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Series: Story of God

As the coronavirus continues to leave it's mark on our lives, we turn to the Psalms to help us lament the fact that the world isn't as we'd like it to be. The longings we experience in these days (coffee with friends, going out to eat, not worrying about jobs, etc) are really longings for heaven. And because of Jesus, that is one guarantee that we can be sure of.
When the Pharisees approach Jesus, they ask him to do a magic trick. And he replies with, "Like Jonah was dead (in the belly of a fish) for three days and then rose again (came back to land alive), so the Son of Man will be resurrected." What else does the story of Jonah have to say about Jesus' life and ministry, death and resurrection?
Jesus sat down with his disciples and took the time to help them understand what prayer is and isn't, and what God is looking for. Hint: It's keeping the big picture in mind as you pray.

Bread of Life

February 23, 2020
In John 6, a huge crowd is following Jesus excitedly, searching him out, because they want to see some signs. The Passover is happening, so people who have heard about…
Jesus told the people of his day: "I am the light of the world. Anyone who follows me will not walk in the darkness, but will have the light of life." Jesus isn't one of several lights, the lighting section of Menards or Lowes. He's THE Light of the World, which means, if the world with all it's darkness is ever going to have light, it'll only be through him.