Contributed on Aug 6, 2006
Why did Jesus rebuke these sailors (who knew a bad storm when they saw one) for their fear? I don’t think He did. Find out why.
In our last series, we dealt with questions we’d like to ask God. For the next few weeks, we’re going to turn that around and look at questions Jesus would ask us. And the first question we’re going to deal with is found in found in Mark 4:35-41 - "Why Are You So Afraid?". (Read text and have ...read more
Contributed on Aug 13, 2006
The "Good Confession" is the foundation of our faith. If we don’t understand what it means, it could have a serious effect on our relationship with Jesus. Do you understand it as you should?
OPEN: The warship had just returned from a tour oversees and the young ensign shown himself to be responsible and efficient. Because of that he was given the opportunity to take command of the ship as it made its out to sea again. As the ship was to pull away from the dock, the ensign gave a ...read more
Contributed on Aug 21, 2006
It would appear that Jesus never asked this question of anyone else in the Gospels. Didn’t He know what these blind men needed?
OPEN: A man walks into a dentist’s office and says, "Excuse me, can you help me. I think I’m a moth." The dentist replied "You don’t need a dentist. You need a psychiatrist. His office is just down the hall" "Yes, I know." Says the man. "So, why did you come in here?" asked the ...read more
Contributed on Aug 28, 2006
One of the harshest questions Jesus asked was asked of the Pharisees: "How shall you escape Hell?" As much a byword of legalism as they were, we must be careful we don’t fall into the traps that ensnared them.
OPEN: Down thru the ages, there have been rare occasions when different printings of the Bible have been found to have small errors them · For example in 1653 Christians were upset to find that one Bible which declared: “Know ye not that the UNRIGHTEOUS shall inherit the kingdom of God?” · The ...read more