Luke 22:31-34 and John 13:33-37
1. Satan Demands to Test Us
2. Weaknesses that led to Peter’s failure:
a. His ignorance
b. Overconfidence in himself
c. Neglect of spiritual resources
3. Jesus Intercedes for Us
Matthew 26: 26-29
1. Directions Given
2. Duration Announced
3. Differing Views
4. Doctrine Taught
The Reality of Jesus’ Life
The Reality of God’s Plan
The Reality of Jesus Death
The Reality of the Resurrection
The Reality of Our Need
Judges 3:7-11 Throughout Judges, when Israel ‘cried out’ to the Lord, it doesn’t necessarily mean they cried out form repentance. Yet God was faithful to deliver them from the oppression He had brought upon them. 1. God’s wrath expressed in consequences for sin shows His steadfast love that will not allow His people to remain…
Jesus promises that there is a hunger and thirst that He promises to satisfy.
In this introduction to a series on Judges, the overarching theme of the book as “sin brings judgment but repentance brings forgiveness and rest” is introduced. Three repeating themes of the book are also introduced. They are, the downward spiral of people toward increasing immorality and away from God spiritually. Second, that God is sovereign…
When you receive the gospel and hold it as central, you get sanctification in the bargain. When you receive the gospel and then, move on to other things, you lose both the gospel and it’s sanctifying power.
Jesus’s teaching on the greatest commandment has much to teach us on God’s love for us, our love for Him, our love for others, and the Christian life as a whole.
The only reasonable response to the faithfulness of God is a total allegiance to Him demonstrated by gratefulness and service from a humble heart.