Diving straight into John chapter seven, Pastor talked about the dangers Jesus faced as He lived out His mission on this Earth. Some Jews wanted to make him king. Others wanted to kill him. Even his own brothers didn’t believe in what he was doing. It seemed that everyone had an agenda for what they wanted Jesus to do. But despite all the danger, all the pressure, all the fear, Jesus continued to boldly do exactly what he came to earth to do. At Christmas time, you may see family member who are not saved. You may be tempted to hid your faith to avoid ridicule. The dangers and fear you face this Christmas among your family and friends may be enough to force you to forsake what God gave you to do. But remebmer Christ and his boldness in danger and follow his example. If you would like to listen to this convicting message, visit http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=121111238116
Everything went great with Christmas on the Northside! We had several visitors and everyone had a great time enjoying the delicious food, drinks, and fellowship. Because of the evangelistic, Christmas appeal of the night, Pastor brought a powerful message entitled, “What will you do with the sent one?” Continuing in John seven, he showed how Jesus, on many occasions, mentions that he was sent by the father for a specific task: to save the world from their sins. Now, it is the responsibility of every person to decide what they are going to do with this sent one. There were those who hated Jesus and wanted him gone. Others thought Jesus was a good guy, but wanted nothing to do with him. But others truly believed on Jesus and accepted him as Lord. Which are you? To hear the full message, visit http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=1212112326143. It will be a challenge to you!
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday at 7:00 pm!