The communion table is for the broken, the weak, and the coward. Sin and the atonement for sin sit together.
Our acts of worship through the lens of Christ and the surprises we may encounter along the way.
The end of the age occurred at the fall of the Temple in 70 AD. God’s unshakable kingdom is growing to fill the whole earth; populated by a people from every tribe, tongue, and nation.
God’s judgements are poured out on Israel in 70 AD. Every word of prophecy is a mercy for the church.
The disciples ask when the Temple will be destroyed. Everything that follows is an answer. The disciples were living in the End Times.
Jesus is the Savior of the world; not the religious leaders and not the ritualistic system centered in the Temple. Accepting Jesus as Savior means laying down everything in this life.
All opposition is silenced by the wisdom and authority of Jesus. Jesus is the love that comes
The tension surrounding Jesus increases. Jesus refuses to affiliate Himself with the systems of men and calls all people to live for God.
Jesus stands as the new covenant in the midst of the old covenant. We see that to deny God is to try to be god.
Mark 11:27 - 12:12
Jesus finally arrives in Jerusalem with great excitement, but enters the temple in a very unexpected way.
Jesus gets serious about the cost of following Him. We do not live sacrificially because it is the best ethic, but because we love our Savior and want to be like Him.
Jesus exposes how a person can have assurance of salvation.
The resurrection initiated a number of incredible realities for every person who trusts in Jesus for life. These are just a few.
Jesus speaks hard words about divorce and beautiful words about marriage. Single or married, let us have childlike faith.
A series of vignettes where Jesus expands the meaning of discipleship and His Kingdom. The Kingdom is far more inclusive and valuable than the disciples understood.
The bridge between human inadequacy and Christ’s sufficiency is faith.
The veil is removed, and the glory of Jesus is revealed. Mark 9:2-13