INTRODUCTION Text: 2 Samuel 9:1-4 We are introduced to a man of Saul’s house, named Mephibosheth. (Say that ten times fast!) He was Jonathan’s son, making him Saul’s grandson. According to 2 Samuel 4:4, Mephibosheth was approximately five years old when Saul and Jonathan were slain in battle. Upon hearing the news of his father’s […]
INTRODUCTION Text: 2 Cor. Ch. 4 (Prayer) This week I was greatly encouraged and inspired by a newly released song entitled, “Home,” written by Jason Ingram, Chris Tomlin, Jonas Myrin, and Ed Cash. The lyrics hit me hard! They reminded me that life on this earth is temporal. Our worries, frustrations, pain, and suffering; they […]
No religion has been persecuted more than Christianity. Yet it has not only survived—it has thrived! How could a religion founded by a Jewish carpenter continue to influence multitudes over the centuries? There is only one answer—This Jewish carpenter named Jesus is the Son of God.
The pattern for New Testament missions began at the Church at Antioch in Acts 13. Until now, Jerusalem had been the center of ministry. But from this point on, Antioch would become the new center.
How did God visit Cornelius? Through His ambassador, Peter. That is how God visits the lost today—Through His ambassadors, YOU and I. Every Christians is an ambassador for Christ—A missionary!
The world generally thinks a Christian is a fool. There is a bigger fool than a fool for Christ—It is a fool without Christ. What are the “marks” of a fool for Christ?