↓ Download Service Folder 21st Sunday after Pentecost Mark 10:17-27 Intro: Are you familiar with the epic poem Dante’s Inferno? If you’re not, it’s the fictional tale of a man who’s led on a guided tour of hell. While it’s certainly not inspired Scripture by any means, the 14th century author Dante does have some…
15th Sunday after Pentecost, 1 Kings 3:5-12
“Since you have asked for this and not for long life or wealth for yourself, nor have asked for the death of your enemies but for discernment in administering justice, 12 I will do what you have asked. I will give you a wise and discerning heart”
2nd Wednesday of Lent, Matthew 27:1-5
He will always receive you with arms outstretched and hands with scars that prove His eternal love for you. Turn to Jesus, do not turn away.
19th Sunday after Pentecost, Luke 16:19-31
If I were the devil I would stop at nothing, I would do anything, I would try everything in order to get you and your loved ones to spend an eternity in hell with me.
18th Sunday after Pentecost, Amos 8:4-7
You see, you don’t have to find security and control in money, the cross of Christ proves God’s unending care for you.
21st Sunday after Pentecost, Mark 10:17-27
Jesus does not say that it is impossible for people with money to enter the kingdom. He said, “All things are possible with God.” The people in danger are those who put their wealth before God.
3rd Sunday of Easter, 2 Cor 2:12-16
Knowing that Jesus is alive, that victory is won, that sins are forgiven, that is what gives you success every day. Not success as the world sees it or describes it or defines it, but real success as God defines it.
3rd Sunday after Epiphany, Mark 1:14-20
Since God in His grace has called you to faith, since His good news, His gospel has won your heart, He’s given you eternal and infinite significance in life, not to fish for things in life that one day you’ll have to leave here, but to use the gifts He’s given you to share His grace and fish for people, people whom you can take with you forever.