Today we’ll learn what’s in it for us, or in other words, what benefits we received from being a disciple/apprentice of Jesus.
The Bible tells us that faith is assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things unseen and that without faith it is impossible to please God. However, we all have to start somewhere and that is usually with what we’ve witnessed. In today’s sermon we’ll learn the importance of being a good witness.
As we start wrapping up our sermon series, take a moment to think about what you believe about Jesus and why. What did it take for you to believe that Jesus is the Son of God who came to reconcile the world back to his Father? For Saul of Tarsus, he needed to be knocked off his donkey while on his way…
What would it take for you to trust someone with your future? Would you be more open to trusting them if they repeatedly gave you great advice? What if they accurately predicted multiple things that would happen to you years before the event? What would it take for you to believe?
Alleluia, Jesus is Alive!
What if Jesus really was who he claimed to be? What if he was the Son of God who came to earth to reconcile the world back to God the Father? What if he willingly died to atone for our sins and 3 days later rose from the grave? What if it’s true?
As we conclude our sermon series in Genesis, we’ll pick up where we left off last week and join Joseph in Egypt as he represents God.
The bible tells us that God loved Jacob and hated Esau, which makes no sense to me because Jacob was a liar who wasn’t very nice. Today, we’ll explore why God would choose to bless a dishonest cheater.