Sermons by Rodney J. Mills (Page 3)
Our actual behavior, not our verbal claims, reveals whether or not we are walking as Jesus walked: confess sin quickly, keep His commands, love selflessly, live generously!
Humbly accepting Jesus’ invitation to change the way you think is the first step to leaving behind a life of disorientation and discovering the life you were meant to live.
To fish like Jesus, we may need to need to spend ample time eating with disreputable guests, going to where the people who need Him the most are located.
Our own experiences of the grace and love God has given us are the best message we have to invite others to experience it for themselves.
The Jesus Way of evangelism, which He demonstrated Himself, is for those who have been captured by the message of the Kingdom to invite others into it.
God’s character radiates with joy, and as his children, he delights in us, desiring that we might fully experience His joy as we fully delight in Him.
Learning to live in a state of peace in spite of circumstances calls for learning to practice the presence of God.
Christ-centered hope is a Holy Spirit empowered, confident expectation of God’s goodness in our future.
In gratefulness for His great love toward us, let us be His presence to the world around us, generously offering that same love to them.
Since your life is now hidden in Christ, put away your old thoughts, character, and behaviors and put on your new self.
Just as you have received Jesus Christ as Lord, continue to live in him, being rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, and overflowing with gratitude.
Christ is supreme in the original and new creation, and especially in the church, as he leads the Divine Conspiracy, overcoming evil with good. Download The Map, a study guide companion to each week’s sermon, designed to help you consistently reflect on Scripture as you pursue maturity in Christ.