Sermons on Jesus
This week Jim delves into the specifics and meanings of the trial of Jesus Christ as well as his crucifixion and death. What does it mean for us now? What was it like for the Apostles and early followers of Christ?
The Church is seen as married to Christ throughout the New Testament. We’ve all been to weddings and have seen the bride come down the Isle in all her splendor. That is what God wants for His Family. We should put ourselves on display as a good example and a shining light in the world.
There are many days in the life of Jesus that we remember: his birth, his crucifixion, his ascension. But most likely there is one day in his life that most of us has forgotten. Do you know what it is? This week Richard will tell you all about it. Did you guess right?
This week Richard explains how in Christ we will never truly die. But we have been raised, as Jesus was raised from the dead to never die again. Death is a facto of life that many people live in fear of and are a slave to. However, with Jesus Christ as our savior, we who are in the Kingdom of God need never live in fear of death.
On the day before his death, Jesus came together with his Apostles to eat the Passover Meal, remembering God’s great deliverance of Israel from their years of slavery in Egypt. This would be no ordinary night. Jesus would take the bread and cup of the Passover meal and reinterpret them in terms of his own body and blood.