Summary: In this passage Jesus teaches us: 1. The Importance of Baptism 2. The Transformational Nature of Baptism 3. Our Baptismal Identity. This is a message that speaks of the sacredness of Christian baptism.
Summary: The Holy Spirit does the hands-on work in the Bible: creating, inspiring, empowering, communicating the Word. Jesus left Him to direct the church. Are we ignoring Him or are we seeking Him and cooperating with Him?
Summary: While I do not follow the "Church Calendar" as if it were the Word of God, Trinity Sunday is a good reminder of the necessity to attempt to convey the wonders of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit as the Trinitarian Godhead!
Summary: Jesus submits to the Father in baptism, although as John pointed out, he had no need to be baptized (he was without sin). However, Jesus is righteous by doing what is "right" and sets the example and standard for us.
Summary: Oneness theology denies the Trinity doctrine and claims that there is one person in the Godhead who has manifested himself in three different forms: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Is this belief true?
Summary: It is one thing to be a witness to the things of Christ. It is another to understand the example or pattern for life Christ set for us to follow and do so. This short series was the result of 2 yrs of questioning my direction after 6 yrs of ministry