Scott C Wildenberg • Sermon • • 387 views
Introduction Acts 20: give background. 3 years in Ephesus-close connection. Final address-important words for us to consider. What is this church? Paul considered the church to be something worth sacrificing his life for. Something to be guarded closely. Something Jesus gave his life to establish. Is…
The Founder Of Salvation Our God knows suffering Hebrews 2:5-10 5 For it was not to angels that God subjected the world to come, of which we are speaking. 6 It has been testified somewhere, “What is man, that you are mindful of him, or the son of man, that you care for him? 7 You made him for a little…
The Gospel of Luke
Luke 2:1-20 PRAY: Lord, I ask you to graciously interrupt our ordinary lives today with your extraordinary goodness. Help us to see more of who you are, and thank you that you have revealed yourself through Jesus Christ. Help our hearts us to kneel before him as Lord and to honor him with our complete…
Introduction “Can you be Christian and not believe in the resurrection?” shouts the headline in the Salt Lake Tribune . What a crazy question. You would think that as soon as the journalist began researching this topic among Christian clergy, she would have decided that it was a foolish question not…
The Book of Mark
August 25 2019 Holiness and Testify. Mark 1:40-2:12 Pastor Brent shares 2 stories of healing. Jesus, who is holy, touches the unclean and rather becoming unclean the unclean become whole, become clean, become forgiven, become holy.
The Mercy Train Two weeks ago Saturday I get a call. It’s Bryan and Jamie San Diego who many of you know, volleyball friends, camp family, they’ve been to church many times. Their older kids were going to be coming through town and needed a place to stay that coming week. I said yes, we’ll figure it…
Darrel W. Brooks • Sermon • • 0 views
1. What is the churches responsibility? a. Discipleship (2 Tim. 2:2) b. Teaching-Why do we teach on Sunday and Wednesday? Is it for ourselves? Is it for the congregation? Just like Paul experienced in Athens (Acts 17:19-20) …“Please explain to us this new idea you have been teaching. 20 The things…
Nathan Robert Praytor • Sermon • • 0 views
Religious devotion for one's own personal gain is detestible to God. True devotion to God is manifested in humble care for the poor and needy. The Kigndom of God is not entered by external religious actions. It is the gift of God (God gave the Law--Kingdom guidelines--and God gave Christ--The King and Servant of the Kingdom) and it's way (the way of the Kingdom) is to be lived out by God's people as they wait eagerly for its final consumation.