Chances are someone has disappointed or maybe even betrayed you, but Judas committed the ultimate betrayal. Pastor Byron McGee shows us how Jesus reacted when he was betrayed and assures us that even when we feel betrayed, the Lord is always on our side.
Jesus wants to work in our lives on a one-on-one basis. He wants to get personal with us. This truth is best illustrated in John 13 when Jesus humbles himself and washes the feet of his disciples.
A belief in Jesus means you are rescued from darkness and receive eternal life. Part of believing is knowing that whatever we go through in life, He will be with us. However not believing in Jesus also has consequences.
What do you stand for? As Christians, we stand for the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. That is the Gospel and it is our hope and foundation. We need to be reminded of that not just on Easter, but on a daily basis.
Jesus is the light of the world. In this sermon, Pastor McGee explores the importance of walking with Jesus (The Light) so that we are not overtaken by darkness in our life.