Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 22 views
Peter challenges believers not simply to be Holy like God, but to adore God. Adoration is the basis for prayer, rests in the ransom of God, and recognizes the privilage it is to be the generation that Christ has been revealed to. The work of God should challenge us from mere obedience to purposeful worship in our lives.
Jared Berry • Sermon • • 11 views
Example: McDonald’s in Brazil, hoping the burger would reflect the portrait Example: Elizabeth I (royalty could have portraits painted) passing a law that detailed portraits of her were not to be displayed MF: Astonishing Evangelism from The chasm is bigger than we can imagine but Jesus Christ bridged…
Rick Page • Sermon • • 11 views
It is normal, and quite understandable that most people read Romans 13:1-7 from their own historical perspective. Therfore, the fan of JFK reading this in 1962 would arrive at an entirely different understanding than the opponent of Nixon reading it in 1974. The latter reader may struggle the most with the implications, but would likely have more in common with Paul's original audience in Rome, for Nero was on the throne, and Paul was calling his audience to respect that Nero was only in power by God's sovereign will.
Together: A Study Through Philippians
Michael Turner • Sermon • • 10 views
Together with the purpose of striving for and living by the gospel can the church be heaven on earth.
Together: A Study through Philippians
Michael Turner • Sermon • • 5 views
Jesus Christ made the laws of heaven’s kingdom, and it is intended, even demanded, that the Church, our church live by the laws of heaven. What you could call Kingdom Living on Earth.
Deacon Serj Harutunian • Sermon • • 0 views
The Kingdom of God is among us, it is us, take courage to walk by faith and not by sight. What it takes, and what it may be like to be a citizen of that eternal Kingdom of God, and its parallel universe, the Kingdom of Heaven Jesus ushered in 2000 years ago.