These were three commands given by Jesus to His disciples in the famous Sermon on the Mount. Jesus wanted them to know that He, unlike the false idols of the day, would be there for them. God would not leave them as orphans without any strength or provision for the daunting life of a disciple. Ask, and it will be given to you, he told them; Seek and you will find, knock and the door will be opened to you. As followers of Jesus Christ, we’ve been commanded to call upon Him in our time of need, but as followers of Christ we are more than aware that many don’t have this relationship, and maybe that’s you. Maybe you’ve realized that you don’t have all the answers and that life doesn’t seem to be adding up, maybe you’ve come to the end of yourself.
We’d like to invite you to engage in a night where Jesus will be put before you, possibly in a way that you’ve never thought of Him before, in an attempt to faithfully share the treasure that we’ve found in Him.
We’d love for you to experience all that Jesus Christ is for those who find their all in all in Him.
We know that you have questions and we want you to ask them, we want you to experience all that Christ can be for you without any barriers. So, come, whether you’re meeting Jesus and engaging with His good news for the first time or coming to see Him in a new light.
Come and ASK.