Is human life ultimately a comedy or a tragedy? Does it end ‘happily ever after’ or does it finish in disaster? A lot of views of the world teach that life is indeed a tragedy, but the Christian faith holds a very … Continue reading “Is Life a Tragedy or a Comedy?”
Part 12. Many people think of Heaven and Earth as two separate spaces, but it was never meant to be that way. When Jesus came, he started bringing Heaven to Earth, and when he returns, the two will be reunited forever.
CentrePiece, part 11. Jesus says “In the world you will have trouble. But take heart, I have overcome the world”.
Part 10. Why did Jesus come? To “seek and to save the lost”. He came to reach the broken, the fallen, the despised, the guilty, the ashamed. He came to reach you and me.
Part 9. Jesus has come and conquered Satan. For all of us who are in Christ, when Jesus wins, we win. As Romans 8 proclaims: “we are more than conquerors through him who loved us”.
Part 6. Jesus is the bread of life: all you could ever need is found in him. The things of this world cannot satisfy. But whoever believes in Jesus will have everlasting life, and they will not hunger or thirst for anything.
Part 5. To talk about being a friend of sinners is to delve into the heart of God — that’s when we really see Christ. He embraces both the outcasts, the traitors, the untouchables; and those right at the centre of society.
Part 4. The statistics paint a picture: wars, poverty, crime, suicide, anxiety, pornography, addiction… the world is a dark place. But there is no contest. Jesus is the light, and light always expels the darkness.
The message of the gospel is good news to all people everywhere. Jez highlights three different individuals in the book of Acts. All encounter Jesus in different ways, but all have the same basic need: to be set free.