The Gospel of John tells us Isaiah saw Jesus’ “glory.” When did that happen, and what can it mean to us?
Jesus was born in a stable, but He was born to be the King of Kings. Unfortunately there are many people who prefer He stay a baby in a manger and are upset when He is presented as a King.
The message of the cross is uncomfortable. It is foolishness to those who are perishing, but it the main focus of God’s message of salvation. Why?
Isaiah tells us this newborn Messiah would bring light to a dark world. In what ways is our world “dark” and how does Jesus change that in our lives?
What was the star that led the Wise Men to Jesus and what difference does that make to us today?
The first 3 chapters of Revelation have often been seen as separate from the rest of the book. But that doesn't make any sense. Why would Jesus spend 3 chapters on local churches who were not part of the rest of the story?
There are 3 great prophecies out of the book of Daniel that give a detailed and accurate time table for the coming of Jesus. Do you know what these prophecies are and how they apply to us? Check it out at this week's sermon:
Looking Into The Future
What did the angels mean when they asked the disciples "Why do you stand here looking into the sky?" Were they rebuking them for wanting to see Jesus when He came back? Or was there something deeper that they (and we) need to hear?
The Praise of The Wise
Why would the Wise Men travel so far, at such expense, and over dangerous roads? Jesus wasn't "their" King was He? And what can we learn from how they responded to Jesus wasn't they arrived?