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A leader of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther, wrote this hymn. It was immensely popular throughout Reformed Europe. I was sung in the streets, by poor Protestants on their way into exile, and by martyrs at their death. It became the true national hymn of Protestant Germany. What inspired Luther to write it?View Sermon
Little pig, little pig, let me come in. No, no, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin. Trying to resist temptation on our own is like living in a house of straw or sticks. Eventually it fails. Build your faith on a solid foundation – Jesus Christ.View Sermon
Live and let live. It’s none of our business. Who are we to judge? Matthew 7:1 is arguably the most misused verse in all of the New Testament. Hey, there’s a log in my eye! Am I a hypocrite?View Sermon
The only followers present at the crucifixion, except for John, were women. Who arrived at the tomb first? Three women. Who were the first human beings to witness a resurrected Christ? Women. But, Jesus bars them from celebrating with Him the most important Passover ever. Did He?View Sermon
Mary Magdalene, Joanna, and Susanna funded Jesus’ ministry. Priscilla and Aquila were co-workers with Paul and taught Apollos about Jesus. Mary the mother of Jesus and several other women were present in the upper room at Pentecost when the Holy Spirit came upon the believers. Surely, women had shared the Passover meal with Jesus for the two previous years, but not this time? Really?View Sermon
Is it possible that there were women at the Last Supper? Men and women had been celebrating Passover together since God instituted it in Egypt. However, for some reason, women were not allowed to come to Jesus’ Passover in Jerusalem? Are we sure?View Sermon