“What about you? Who do you say that I am?” Brothers and sisters in Christ, it’s not just the disciples in Caesarea Philippi that are facing that question today. You and I are faced with it as well. So what about you?
The church is meant for all people and cannot let prejudice thrive among its members. That’s why, today, we are going to study Matthew 15:21-28, which demonstrates the truth of Christian multiculturalism.
You don’t need to be able to handle everything to live a joyful, contented life. And we find out why today as we look at the Feeding of the 5,000 in Matthew 14, where Jesus tells his disciples and us exactly what to do when God asks for too much.
Are you really on the LORD’s side? Isn’t that a ridiculous question for a group of believers gathered for worship? Isn’t that a ridiculous question for you? There is certainly evidence that you are. You’ve been baptized into God’s family.
Perhaps some of you have received an email similar to this one: Dear in Christ, I am Mrs. Sandra Wills an aging widow suffering from long time illness. I have some funds I inherited from my late husband, the sum of $9,400,000.
Moving to Madison almost 2 years ago was certainly an adjustment. Some things were easy to get used to. I certainly don’t mind the 5 minute trip to Menards when compared to the 45 minutes it used to take.
It’s confession time. How many of you groaned when you saw that it was Trinity Sunday today? How many of you groaned when you leafed through the bulletin and saw that we’d be reciting the Athanasian Creed?