On this Easter Day, we are reminded that Jesus gave his life so that we might have a relationship with God, that we could be presentable to God, that we might live like we were created to live.
Jesus was betrayed, captured, tried, and found guilty for crimes and sins He did not commit. Yet he was beaten and hung on a cruel cross to die. His body was taken down and placed in a sealed tomb, but Sunday’s on the way!
Many times people have loss site of Gods reality and replaced it with there own, but God has a plan.
If We as a Church are going to impact our world for change it has to come from right hearts.
In the message this week Pastor spoke to us from the Gospel of Mark Chapter 5. He told us about how Jesus transformed the life of the man possessed by an evil spirit.
Jesus sacrificed his life for us. His motivation was out of pure love for us.
Jesus paid the ultimate sacrifice through his life and death on the cross. All we have to do is accept the gift of forgiveness. It cost us nothing.
In this first of our Lenten messages Pastor asks us why we celebrate Easter.
In this last sermon of this series Pastor speaks to us about David. David ask God to spare the life of his son. He fasted and spent nights lying on the ground in sackcloth. David was sorry for the sin he committed but his child still died. Sometime the impact of our choices affect innocent…
In the message, Nathan told King David a story about two men, one rich and the other poor. The rich man took a lamb from the poor man to feed a guest. Nathan asks David what should happen to the man that took the lamb. David said he should pay with his life. He should…