Who are you? That is a most important question—a most important existential question (i.e. a question that has everything to do with our existence). It is not unrelated to the question, why are you here? These two questions go hand in hand. If we answer
Someone has titled this passage, “The withered hand, and the withered heart.” Apropos. It summarises this episode perfectly. This is a very rich passage, where the Lord of the Sabbath instructs his disciples about the heart of the Sabbath, as well as the heart on
The following sermons form a part of the “one anothers” miniseries preached from the pulpit of Brackenhurst Baptist Church.
There are 59 “one anothers” in the New Testament. Healthy churches are constantly “one anothering” each other. This is what could be called congregational care. Hebrews 10:19–25 contains one of these: “Consider one another.” I have written about this recently, and I want to develop