2 Corinthians 5:16-21 One of the great theological questions. Sin requires punishment. What does scripture tell us?
2 Samuel 22:29-33 Exploring the role of God as Creator, Redeemer, Sustainer. Why we should give heed to this reality. How do we understand the power of God and its meaning.
Remember this Holy day and prepare your heart for Easter.
Join us for worship and communion. If you do not have a communion kit, use bread and juice from home. Pastor James will bless the bread and juice while you are watching this video.
Matthew 21:1-11 Jesus redefines power by entering Jerusalem with a demonstration of both humility and divine authority.
Matthew 17:14-20 Jesus exorcises a demon. He even reprimands the disciples for their lack of trust. Jesus shows his power in ways we might never imagine.
Matthew 9:18-26 Jesus shows his power to resurrect. He raises the ruler’s daughter from the dead. It demonstrates the power over life and death.
Matthew 14:22-33 When Jesus walks on water and invites Peter to walk on the water too. Practicing our faith urges / pushes / forces us to put total trust in Jesus.
Matthew 9:2-8 When Jesus declares the paralyzed man is forgiven, Jesus pretty much asserts that his authority is equal to God the Father.
Matthew 8:5-13 It is in healing the centurion’s servant that Jesus establishes his power over the material world. But it’s the spiritual reality of faith that Jesus brings to our attention.