Jesus makes his triumphal entrance into Jerusalem; is Jesus also making a triumphal entry into your heart?
Batter My Heart makes reference to a poem by John Donne: “batter my heart, three-person’d God for you as yet but knock…” Rev. Gary focuses on the doctrine of prevenient grace and how God is wooing us into a love relationship with him.
Meditating on John 12:20-33, Rev. Sande provides some insight into Jesus’ words concerning his coming death and resurrection.
Meditating on the scripture from John 3:14-21, Pastor Sande helps us understand the extent and meaning of God’s great love for us — a love that has been with us before our life began, is with us during our life and will be with us after this life ends and our new life in eternity […]
That Jesus got violently angry goes against our image of a gentle Jesus, meek and mild. But the Bible shows that there are two kinds of anger; human anger that results in sin and God’s righteous anger that results in justice.
Pastor Sande looks at how worship has changed over the centuries and but reminds us that even as we face changes in the church today, our faith in God and the Gospel of Jesus Christ remains unchanging.
There is a cost to discipleship and it is that we must take up our cross and follow Jesus wherever he may lead us.