A sermon from Luke 2:1-7 Two thousand years ago, the most powerful man in the world was Caesar Augustus and Caesar made a decree that everyone within the Roman Empire had to be registered. In order to register, however, you had to return to your hometown. Joseph, the man engaged to Mary, lived in the region Galilee and the town of Nazareth, which was over … Continue reading No Room For Jesus
2 Corinthians 11:30 “If I must boast, I will boast of the things that show my weakness.” The Christian life offers many paradoxes, one of which is the paradox of weakness. The Bible tells us that being weak is actually a good thing. Ironically, we all want to be strong. We want to be strong physically, mentally, emotionally, and in virtually every other way. … Continue reading What Is So Great About Being Weak?