Moody Church Hour

Pastor Philip Miller

Come and See His Enemies

March 22, 2009
The miracles of Jesus gladdened the hearts of the crowds that pressed to see Him. But those miracles darkened the hearts of Jewish religious leaders who saw Jesus as a grave threat to their positions and authority. Indeed, the stage is being set for a final decisive confrontation. Stay with us.

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Once it became clear that Jesus could heal sickness and infirmity, word spread rapidly. One paralyzed man was fortunate in having able-bodied friends who could lower him from an opened roof right in front of Jesus. Their faith, and the subsequent miracle of healing that followed, caused the fame of Jesus to spread even faster.
March 15, 2009
The mission of Jesus on earth had many components. The Lord knew that after His sacrificial death there would be a need for people to carry on His ministry and carry forth His message of the kingdom of God. So He called 12 men from different walks of life to be His followers. And when He called, they immediately dropped what they were doing.
March 8, 2009
Some people think that God always leads His children in easy pathways of blessing. In reality, God often leads His people into the wilderness. That was the case with Jesus, who first fasted for forty days and then faced the onslaught of Satan's attacks, all while in the center of God's will. Why was Jesus being tempted of the devil?
March 1, 2009
No single person has ever had the impact on humanity as that of Jesus Christ. Without technology, political power or military assets, Jesus altered the direction of history, living a perfect life, and then becoming the perfect sacrifice for the sins that separate us from God.
February 22, 2009
Think of living in a hotbed of terrorism. Fear grips your heart...you never know when the next attack will come. Americans remember the fear they felt in the aftermath of 9-11. That feeling can be very real, and, very debilitating. Now, for many, their fear is one of an uncertain economy, and the possibility of job loss.
February 15, 2009
There are few things that can burden the soul like suffering from an illness that never seems to improve. Or, finding oneself suddenly disabled, and calling out to God for the healing that seems to be promised in the scriptures. When the healing never comes, a sense of deep disappointment sets in, and many Christians resolve to never pray again, feeling "what's the use?"
February 8, 2009
We all rejoice when God answers a prayer in a way that's unmistakable. A new job when unemployed, healing from a long disease, reconciliation after years of separation. But there are prayers we can pray for which the answer is "no." The Apostle Paul begged the Lord three times to relieve his thorn in the flesh, and was told that he had to bear it in the sufficient grace of God.
February 1, 2009
Sometimes we're overwhelmed with calamity, and it seems, when we pray, that God is nowhere to be found. We lose a job...get a foreclosure notice...our health is suddenly at great risk. Despite earnest praying, our situation only gets worse. That was the cry of the prophet Habakkuk, and for many, it's our cry too.
January 25, 2009
"Ask, and you shall receive, that your joy may be full." This promise of Jesus might lead us to believe that answers to our prayers ought to be the answers we're asking for. But sometimes, God sends answers that have less to do with what we ask and more to do with the relationships with Him that He wants us to have. Please stay with us.
January 18, 2009
We're all used to having instant coffee, instant internet, and, in general, instant gratification of our desires. When it comes to prayer, though, instant is not usually part of the equation. Many times, years pass before we see an answer to an oft-repeated request before God. How do we come to grips with the need to wait, and wait, and then wait some more?
January 11, 2009
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This Sunday morning program provides a meaningful worship service for those far from God or unable to attend a local church. With insightful teaching from Pastor Philip Miller and joyous congregational worship, you’re invited to join Jesus on the journey of a lifetime.

 

About Pastor Philip Miller

Philip Miller is the 17th Senior Pastor of The Moody Church. Philip holds a B.A in Pre-Seminary Bible from Cedarville University (’04) and a Th.M. in Pastoral Leadership and New Testament Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary (’10). His wife, Krista, also holds an Th.M. degree from DTS. They have four children: Claire, Violet, Cora, and Jude.

Philip is a visionary leader with over twelve years of ministry experience, including three at Christ Community Church in the western Chicago suburbs and nearly seven as Senior Pastor at Westwood Baptist in Olympia, WA. He believes people flourish as followers of Jesus when they live deeply in the gospel, experience the healing of true community, and join Jesus on mission in their world. He is committed to cultivating a gospel-centered church that welcomes spiritual explorers, promotes gospel clarity in culturally engaging ways, inspires passionate worship, fosters deep spiritual vitality, empowers people to holistic discipleship, and catalyzes a multiplication movement of gospel renewal both locally and globally.

Philip enjoys cycling and all things outdoors, Garrett’s Carmel popcorn, Lou Malnati‘s deep dish pizza, and Henry Weinhard‘s root beer. For more information about Philip and his family, visit moodymedia.org/pastorphilip.

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