Sermons from May 2017

The Famed Psalm 51!

Certain habits are always useful, for instance, minding our “P’s and Q’s”. Another great habit is the confession of sin. Not because we may happen to sin someday soon, but rather because we dabble in sin every day of our lives. If ever there was a relevant, and useful daily habit, it is confession of…

Compassion

When the Scripture describes the compassion of Jesus it isn’t talking about a superficial sympathy toward others. He empathizes deeply and enters into our suffering, feels our pain and knows our languages. Jesus is known for his compassion. It is part of who he is and how he lived (Matthew 14:14, Mark 8:2, Matthew 20:34).…

Magnify

Without exception, we have all navigated career change, family change and other transitions. With all change comes the good and the unexpected. Case in point, a young Jewish girl named Mary was given the most remarkable news any ear has heard. She would carry the Messiah. The news was stunning, joyful and frightening. It also…