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Bits and Bytes

Posted by Rick on March 19, 2008

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday’s sermon, “What are you looking for?”:

  • The Jews were looking for a political king.
  • Jesus was meeting all of their expectations of the coming Messiah.
  • The people shouted “Hosanna”, which means, “Save us now!”
  • The formula was right for Jesus to be the Messiah; He healed the sick, He raised the dead, and He caused the blind to see.
  • The people missed the fact that He was coming to institute God’s Kingdom, not an earthly one.
  • We often miss the fact that Jesus, the Messiah, came to seek and to save the lost.
  • We want the Messiah to be a cure all for all of society’s woes.
  • We sometimes think that Jesus died to give us stuff.
  • He died to save us from our sins.

You can listen to Sunday Morning’s sermon here or by clicking the player below.

 

You can listen to Sunday Evening’s sermon, “When Jesus Got Mad”, based on Mark 11:15-18 here or by clicking on the player below.

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