By learning from Jesus's example, we all can experience first-hand the deep and abiding love of God for us as individuals.
We should always pay special attention to those around us whose state of mind reflects a somber message: "…I am stumbling and about to fall, and my pain is constantly with me."
In today's sermon, we take a look at both the legal and theological issues involved, which reminds us that, ultimately, God's judgment and justice will prevail.
When most people saw the situation with Jarius's daughter as hopeless, Jesus instead saw potential that simply needed to be unleashed by providing for her the things that every woman needs.
Jesus told His followers that if they continued in His word, they would know the truth and the truth would make them free.
We have the almost unimaginable opportunity to be called friends of God and, to facilitate this, He has given us the assurance that He has shared in—and can relate to—all of the pain and hardship we as human beings endure in this life.
The journey the "Wise men" from the East took to worship the Christ child is similar to the journey that we each take in coming to Him.
Let us be willing to re-examine how we worship God, be open to removing barriers to worship and demonstrate our faith in worship.
Matthew 8:2 KJV
Jesus used a parable that described the misfortunes of a traveler who suffered until he was blessed by a certain Samaritan who came to him. And when he saw him, he had compassion on him.