The Temptations Common to Man
Trent • Sermon • • 469 views
Jesus victoriously undergoes a series of three carefully crafted temptations in order to demonstrate for us his victory over evil and his perfect ministry for us as a high priest. Secondarily, Jesus shows us the way to deal with Satan, sin and our temptation, deffending ourselves with the Word of God and not our own strength or reason.
In this sermon Pastor Alex preached about "Overcoming the Wilderness". Coming from Matthew's Gospel chapter 3 verses 16 & 17 and chapter 4. Pastor Alex used Jesus' example in this text to teach us how to handle the transition from Christ's crowning moment in the water to His low moments in the wilderness. Pastor Alex shared 3 things that Christ did to overcome the wilderness. - Remained in His Anointing - Remembered the Father's Affirmation - Recalled the Word of God Listen and let this message inspire you!
A Guide for Christians
Jeremy Turnage • Sermon • • 29 views • 37:17
The Christian's spiritual victory comes through matching Satan's commitment to sin with our commitment to God's righteousness.
The Gospel of Mark
David Krueger • Sermon • • 13 views
Adam, when tempted, failed. So Christ, “the last Adam” (1 Cor. 15:45) must now be tempted, in order that by his victory over the tempter he may, for all who believe in him, undo the results of the first Adam’s failure.
Moving Through Matthew
Walter Troup • Sermon • • 5 views
Continuing through Matthew... Matthew Chapter 1 begins with a genealogy or a family line, from Abraham through David (14 generations), then from David through the time of the Israelites in Babylon through the time of Jesus’ birth. In starting his book this way, Matthew is setting up for his Jewish audience…
Friends: I'll Be There For You
Devin Wolters • Sermon • • 4 views
Goal: To show that friendship with the devil looks good but leads to destruction. Topic: Satan Temps Jesus, Deceives, Lies, perversion (Takes what is good) Crisis: We are deceived by Satan through worldly Pleasures Action step: Take every thought captive, and ask if it brings glory to God. Pray through what you desire. Say no to Satan. slight downward slope... Match.com ads. Satan and 2020. Bumper... No one would say they are friends with satan...but...we let him in. C.S. Lewis quote at beginning of Screwtape letters..great successes the devil ever had...
How Jesus Inspires Our Faith
Matthew Allen • Sermon • • 2 views
Introduction During our time together last week we focused on the baptism of Jesus in Matthew 3.13-17 . The event is a proclamation. After 30 years of dwelling in obscurity, waiting, operating on the Father’s timetable as a willing Son, Jesus’ messianic ministry has begun. The messiah is here. Jesus,…