Crucifixion was a brutal, terrible act of violence that Jesus was willing to endure because of His love for us and our salvation. He died victoriously and paid our price in full!
The Cross. Foolishness or Power?
May 1, 2022 • Bill Gehm • 1 Corinthians 1:18, 1 Corinthians 2:1–5, Matthew 12:47–49, Luke 2:33–35, John 10:17–18
Revived by Jesus...Again
June 19, 2022 • John 21:1–14
Confused and frustrated the disciples went out fishing in the evening. Without catching anything that night, Jesus came to them in the morning and told them to cast the net on the right side of the boat which blessed them with an abundance of fish. This shows us that we can do nothing apart from Christ. We are asked to spread the gospel which may not always work in our favor. However, with a little patience and diligence, the Lord can use us and whatever resources we have for His Glory. We will face difficulties, but stand firm and our reward will await us in Heaven. Go fish!
June 12, 2022 • John 20:24–31
The Gospel of John was written so that we may believe in Jesus. The Bible is all about Jesus, time and time again we see His love for us through His signs and the measures he went for us. He brought people together so that we can worship alongside each other and be a light to this world. Believe in the Lord, believe in the power of the Holy Spirit!