Answer this question without being some kind of classic heretic: Why did Jesus pray? In this teaching we look at why Christians believe in the Trinity, and why it's the foundational doctrine of true faith.
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A dramatic reading of Acts 2:1-11 followed by Kemper giving a message on the implications of Pentecost. Perhaps you have wondered about such things as spiritual habitation and demonic possession—if so, you may be quite interested.
It’s sad, really—no one pays much attention to Ascension Day. If you had to write down the top three reasons for why Ascension Day matters, what would you put? I don’t think we know much about the ascension.
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When Jesus says unless we eat His flesh and drink His blood, is He talking about Communion? Are Christians cannibal vampires? Also, do we worship Jesus, or what He gives us? The crowd was only interested in Jesus for what He could give them. They wanted bread, they didn’t want a Lord.
So, why did John end his Gospel this way?
With a cool little story about the disciples going fishing, Jesus making them breakfast and having an awkward conversation with Peter. Why? What does he want us to do with this information? How does this wrap up the story? Is it like the scene after the credits in a Marvel movie? Like when the Avengers save the world and then they’re just sitting around a little restaurant in New York eating shawarma?