Synopsis: In a proverb designed to indicate the impossibility of something naturally happening, Luke 19:1-10 presents a living illustration of the truth Jesus taught in chapter 18: "a camel passes through the eye of a needle."
Synopsis: Do you find yourself to be like Zacharias - doubting the truth of God's Word and rejecting it personally because of experiences you have encountered? because of shattered dreams? because of unfulfilled expectations or unsatisfied hopes?
Synopsis: Life-changing decisions are made when based upon a life-changing encounter with the Lord of creation. Do you believe God is more eager to bless and use you than you want Him to do? Christ's command to "Launch out and let down your nets for a catch of fish" is most instructive for us today and challenges us to give ourselves fully and freely to Him to be used of Him to catch men for Christ!
Synopsis: There are actually two prodigals in this parable - one that went to the pig pen while the other stayed "in the pew." The point of the parable is to show the two extremes that God in His grace can reach. Is one of these sons a picture of your life?
Synopsis: Passion week climaxes with the crucifixion of Christ. The cross of Christ is not only the central fact of history, but it is also the central theme of Scripture. That being the case, we should not be surprised that Hebrews 12:1 admonishes us to "look unto Jesus...who endured the cross." It is good for saved sinners to look at the Cross in order that our love, appreciation and gratitude might be rekindled. It is good for unsaved sinners to look at the cross so the sight of the sacrificial Lamb of God might rescue their souls from sin's penalty. As we look tonight at Luke 23, there are four things we need to see as we "Look at the Cross."
Synopsis: What specifically were these ladies to remember about what Christ taught regarding His resurrection? Because we must remember the same! In today's message, learn two specific things that must be remembered about Christ's triumphant exit from the tomb on the third day after His death!
Synopsis: This NT text establishes the fact of Satan's Fall that Jesus witnessed. That raises the question--when did this happen? In this brief survey of the OT, there are some interesting hints of Scripture that may give us an idea of when it took place! The fall of Satan also encourages us that Satan's power is broken and Christ's entrance into this world was for the purpose of destroying the works of the devil (1 John 3:8).