What has changed in me as I embrace the reality of Jesus's resurrection? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Watch this short video as told to us through the eyes of the Apostle Peter. He tells us first-hand what he experienced with Jesus in this second of a two-part story.
How could Jesus have died for just the chosen and still have redeemed the entire human race? The Bible seems to send mixed messages on this question, however if we look at the big picture context of these things it reveals a whole new level of meaning. To get answers to these seemingly contradictory Scriptures, watch this quick vlog then listen to our full podcast of the same name.
Loving your enemies is to want good and not harm to come to them. Jesus mapped this out for us, especially in the last days of his life before his crucifixion. Jesus not only taught us in detail how to love our enemies, he showed us in living color how to profoundly care for them. He literally "walked the walk" – all the way to Calvary. As we look back upon the death and resurrection of Jesus, we will see how he was the instruction manual for loving your enemies. How did Jesus show devotion to those who were devious and hostile, attachment to those who antagonized him and affection for those who became his adversaries? For an in depth bible study listen to our inspiring podcast of the same name.
Loving our enemies is probably one of the most difficult concepts that Jesus gave to his followers, however he is probably one of the GREATEST examples of truly living what he spoke. How did he show his love for those who cursed him and eventually killed him?
A well-known text was spoken by Jesus to one of the thieves dying on the cross next to him: "Today shalt thou be with me in paradise…” What was Jesus saying to this thief? What was he promising and why was he promising it? It's probably not what you thought...