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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.
Sunday, 08 November 2015
* NOTE TO PARENTS: This message might not be appropriate for ears of young children. * God has given a sign to every human being that points to His character, His nature, His being and His love. A soul without a body could be called a ghost, and a body without a soul is a corpse. Our bodies are given to us with a blessing from God to be used under His guidelines for His purpose - to reflect the image of God.
Sunday, 01 November 2015
God made the genders good. He made them uniquely. He made them purposefully. These are central points for us to understand the plan for God making man and woman on the earth.
Sunday, 25 October 2015
Duration: 42 mins 45 secs
Declaring the glory of the Lord means that we need to understand what the message we are declaring truly is. The Gospel message is the center, or framework, of all the Christian life. Dr. Scott Horrell wraps up our focus on missions by encouraging each Christian to evaluate their knowledge and study of God´s Word.
Sunday, 18 October 2015
Duration: 41 mins 16 secs
One of the purposes of mankind and the purpose of the church is to declare the glory of God - to those around us, and in worship back to God Himself. Dr. Scott Horrell from Dallas Theological Seminary shares what Scripture tells about that declaration. But it is important to have a right understanding and relationship with God in order to declare His glory.
Sunday, 11 October 2015
Passage: Mark 12:28-34
Duration: 30 mins 5 secs
There may be many and complex laws by which a government operates. But there is only one law in which Jesus says all other of God´s commands operate. By understanding this command better, we can understand more about what God requires of us as Christians and how we need to live. What is the basis of this command? What is the command itself? Who is the object of the command? In what manner is the command to be fulfilled? How are we to fulfill this command?
Sunday, 04 October 2015
Passage: Mark 12:18-27
Duration: 38 mins 53 secs
The religious leaders continue to bombard Jesus with questions to accuse Him of error. But Jesus, the creator of life who will Himself raise from the dead, shows the Sadducees their mistakes in understanding their own teachings. As Christians, how well do we know our Bible? How much time do we spend getting to know God?
Sunday, 20 September 2015
Passage: Mark 12:13-17
Duration: 34 mins 54 secs
The religious leaders think they have come up with an argument that will once and for all put Jesus into a position where they can get rid of Him. A trump card question that seems to have no escape. In this question that deals with paying taxes, which side of the debate will He take? Pay, or not to pay? God or Caesar? Heads or tails?
Sunday, 13 September 2015
Passage: Mark 12:1-12
Duration: 35 mins 46 secs
Jesus continues his conversation in the temple with the religious leaders. His message to them through the parable of the tenants rings clear to them and spurs them in anger to desire to arrest Jesus. When we see the Biblical truths of this passage and how it relates to us today, what is our reaction?
Sunday, 06 September 2015
Passage: Mark 11:27-33
Duration: 25 mins 4 secs
The religious authorities of the time were unwilling to answer a question Jesus put before them. We might scoff at them, but how many times in our lives do we arrive at a point where we need to trust God´s direction but think twice? Do we accept in faith and continue, or do sometimes we beg to reconsider?
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