Hebrews: Jesus is Better
The Gospel’s warning label: 1. Do not reject God's revelation. 2. The Gospel changes everything forever, especially you. - Here is a final warning in Hebrews which should put fear in the hearts of pretenders but produce confidence in the gospel (the better message of God through Jesus) for true believers, causing us to stand firm and live changed lives.
The Gospel of Luke
The blessed life is an uncomfortable one: living in dependence on God, longing for restoration, speaking for Jesus and yet rejected. It's uncomfortable but in the end it's worth it.
The Rising Tide of Tension
Phil Devaney • Sermon • • 266 views
The Country of Switzerland has become known for being a nation that remains neutral in the midst of international conflict. This is such a well known fact that the term “Switzerland” has become a synonym for the term “neutral.” There are many who seek to take a position of neutrality in regards to Jesus…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 237 views
Peter reminds us that Christ, the cornerstone, was rejected. We likewise may be rejected. However, Christ is the promised saving stone from Isaiah and the Psalms. Though we may be rejected like Christ, there will be no shame when the ultimate judgement Comes. The stone is a sure blessing of salvation for those who believe, but it is a rock of offence condemning those who reject it.
I Will Build My Church: Luke & Acts Series
Scripture states that it was the custom of Jesus to be in the synagogues on the sabbath. On this particular sabbath, Jesus stood up to read from a portion of the prophets as was customary at this point of the service… he took the scroll of Isaiah, found the desired place and He began to read Isaiah 61:1-2…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 69 views
Satan is typically is either overemphasized or underemphasized. He is not the cause of every one of our struggles. At the same time, there are times the forces of darkness genuinely are attacking us. Fortunately, the main thrust of their attack is exactly what Christ died for. Our sin and guilt. Peter challenges us to engage the enemy in 3 ways: Be alert for sin, resist defection (and stand firm in the Gospel), and Trust in the ultimate redemption from sin found in Christ. The reality is we all will suffer, and at times because of Satanic influence. Yet, God given us everything we need in Jesus Christ to fight the enemy.
Acts 17:1-12 Now when they had passed through Amphipolis and Apollonia, they came to Thessalonica, where there was a synagogue of the Jews. Thessalonica Passed through Amphipoli & Apolonia (presumedly no synagogues) Pauls entered the synagogue AS WAS CUSTOM He was there to spread the Gospel The brothers…
I just want to remind everyone what we are about here at ..... our goal is for every member of our church, having experienced the real presence and power of God, will move out of our churches and into our community in loving service in order to see God glorified in the homes and lives of our neighbors…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 23 views
INTRODUCTION: Christianity begin as a small community of believers in Jerusalem, but quickly spread across the world. Christianity begin as a small community of believers in Jerusalem, but quickly spread across the world. Eventually, Ethiopia, Egypt, Rome, and even the British Isles all become center’s…
The Rising Tide of Tension
Phil Devaney • Sermon • • 21 views
Words are powerful things. That is because they represent concepts. And kingdoms are often built on concepts. Our nation began with a concept of “no taxation without representation.” That concept led to the writing of the Declaration of Independence in which these words were immortalized: We hold these…
Arturo Lopez • Sermon • • 13 views
Este sermon analisa la actitud/reaccion que los Israiletas tienen hacia con Dios despues de ser liberados. No muestran agradecimiento y lo unico que hacen es quejarse y rechazar el milagro tan marabilloso que Dios hace con su pueblo.