Sun, Mar 22, 2020
29 mins 24 secs
It is comforting to know that you are loved with, “divine love.”
As disciples, we are in the inner circle of the King of Kings.
Today you can step from the outside to the inside by taking a step of faith. We demonstrate our love by obeying him. Jesus said, “You are my friends if you do what I command you.”
Sun, Mar 01, 2020
41 mins 22 secs
This week’s installment of the “Heart of the Matter” closes out chapter five with a message on Surpassing Love. Jesus challenges our ideas on relationships and retaliation. He calls us to speak the truth in love, deal with offenses in love and even love our enemies. These attitudes and actions then reflect the heart of our King and become the proof to the world that we are citizens of the kingdom of heaven
Sun, Feb 23, 2020
41 mins 21 secs
This week we continue in the Sermon on The Mount with Jesus’ words about divorce. This is the third illustration of how those who think that they are righteous are in-truth unrighteous in their hearts. Jesus is focusing our broken relationships that come from anger, bitterness, unwillingness to forgive, lust and adultery. Divorce and broken promise follow. Each of these destroy relationships. The kingdom of heaven values loving and growing relationship and so should we.
Sun, Feb 16, 2020
40 mins 42 secs
This week, Jesus continues to reveal to us one of the most important teaching of the Bible, the doctrine of sin. We do not like to talk about this, think about this, and definitely hear about this doctrine. Here in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus makes it clear that all of us have sinned in the worst ways. Most people think that they are above sin, especially grievous sins like murder and adultery. But Jesus tells us that we have all committed murder and adultery in our hearts. At the same time, He calls us to living like citizens of the Kingdom of Heaven - forgiven and pure.
Sun, Feb 09, 2020
38 mins 41 secs
We continue our series of messages from the Sermon on the Mount. We will look at the first 3 illustrations that Jesus gives us to his statement in Matthew 5:20 that, "unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Scribes and Pharisees you will never get into the kingdom of heaven.” That was a radical statement that would shock all who heard it. This week we look at how Jesus points us to the heart of the matter.
Sun, Feb 02, 2020
38 mins 40 secs
From Matthew 5:17-20
Sun, Jan 19, 2020
53 mins 11 secs
This week we will begin a new Sermon series titled "The Hear of the Matter". It is a series from the Sermon on the Mount. The first message will look at the Beatitudes. These famous words of Jesus speak of the character of the citizens of the Kingdom of God.
Sun, Jan 05, 2020
34 mins 14 secs
FROM THE STORY OF ANDREW IN JOHN CHAPTER 1 ARISES A PRINCIPLE FOR THE CHRISTIAN LIFE. FOLLOWING JESUS MEANS THAT WE SHOULD NATURALLY DESIRE TO INTRODUCE OTHERS TO HIM. THE FIRST THING THAT ANDREW DID AFTER HE MET JESUS AND BELIEVED THAT HE WAS THE SON OF GOD, WAS TO GO TO HIS BROTHER PETER AND TO BRING HIM TO JESUS. IN THIS MESSAGE WE LOOK AT SEVERAL TRUTHS FROM ANDREW’S EXAMPLE THAT HELP US TO BE A BETTER DISCIPLE OF CHRIST.
Sun, Dec 29, 2019
33 mins 19 secs
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Sun, Dec 15, 2019
31 mins 13 secs
As we continue to explore the meaning of God with us we read the story in Luke 2 of Mary's Visit with her relative Martha. In Martha's response and Mary's song we hear the message of Joy. God with us brings joy to the World and it should bring joy to our lives.