Sermons on humility
Isaiah 66:1-6 Humble, Contrite in Spirit, and Trembles at my Word.
Matthew 5:5 Meek? What even is that? Is that the timid? Or maybe the powerless? Well, no, actually Jesus was a perfect picture of Meekness, and God is actively making us look like Jesus in this area too! So what is meekness?
Matthew 5:3 Jesus lays out the only entry way to God’s kingdom.
Colossians 3:12-15 IN keeping with the picture of the garments the believer is to put off or put away, Paul here instructs Christians what to then put on in p0lace of those sinful things. Compassion, kindness, mercy, gentleness, patience, and above all love.
Colossians 2:16-23 Now that you have Christ, what do you need to do to ensure that your salvation is complete? Do you need to be more humble? Do you need to keep a list of religious rules or traditions? Do you need to increase your level of self denial? Paul answers these questions resoundingly: NO, let no one judge you, let no one disqualify you, insisting on anything but Christ!
Colossians 2:6-7 How did you receive Christ? What was your heart like when you meet Him and He came to be your Lord and savior? Go back to that time, consider where your heart was, and ask yourselves if that is still what your heart looks like.
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John 1:14. Jesus birth is incredibly important to the Christian faith. Why does it matter that He was born to a virgin. Why does it matter that God is His Father?
Luke 22:63-71. The Jews arrested Jesus and brought Him before the High Priest, and eventually before the full Sanhedrin who have already determined that He should be put to death, and now seek to justify that decision.
Luke 22:47-53. The betrayal of the Lord which Jesus has been pointing to as coming for some time in His teaching arrives. Judas leads a crowd to arrest the Lord, and in a pretense of affection for Jesus, He betrays the Lord with a kiss.