VIDEO ONLY: From Job 31, Job’s attempt at self-justification is examined. Being “right” in our own eyes is deceptive.
Since Jesus’ mother played such an important role in the birth of Christ, I want us to consider the question Jesus’ asked in Matthew 12:48, “Who is my mother? and who are my brethren” (repeated in Mark 3:33). It is a question of FAMILY.
Sin levels the playing field—Sin puts us all in the same boat. These nine Jewish lepers had no problem being in the same company with a Samaritan leper. Under normal circumstances they would never remain in the presence of a Samaritan.
The lawyer realized he has incriminated himself. So he seeks to justify himself by asking Jesus another question—“And who is my neighbour?”
Mark 8:34-38— Question: What’s Your Soul Worth? (Mt. 16:26) It is said, “Everyone has a price.” There is little evidence of those in the world to say otherwise. If that is so, then we should wonder, “What is my price?” There is a story of a man who approached a woman to escort him on […]
Missionary to Nicaragua Jaron Rogers encouraged our hearts to gratefully pick up the burden of serving God. We should gladly serve Him with this new burden, that is such a blessed relief after the burden of sin we bore for our previous master, Satan.