"family" Tagged Sermons
If we want to be faithful to God, it helps to know what He values. And what better place to start than the Ten Commandments. But the commandments (and the law as a whole) are actually only minimums. Jesus expects much more from His followers.
The apostle Paul makes it clear that Jesus can return anytime. This imminence should keep us focused on the work at hand. We cannot allow work or family or pursuits keep us from our mission. Often situations can derail us. Good times make us complacent, while bad periods distract us. Whatever the case, we need to keep our eyes on Jesus and His commands.
As Joshua gives his final address to the children of Israel, he challenges them to choose God and to keep Him central in their lives. In this sermon based on Joshua 24:13-15 Pastor Bruce shows that the same challenge exists for Christians in the 21st Century.
As Jesus earthly ministry begins to wind down, He challenges His followers with what it really means to be His disciple.