A dear friend of Jesus, Lazarus, is dying. Jesus comes four days after His death and shows His human side as He weeps for His friends death.
- Mar 13, 2016Jesus Wept
- Mar 6, 2016Who’s Your Shepherd?
- Mar 2, 2016The NailsMar 2, 2016The Nails
As Jesus is nailed to the cross, His followers think all is lost. But this was just the beginning. Jesus’ death, being nailed to the cross, was the punishment that was called for to redeem the world from their sin and we still reap the benefit of those nails and Jesus’ sacrifice. No one take the life of Jesus, He lays it down.
- Feb 28, 2016Was Blind But Now I See
- Feb 24, 2016Hail, King!
- Feb 21, 2016I AM
- Feb 17, 2016What’s Your Price?
- Feb 14, 2016The Work of the Father, the Work of the SonFeb 14, 2016The Work of the Father, the Work of the SonJesus healed the lame man at the pool of Bethesda because this is the work of the Father – to bring healing, health, salvation, and redemption. The Father and the Son were working together to bring life to the world.
- Feb 10, 2016Nor do I CondemnFeb 10, 2016Nor do I CondemnIn our lives, we sin on a daily basis; we make mistakes and fail to live up to God’s expectation of us. Despite our failures, God forgives us and sets us free with the comfort and command, “Nor do I condemn you, go and sin no more.”
- Feb 7, 2016Baker’s BestFeb 7, 2016Baker’s Best
After Jesus feeds thousands with a few loaves of bread and some fish, He tells people that He is the bread of life. The bread that He gave to the people and the bread Moses gave in the wilderness were miraculous, but the bread of life, which is Christ will satisfy us forever.