Contributed on Oct 24, 2011
This sermon introduces a series about having a heart like Jesus based on Max Lucado's book, "Just Like Jesus."
Contributed on Oct 31, 2011
"To err is human, to forgive is divine," Alexander Pope. Being divine, Jesus displayed His forgiving heart. He can enable us to have a forgiving heart, just like His.
Contributed on Nov 6, 2011
Jesus had a compassionate heart, and so should we.
Contributed on Nov 14, 2011
In this sermon, we learn how to have a connected heart like Jesus. We can do so through listening to God through His word, practicing God's presence in prayer, and seeking God's face in worship.
Contributed on Nov 21, 2011
In this lesson, we explore what it means to have a rightly or wrongly focused heart. Jesus had a rightly focused heart, and we can have a heart like His.
Contributed on Nov 27, 2011
Jesus had an honest heart and so must we, because we are his followers.
Contributed on Dec 5, 2011
My series continues based on Max Lucado's book Just Like Jesus. In this sermon, we learn that having a pure heart begins with praying for one, and then continues with the necessary weeding and seeding.
Contributed on Dec 15, 2011
In this sermon based on a chapter from Max Lucado's book Just Like Jesus, we learn how to have a hope-filled heart like Jesus.
Contributed on Dec 20, 2011
In this lesson, we learn that having a rejoicing heart comes from learning to rejoice over our salvation and the salvation of others. We should rejoice that our name is written in heaven!
Contributed on Jan 27, 2012
This is the last sermon in the series and focuses on Jesus' ability to endure to the end and finish the race by focusing on the prize.