration: 34 mins 52 secs
Is peace the absence of war and conflicts? Is it possible to have peace when the world around us is so chaotic? From the famous Christmas passage of Luke 2, Pastor Nathanael shows us what the Bible tells about peace: What is it really? Where does it come from? Who can receive it? How is it received? What does it look like?
Sunday, 29 November 2015
Series: Advent 2015
Duration: 34 mins 37 secs
Why do we need hope? What should we hope for? Where does hope come from? Much of the Old Testament is all the story of the preparation of the One who was to come and restore what sin destroyed through Adam and Eve´s disobedience. At Christmas time, thoughts on "hope" come from the fulfillment of those promises of the Messiah. cullen Rast takes a closer look at the book of Isaiah and these promises of hope.
Sunday, 22 November 2015
Passage: John 11:1-16
Duration: 30 mins 55 secs
Many moments in Scripture show Jesus in tears: over Jerusalem during the triumphal entry, with pain and blood in the garden, and with the death of Lazarus. Why did Jesus weep when He knew Lazarus would be raised from the dead? The human emotions of Jesus show us much about what He cared for and whom. The tears show how Jesus was fully God, and yet fully human - an awesome thought and event we can´t truly comprehend.
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