This is the fourth teaching in the series titled, “Knowing Jesus”. This teaching is titled, “The Father’s Looking“, and looks at the parable of the “Lost Son or Prodigal Son”. Jesus uses this parable to make it clear the Father looks and sees and has compassion and then is willing to express His love in reckless extravagant ways that confound those that watch.
In this message, He Has Risen, Pastor Kenny talks about the implications of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It gives us a promise of a future large-scale resurrection of believers in Christ and a promise of a present-day in-breaking of the powers of the age to come in our lives so that we as Jesus’ disciples could live a new life as His new creation.
This is the third teaching in the series titled, “Knowing Jesus”. This teaching is titled, “Looking To Love” and looks at the parable of the “Good Samaritan. Jesus uses this parable to teach the same three steps of expressing love to others as He did to the widow of Nain; where He saw her, had compassion for people, and moved to help her. Jesus confronts those listening of the things that stop them from really seeing people and that keeps them from being moved with compassion
This is the second teaching in the series titled, “Knowing Jesus”. This teaching is titled, “The Compassion Of Jesus”, and looks at the love Jesus shows to the widow at Nain. Jesus models for us three steps in expressing compassion to others, see people, have compassion for people, and help others where they are at in the place of their pain.
This is the first teaching in a series titled, “Knowing Jesus”. This teaching is titled “Who Do You Say That I Am”. It examines the process of growing in knowing the person Jesus; knowing His life, His heart, His teachings and His ways. It starts with the initial encounter and revelation of Jesus as the Christ and must continue until we die or Jesus returns.
This is the sixth sermon in a series called “Teach Us To Pray”. This sermon from Pastor Kenny is titled “Deliver Us” and reminds us of our inability to keep ourselves from evil and that the Lord is able and willing to deliver us when we call out to Him.