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The Heart of the Matter
Sun, Nov 15, 2020
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41 mins 25 secs
This Sundays message comes from Matthew 7:13-23. We continue to discover the richness of the sermon on the mount. In these verse Jesus calls us to take care in our life choices. In particular we are to choose to enter the narrow gate, to treat others with kindness and grace. We are also to choose our teachers carefully for there are many false teachers and we are to choose to walk daily with Christ. May God give each of wisdom that we will daily make Kingdom choices.
The Heart of the Matter
Sun, Nov 08, 2020
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35 mins 39 secs
We live in such a turbulent time where the road ahead seems uncertain. But we have a wonderful hope to celebrate! This Sunday we will look at Jesus’ promise to us revealing the power of persistent prayer. In this sermon Jesus has been revealing to us how radically different the life of the disciple is from the world. As we consider these things we are left wondering how can I live up to these expectations. Jesus answers that question by saying “Your Father knows how to give you good gifts.” He is our sources of righteousness and hope. As we journey in faith, we are never alone.
The Heart of the Matter
Sun, Nov 01, 2020
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37 mins 49 secs
This week we move to Matthew chapter 7 to work through the final major division of the Sermon on the Mount. The message from the first verses I have titled, The Splinter and the Log. Jesus calls us to have a caring rather than a critical heart towards others. Jesus’ teaching challenges us to face our own judgmental hearts with the words, “Judge not, or you will be judged.” How do we live out that command? How do we protect relationships and the Gospel. Again, Jesus goes with to the Heart of the Matter.
The Heart of the Matter
Sun, Oct 25, 2020
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45 mins 31 secs
God would have us enjoy the riches of His Kingdom and Jesus warns us of the soul impoverishing anxiety and worry that the world offers us. In Jesus' Sermon he goes to the heart of the matter and He challenges us to question where our treasures are.
The Heart of the Matter
Sun, Oct 18, 2020
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39 mins 36 secs
In the sermon on the Mount Jesus gives us this wonderful teaching on prayer. He first teaches us to be sincere in our prayer and then He teaches us how to pray. As we look at His instruction together my hope is that we be called to a life of prayer.
The Heart of the Matter
Sun, Oct 11, 2020
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38 mins 50 secs
This morning we return to the series we began at the first of the year, on the sermon on the mount. We completed Matthew chapter 5 when COVID 19 hit and we diverted to look at the passages of comfort and hope and fasting. Throughout Jesus sermon we are being challenged to consider out motivation and discover, "The Heart of the Matter."
Come to the Table
Sun, Oct 04, 2020
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55 mins 32 secs
The invitation to sit at the Lord's Table is an invitation that comes by grace. We don't deserve a place, but God has invited us to a seat at His table that we might be sons and daughters of the King!
Come to the Table
Sun, Sep 27, 2020
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57 mins 37 secs
In our Biblical consideration of the "Lord's Supper," we frequently talked about the importance of preparation as we come to the table. One preparation and prerequisite discussed is Baptism. Baptism is also an ordinance that the Lord has given the Church. Therefore, it is important that we also understand it's meaning and relationship to the Lord's invitation to, "Come to the Table."
Come to the Table
Sun, Sep 20, 2020
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40 mins 35 secs
When Jesus instituted the Lord's Supper, He took the bread and broke it saying, "This is My body which is broken for you." In this message we look back to John chapter 6 where Jesus identifies Himself as the Bread of Life, and in His teaching we discover that He satisfies us, sustains us and saves us.
Come to the Table
Sun, Sep 13, 2020
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37 mins 17 secs
Drinking the cup of the Lord's Supper reminds us that the foundation of our salvation is the shed blood of Jesus Christ. His sacrifice completely satisfied God's wrath and removes the stain of our sin.