- Colossians 4:2-6
Why is it so important that the Holy Spirit indwells Christians? What does he make possible in each of us individually that we couldn’t do without him? In the second week of our series on the Holy Spirit, we explore how the Holy Spirit is the answer to a deep human problem, bringing us into new life and leading us in that new life.
Who is the Holy Spirit? What does he do? In this first sermon in a four week series — Life-Giver: The Holy Spirit — we begin to unpack the identity and work of God the Spirit. He is God’s life-giving presence, who brings comfort by focusing our hearts on the Lord Jesus.
What’s worth giving everything to get? In these last four parables, Jesus tells us how and where to find real treasure.
Do you ever feel like you’re in a holding pattern with God? When you look at the world or the things going on in your life, you wonder, “why doesn’t God do something?” Jesus’ parables about the wheat and the weeds, the mustard seed and the yeast help us understand this question and a related one: how to wait well when God’s kingdom seems to be taking its time.
Our world is a cacophony of voices all promising justice, healing, and hope. Cutting through the confusion, Jesus speaks a clear word: Listen! The kingdom of heaven is here!