How should a Christian treat their enemies? It’s easy to love and even like those we get along with, but what about those we struggle to understand or those who have even hurt us? I am convinced that you can tell a lot about a person by how they treat their enemies. We’re going to look at what the Bible says.
In this Palm Sunday sermon we are going to take a look at how a village, a tree, and a donkey foreshadow the finished work of Jesus Christ. We are going to take a deeper look into some of the foreshadowing that occurs in the story as we find out that simple details often shed light on spiritual truths.
Listen as Maury Brenneman teaches us about “The Serious Need to Engage the Community With Christ”.
Listen as Dale Stoll teaches about “A Better Definition For A Christian” which focuses ultimately on how we can re-establishing our identity in a confused post modern world.
Worship with Ignited Ministries.
Dennis Chaput teaches us about “Strengthening Marriages, Families, and Friendships While Making Disciples Who Make Disciples”.
Dale Stoll teaches about “Understanding the World We Live In” which focuses ultimately on how we can re-establish our identity in a confused post modern world.
Worship with Ignited Ministries. This was recorded live at the Awakening Conference 2018 during Main Session 1.
Jesus had an eternal mission. So He saw beyond stereotypes, cultural mores, and the politics of the day. He saw people with a level of compassion that could only be guided by a concern for their eternity and the problem of their sin. He treated people as a doctor with a cure rather than a critic with a correction.