NEW Attire

NEW Attire

Throughout his letters, the Apostle Paul encourages new believers to “put on” and “clothe themselves” with a new attire. I don’t know about you, but I hate shopping for new clothes. Finding the right thing for the right price is exhausting. The good news is, the new attire that Paul writes about has already been picked out and paid for. It is just the style and feel that you’ve been looking for! You’re going to look great!

That being said, with the addition of new items to your wardrobe, some old items will have to go. That’s okay. They’re worn out, ill-fitting, and out of style. You and I don’t need them anyway.

NEW You

NEW You

When the prominent Pharisee, Nicodemus, secretly approached Jesus at night; he wanted to ask about his teachings and kick the tires of Jesus’ message. Jesus cut to the chase, “Very truly I tell you, no one can see the kingdom of God unless they are born again.” Nicodemus responded with, “Huh?” That’s the paraphrased version of Nicodemus’ response. What did Jesus mean by this?

In this message, we will look at the meaning and implications of the new birth and new life that Jesus came to bring. Jesus didn’t come to make a few, minor tweaks in an attempt to make us better people. Jesus Changes Everything!