We always believe we are right. And we hold out little hope for our enemies. But Jesus, the powerful King, shows a different way of living in Luke 8:26-39. Listen to Pastor David’s sermon here:
Sometimes we pray and expect God to answer our prayers. Sometimes we pray and hope God will hear us. Sometimes we don’t even know how to pray.
Fifty people died in a shooting rampage in Orlando early yesterday morning. The twenty-year-old son of Pastor Bill Greiner, the senior pastor of our sister church Eagle Ridge Church of God in Midland, died in a car collision last week, early on Sunday morning. And ten years ago last week, I wrote a blog post in which I tried to process the shooting deaths of seven people across the alley from our apartment in Indianapolis, which came just a month after the deaths of five people from our college in another auto collision.
How do we make sense of the tragedies in our lives? Where is God in all this mess?
Jesus, our King, has the power to forgive. How does this idea influence how we look at other people? Listen to Pastor David’s sermon on Luke 7:36-50.
On a dreary, bleak morning, Pastor David preaches on the amazing compassion of Jesus, our loving King. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 7:11-17.