The celebration of Jesus’ resurrection causes one to think of the power and authority held to allow life to be restored. In such a context, the word “impossible” seems out of place; yet Scripture tells us of the impossibility of the events surrounding Jesus’ resurrection – “it was not possible
As we make ready to enter the season of Spring and celebrate Easter, we must remember that the holiday has roots in the Jewish celebration of Passover. We turn our attention to this festival and feast and examine the picture prophesies that are displayed for our learning.
Life never seems to go the way we want it to or think it might. Often there are times of adjustment so that new information can be gathered, new plans formulated, new methods developed and tested, and a new normal reached. It is often during those times that we hear
As people gather on Easter Sunday, why do they celebrate? The Jews in Jerusalem celebrated Passover – a reminder of God’s great deliverance of His people from the land of Egypt. God used a specially chosen man, Moses, to accomplish this task. But why do we celebrate? We celebrate God’s
As Jesus rides into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, He declares Himself to be a better king than even David. This is a claim that David himself had made in the past. Join us as we study a promise made to David, listen to a statement from David, and discover that
Being the first at anything is noteworthy and conveys a sense of importance; to be the first human is certainly an honor. Yet we will find that Jesus is proven to be a better man than even the first man created. Pastor begins a mini-series leading up to Easter, titled