Rusty speaks more about the blind man that Jesus healed. While it is possible to grow in knowledge, but not grow in grace; it is impossible to grow in grace and not grow in knowledge of Christ. Three different groups learn that the man was given sight, but only the man himself truly believed!
During this time of Christ’s ministry, following Jesus meant excommunication from the temple. When Jesus heals a blind man, he must consider if he will follow Jesus, which could mean being disowned by his family and community. Following Christ has a cost, but it is always worth it!
Today we look at the story of Lazarus, the man who died and was raised to life again by Christ. Before his resurrection, however, there was great sorrow in his family. Christ was their true comfort, and he is our comfort as well.
Rusty concludes the series on Hebrews with a challenge. Grace is free, but it is not cheap. When Christ calls us, he calls us to die. The beauty, however, is that God himself is our reward!
Rusty Milton begins a two part message about how Christians can receive strength through grace. Christ suffered so that all the world’s sins could be put on his body and sanctified by his blood. We must rest in the fact that we are sanctified by Christ’s blood, because if we are in Christ, then we are being sanctified!
Rusty Milton teaches on Hebrews 13:5 and the difference between contentment and covetousness. “Keep your life free from love of money, and be content with what you have, for he has said,“I will never leave you nor forsake you.”
Rusty Milton speaks on Hebrews 13:1-3 and the importance of showing brotherly love to both the Stranger and the Sufferer.
Rusty Milton teaches on Hebrews 11:1-6.
Sermon Title: Faith
Date: May 6, 2012
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