Jesus turning water into wine not only shows his authority over heaven and earth but also ushers out the old way of the world and welcomes the new.
It’s so easy to get caught up in the sign itself that we miss out on or ignore what the sign is actually pointing to. Every sign Jesus performed is a sign pointing to the fact that He is the Messiah.
John the Baptist came to bear witness that Jesus was the Son of God. We will listen to John’s testimony about Jesus and see our own need for him.
John concludes his Prologue with a beautiful picture of Jesus as the Word who became flesh. His glory – full of grace and truth – has been seen. In this sermon we will explore that glory and pray to see it.
Jesus is the true light through which God shines His grace and illuminates our faith.
Followers of Jesus make disciples of others and let the gospel shape every sphere of their lives. How do we do that? What does it look like? That is the subject of this week’s message.
In order for man to be saved, Christ must be fully God and fully Human.
God became man in order to save man so that he can transform man for His glory.
Jesus is Immanuel, God with us. What does this mean and why was it necessary for our salvation that God would come to earth? This sermon will tackle those questions.
Paul concludes his letter to the Galatian believers reminding them that there is only one thing worth boasting in, because there is only one thing that has secured every blessing we have: the cross of Jesus Christ.