4 episodes unfold in the sequence of Mark 10:1-31: A discussion on marriage and divorce, a blessing of children, a rich young ruler, and a question from Peter about reward. So what ties all this together?
1 Corinthians 3 raises some challenging questions about our Kingdom Work and its durability. So what does this work encompass? How will that work be tested? And what does that testing mean about our own salvation? We explore.
They weren’t qualified. They had no business being disciples of a rabbi. But this is by no means the typical rabbi we’re talking about.
Some limitations are legitimate. Others may be comfort zone issues. But accepting genuine limitations is part of life. They are not intended to make us feel inferior to others or inadequate for making a difference in God's Kingdom. We look at some biblical examples of those who made a tremendous difference even while facing limitations.
The expression "Day of the Lord" is not just about the final coming of Jesus and final judgment. The Bible uses it for several moments throughout history. So what connection does this expression have to the events surrounding the death and resurrection of Jesus and the subsequent outpouring of the Spirit? And what does it have to do with our worship gatherings?
With facing temptation a theme of many of our recent sermons, we tackle the big picture questions in this one: Who is behind it? And what purpose might it serve?