Sermons from April 2023
Waiting can be difficult at times, and can lead to some poor choices. We will see what can be learned from Abraham in the long period of waiting before his promised son was born.
Now that Jesus has fulfilled his call to complete his Father’s will and pay for our sins by his death on the cross, and rose victorious from the grave, what are we waiting for? The resurrection of Jesus still leaves his disciples with more questions, and Jesus has the answers for them, and us.
Today we celebrate what we have gained through the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. What a triumphant day for those that are in Christ!
The account of the last hours of Jesus life leading up to his crucifixion is a powerful picture of the extent that He would go to make sure that any who trust in Him would not have to suffer what he did.What we deserved was death, “But God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5:8
Would your prayer life take you to the place that you would deny your own wishes,even your own well-being to carry out the Father’s will? Jesus will once again be theperfect role model for praying that the will of the Father is done instead of ours.