Cary Cox, from 2 Corinthians 4:13-15. Paul has explained that the Christian life and ministry involves embracing self-denial and death, so that others can be built up and receive life. Since ministry comes at such a high cost, why continue? Paul explains in this passage why he continues in the ministry.
Cary Cox, from Romans 16:25-27. Paul ends the book of Romans with a doxology of praise and glory to God for the gospel! In it, we see six aspects of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Cary Cox, from Ezekiel 37:1-14. In Ezekiel’s vision of the dry bones, we see a God who does the impossible, for his great glory! God raises the dead to life and restores our hope in him. Through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, we have new life, new hope and the promise of new bodies at the resurrection!
Church Planter Marwan Aboul-Zelof preaches from Matthew 9 about the ministry, motives and mission of Jesus Christ, and shares about his family’s missionary work in the Middle East. We go out in the mission for the sake of lost souls, and for the sake of the glory of Christ!
Cary Cox from Matthew 13:24-43. We see the persistent disciples coming to Jesus for explanation of truth while the crowds walk away confused. God is giving light to his people. Jesus teaches about the kingdom of heaven: it will start small and look insignificant, but grow steadily until the glory of God covers the earth! God will let the wicked continue to live on earth with the righteous until the end of the age – the harvest – when separation and judgment comes. These truths were surprising to Jesus’ hearers, but encourage his disciples to endure to the end. Glory is coming!
Pastor Cary Cox. Our focus is usually on getting relief from our most pressing problem or discomfort. God is focused on bigger things. His goal is the display of his great glory in all the earth; that all will know that he is the Lord! He deserves this glory, and he will get it.