Sermons by Wes Gunn (Page 3)
When our spouse points out growth areas in our life, it is easy to resist. But our spouse is in the best position to help me become more like Jesus.
Navigating the maze of marriage is complicated! But you can keep it on the right track by working on YOUR selfishness.
It is so easy to get out of the rhythm of consistent truth-telling. Lies are like a wedge. They start small but gain enormous power. Jesus has some words to help us in the fight.
Our frantic and hurried life sometimes causes us to miss what God has in front of us. Jesus will teach us that hurry is the enemy of grace.
The rhythm of praying scripture is a powerful discipline to pray outside of my agenda and invite God’s agenda to be done. Scripture combined with our faith unlocks divine power to demolish strongholds.
The Christmas story is told from four perspectives- all of which enlarge our understanding of what God was doing through birth of Jesus. Ultimately, their goal is more than information, but to lead us to a place of belief.
In the Christmas story darkness is represented by Herod, who works to extinguish the light coming into the world. But as John reminds us, darkness always looses to the light.
Holidays can hard for many reasons. If you’re in a difficult season John has some great encouragement about the light that overcomes the darkness.
Is it a tragedy when a young missionary is killed serving abroad? Or is there a greater tragedy? Paul’s mission work in a difficult city provides a framework for how to think about current events.