Jesus said that there are four types of people who listen to his teachings, and how they respond shows the type of hearts they have toward God. Which are you? The Hard Heart, the Stony Heart, the Divided Heart or the Good Heart?
Jesus is many things to many people. To his own relatives, he was a fanatic, someone to be rescued from himself. To the religious leaders, he was a fiend, an emissary of Satan. But to Jesus, if you believed in him and did God’s will are part of his family. Who do you think he is?
The buck does not stop here at Community Church of the Hills because we want to further the kingdom by winning people to Jesus, equipping them for service and sending them out. Here’s the initial plan….
What would happen if you truly lived your life for Jesus, recklessly abandoned, not caring what others thought of you? Do you think God might use your zeal for his purposes? They said Jesus was out of his mind because of what he was doing and look what he accomplished. You will be encouraged to risk for God after listening to this message.
Mark 16:15 – Why is believing in Jesus so important? How does historical Christian belief differ from the cults and what is at stake? Your very eternity depends on the answers to these questions which you will get through this message.
Part 4: Shall Not Perish HELL is a subject that rarely gets attention anymore in most churches because it’s so unpleasant. C .S. wrote this about the subject of Hell: “[This is a] doctrine which I would…willingly remove from Christianity…But it has the full support of Scripture and, especially, of our Lord’s own words; it has always been held by the Christian Church, and it has the support of reason.” That’s why I must talk about it now.
Part 3: Shall Not Perish Why is believing in Jesus so important? How does historical Christian belief differ from the cults and what is at stake? Your very eternity depends on the answers to these questions which you will get through this message.
God so loved the world by giving his very best. That’s the second part of John 3:16: “that he gave his one and only Son…” Think of the sacrifice God made on your behalf by dying on the cross- an innocent man- to save you! This message will remind you about how vast and deep id God’s love for those who turn to Him.
John 3:16 has been called the greatest verse in the Bible. Pastor John MacArthur said it was “the most familiar and beloved verse in all of Scripture.” One man said that this verse is “a text that contains an ocean of thought and a drop of language.” Martin Luther called it: “The heart of the Bible–The Gospel in miniature. It is the Bible itself.” Find out what makes this verse so great and see if you agree!
There are 6 things a Christian must do when faced with problems, troubles, and incredible trials that seem like they will never be resolved. The first three are covered in this sermon. Your faith and walk with God will be improved greatly if you apply these truths to your life.