"What Is God's Plan For Your Life?"
Many seem to be absolutely certain about specifics of God's will and do not hesitate to dogmatically share their views with others.
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The Christmas story in the Gospel of John is the one that is least heard and least told in Christmas sermons, yet it is the mind-expanding big picture of the birth of our Lord.
It’s so easy to sugarcoat Christmas, turning it into a fantasy land dream world of decorations and tinsel and holly and gifts and inspiring music. It’s so easy to miss the fundamental, majestic and mysterious truth of the incarnation of God.
God came to our world in a completely unexpected and miraculous way through Mary, an ordinary teenager who was completely different from a woman who would have been considered worthy of such a calling. Jesus is still coming, to completely unexpected, ordinary people, like you and me!
Do you know where you are spiritually? Are you found or are you lost? If you don't know where you are, you need to be found, and you need to listen to today's program.
Is Christianity a smooth, comfortable and secure road taking us to a blissful and serene future? Is it the smooth level paved road that we'd prefer, or is it more like a bumpy roller coaster?
If you had to prepare a resume to enter God's kingdom of heaven, what qualifications would you list? Greg talks about our Christian credentials -- what really qualifies us to be Christians.
Are you troubled by whether or not your sins are forgiven? John the Baptist said of Jesus, "Look, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world." Yet we wonder, will God always forgive us? What does it take for us to have absolute assurance that we are forgiven?
Jesus threatened the religion of the Pharisees by healing a man who had been born blind. The man who Jesus healed ran into the buzz-saw of religion, complete with inquisition. Jesus was teaching us that we're more than conquerors through him -- not through religion.