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info_outline Mark 14:12-21 06/02/2021
Mark 14:12-21 Jesus had just come from the house of Simon the Leper… where a woman lavished on Jesus a great act of honor and worship… though she probably didn’t know it, Jesus said, “She has anointed my body for the burial.” Now, one day later, he and his disciples are preparing for the Passover and Jesus’ thoughts and intent are from here on focused on the cross.
info_outline Mark 14:1-11 05/26/2021
Mark 14:1-11 Why was The Son of Man anointed with spikenard before the Passover and Unleavened Bread? It was a symbol which showed that He is the Messiah/Christ, chosen because his life was unleavened and precious in value. And the very costly pure nard will be broken and poured out, through burial, for many.
info_outline Mark 12:35-44 04/28/2021
Mark 12:35-44 God celebrates the faith of those who trust in Him with all that they own. Giving to God through our time, talent, and treasures isn't just about what we are giving but the heart behind it. To God, what you are giving from is more important than what you are giving too.
info_outline Mark 12:28-34 04/14/2021
Mark 12:28-34 There is almost no better way to command absolute love for another person than to say, love them the way that you naturally love yourself. Even the people who say I hate myself - still at the deepest part of their heart desire their own well being. This text is not calling us to neglect ourselves either. Only to love our neighbor with the same type of tenacity, intentionality, commitment that we choose for ourselves.
info_outline Mark 12:13-18 03/24/2021
Mark 12:13-18 Here’s what sin is; It’s taking our lives, made in the image of God, for God, by God and using all of our ability, our capacity, and our talent in rebellion against God. To live for our own praise, with our own purpose, in our own way. The consequence of this rebellion is death and separation. But the image that is marred in sin, is restored by the blood of the perfect image of God.
info_outline Mark 12:1-12 03/10/2021
Mark 12:1-12 But Remember... Jesus came at a time when the Temple was still standing, when the Priesthood of Israel was still in effect, and when the sons of Aaron had charge over the sacrifices. The Cohanim Presented the Lambs for Sacrifice. So... shouldn’t there have been some connection, some recognition given by the priestly line. That the final and ultimate sacrifice had come?
info_outline Mark 11:18-22 02/17/2021
Mark 11:18-22 So to become great in God, you must become deep in God. strengthen your roots. Make it your priority to grow deeper in the hidden and secret places and your life will bear much fruit as it is written, "The root of the righteous . . . will bear fruit." Proverbs 12:12
info_outline Mark 11:12-18 02/10/2021
Mark 11:12-18 Jesus entering the temple should be one of the most incredible moments of anyone’s life. The Messiah, the King of Kings has come into the holy place of God. This is where the people of God should be able to come into the presence of God. Here is the righteousness, glory, exact representation of God. This should be cause for celebration.
info_outline For Such a Time As This Pt. 3 12/23/2020
For Such a Time As This Pt. 3 Destruction does not negate the Builder… in fact the contrast illumines Him all the more. Our sin, our choices cost Him pain and suffering too. The only reason there is a Christmas is because we are Sinners… that need a Savior.
info_outline For Such a Time As This Pt. 2 12/15/2020
For Such a Time As This Pt. 2 Christmas and the Cross are a display of God’s love and the way He deals with sin. God and Humanity have always differed in the way they deal with sin right from the Garden of Eden. The incarnation (birth) life and death of Jesus is God’s plan to deal with sin.
info_outline For Such a Time As This 12/09/2020
For Such a Time As This I hope that Christmas this year would matter more than ever. I hope every week is another week for you to embrace the coming of Christ and the love, forgiveness, help that he offers. I hope that from the darkness of the 2020, the light of Christ would re-emerge in the church.