202 results for tag: Christ-centered
Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego -- it’s a revered story we all know — but what is the real moral of this story we read in the book of Daniel?
Jesus does not promise to keep us from the storms of life, but he will endure them with us and never forsake us. We have an enemy during the storms of our lives that can be conquered through Jesus.
Days before his own brutal death on the cross and subsequent resurrection, Jesus stood before a tomb and demanded that death release Lazarus. Lazarus came forth -- just as we all can -- because of the limitless love of God.
Greg’s sermon focuses on Jesus as our man in the middle, in the middle of our lives and trials, reconciling us to God.
Given enough time, human beings will eventually let you down. But God can always be relied upon. God always comes through.
Spiritual re-birth from God renders us child-like again. What can we learn about faith from the trusting, open attitude of a child?
The body of Christ is bigger than any human enterprise can encompass or represent. God is building our eternal home.
Can we be generous and resentful at the same time?
Contrary to popular opinion, God is not waiting for you to make a mistake so he can punish you.
Because of God’s free forgiveness, citizens of God’s kingdom have no outstanding spiritual debts.