In John chapter 15, Jesus describes his relationship with his followers as being like a vine and branches. We look at 7 things that Jesus said of himself and his disciples and ask ‘can we bring our own YES’, in faith, to all he says.
Today we look in Luke 7 at the extravagant outpouring of worship to Jesus from Mary who knew Jesus as a teacher, friend, healer and the one with power over life & death. Her revelation as to who Jesus was meant that despite her past, she was saved by faith in Him.
The apostle Paul commended the Thessalonians for their work of Faith, labour of Love and steadfastness of Hope (1 Thess 1.3). In this message we’ll start to build on our existing definitions for these three great aspects of our life in God’s Kingdom. And we’ll also consider how together, working in unison, they can prove to be a cord of three strands for us all (Eccl 4.12).
The Father’s Love – when we start to understand it, and allow it to effect us – it changes our lives forever! We move into a different realm of faith, of hope, of security. It sets us free!
In Luke’s account of Jesus calming a storm, Jesus asks his disciples ‘Where is your faith?, implying that the disciples had faith but it couldn’t be seen. In today’s all-age gathering we consider ways in which we can stir our own faith so that it is visible to ourselves and those around us.
Roger & Dianne Aubrey join us for our 2022 Momentum conference and share about Hope & Faith.