Christ Church Jerusalem
Rev. John Howanstine notes that the transfiguration is the the hinge point of the gospels. The veil is momentarily parted and the disciples don’t know how to respond to it. Jesus' very physical presence is transformed before them.
Rev. John Howanstine explains how God uses images in the gospels, images of reality given from the heart of God, images to encourage us to faithfulness. What images are we saturating ourselves in?
Rev. Aaron Eime’s sermon focuses on the Kingdom of Heaven, the Messianic expectations of John and his disciples, and the tension between free will and predestination.
Rev. John Howanstine exhorts us to continue walking out our position and identity in Christ as we present ourselves to him as living sacrifices, saying that, "He who receives you receives Me."
Rev. John Howanstine exhorts us to a deeper and more faithful discipleship, sharing personal testimony. He asks the question, “How does home work for you?”
Rev. John Howanstine shares a word of exhortation on the walk of Deeper Faithfulness.
Rev. Aaron Eime explores the Trinity and uses two pictorial icons to illustrate his message. God invented the calendar as a means to help his people remember his mighty acts. The mystery and majesty of the Divine is seen in the Trinity.
Rev. Aaron Eime reminds us that in the lectionary, Easter is not a one-day event but a four-week season, a time of reflection on the teaching of Jesus, now that we know he is alive.
Rev. Aaron Eime reminds us that God shines the light wherever it is darkest and we need to be like Jesus therefore the best place for us to shine is in the darkness. How do we do this?
Sarah Colyn states that our primary cure is Communion with God; God is always with us even when our senses do not perceive Him and as we maintain spiritual disciplines, by the effort of our will, we affirm to our souls that God is here with us
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