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The Mysteries of Compassion

Everyone needs grace. Although humans were created in the image of God, we have all been tainted with sin. We are in need of compassion, and we have a Saviour who has poured out that compassion and grace to us in profound ways! The new series from Back to the Bible Canada’s Dr. John Neufeld, The Mysteries of Compassion, is one that brings great insight. What does true religion mean, and what does it even do? Is the Church really all that important? This 20-message series is one that will keep you on your toes

January 24, 2020

The Mysteries of Compassion
Many Christians lack discernment. What I mean is, they lack the ability to thoroughly investigate the truth claims they hear. Now, that’s not just true of Christians, of course…

January 27, 2020

The Mysteries of Compassion
In today’s passage, here in Matthew 16 and then in Matthew 18, these are the only places in the gospels where we find the word, “church”. And that’s interesting.

January 28, 2020

The Mysteries of Compassion
There is a story I have heard several times. I don’t think it’s a true account, but I wish it was. At any rate, so the story goes, a man was accepting tickets to get onto a train…

January 29, 2020

The Mysteries of Compassion
You have probably heard it before. Someone says, “It’s just a cross I have to bear.” When people say that, they remember the words of Jesus. But they apply his words in a peculiar fashion.

January 30, 2020

The Mysteries of Compassion
Richard Baxter was an English Puritan pastor who lived in the 17th century. His most famous work is a book entitled, “The Reformed Pastor” and its still a great help to many pastors today.

January 31, 2020

The Mysteries of Compassion
I’ve seen it many times. A group of people from a local church, perhaps even a youth or college group, will go on a short term missions trip. And they are inspired.

February 3, 2020

The Mysteries of Compassion
This is not the first time in this section of Matthew where we are forced to examine the role of Scripture in the life of a follower of Jesus.

February 4, 2020

The Mysteries of Compassion
There is an older German story, the story of Faust, written by Johann Wolfgang Goethe in the 16th century.

February 5, 2020

The Mysteries of Compassion
People like to look down on people. Have you noticed that? Years ago there was a very funny half-hour program. It was called, “Corner Gas”, and it was set in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.