Jesus tells the Scribes and Pharisees three times that they would die in their sins. How could they accomplish this?
The thought is unthinkable! Imagine what the world would be like if Jesus had not come from God to be our Savior and Lord.
With a special day coming in which family and friends exchange gifts, it is fitting that we give thanks for the greatest gift anyone could possibly conceive.
Hearing the Word of God is not easy because when we hear it, we must make choices for our lives. When you hear the Word, what are the choices you make that will make a difference in your life?
This is the story of how Jesus changed the lives of those who crossed His path. What happened then can, and must, happen to us.
Perhaps one may preach about love in wrong ways and use love as only a feeling toward people and especially God. However, love is at the heart of everything a Christian does.
Jesus came into the world to save the world, but the world did not recognize Him and His own “received Him not.” What was true in the first century continues to be true in the twenty-first century.
The incarnation, the visit of God to earth in the person of Jesus, is the central point of human history and the heart of the gospel message, the greatest story ever told.