Faithlife Sermons

Who Do You Say I Am?

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God’s Truth Reigns—John 14:5-6 God’s Word is true, correct, real, and reliable. We believe in the one, absolute, and unfailing truth; God. God is sovereign, all-knowing, all-present, and is the only truth. Christ, God’s flesh on earth, is the way, the truth, and the life. Therefore, all scripture is the true and only authority. We will teach His Word, hide it in our hearts and let His truth reign in our lives. Sunday, April 12, 2020 Life Transformation—Romans 12:1-2 When we hold God’s truth in our lives, we should (as an act of obedience) present ourselves as a living sacrifice, being transformed by the renewing of our mind. We need to daily understand that our identity is in Christ. Our primary focus should be to love the Lord with all our heart, soul, and mind. As our heart is lined up to God’s standard, our reflection should be of His character. May we allow God’s Word, with the guidance of the Holy Spirit, to transform our heart to walk in His character. Faith Community—Eph 1:3-14, 5:16-17 We are a church, composed of people from various backgrounds and life experiences. We all have a common thread. We are all sinners in need of God’s gracious gift of salvation. We have been covered by His unexplainable grace. In contrast to the world, a faith community is a place for us and our families to remember who we are in Christ, to find refuge in the truth of His Word, to find renewed strength in His hope, and to remember and celebrate God’s character and works. It is our goal to provide an environment that helps build a relationship with God. Yet, our goal is to increase our community with those in an authentic relationship with God. (for a complete copy of THE BIG 5—Mission Statement It can be found on the back table) Generous Giving Opportunities at Menifee Hills Bible Church Online Giving By BillPay By Check or Cash Who Do You Say I Am? Sunday April 12, 2020 | Philippians 2:5-11 Morning Service (Nursery is available before the service for ages 0-Preschool) Worship Prayer & Welcome Announcements Offering Worship with Our Praise (Dismiss for Children’s Church) Message Closing Michael Tennant Michael Tennant Troy Ulmer Coming Up NEXT SUNDAY—APRIL 19th will be online at www.menifeehillsbiblechurch.com PRAYER REQUESTS: If you have a prayer request, please text Helen Ulmer. A prayer sheet by text or an email will be sent out. If you need items at home, please let us know. UP-TO-DATE ANNOUNCEMENTS: Announcements on sermons and other details can be found on facebook. Just like us at Menifee Hills Bible Church. SPECIAL THANKS: Thank you so much to everyone who has faithfully given to this ministry while our services have been online. Many have sent in a check or given online. What a huge blessing! PRAYER FOCUS THIS WEEK: Pray for our first responders/nurses: Shawna Ross—nurse (Daughter of Marc and Debbie Ware). Randall Rasch— nurse. Ann Lombardo’s grandson’s wife—nurse. Pray for our nation! Pray for many people who have lost their jobs. Pray for God’s hand of protection and to heal our land. Pray for our President. GENEROUS GIVING: While our services are online, please note that you can send your giving to 33220 Sweetwater Canyon Rd., Menifee CA 92584 or you may give online at www.menifeehillsbiblechurch.com MARK YOUR CALENDARS: (May dates may change) MAY 29th (FRI) 6pm Faith and Family Night at Storm Baseball JUNE 7th (SUN) 12pm VBS Meeting JULY 19-23 VBS 6-8pm If you have a desire to volunteer for VBS, please mark June 7th. We will need many volunteers! Contact Amber or Erika if you can help. For Prayer Chain Request: please call the church office at 951-672-7287 or text Helen Ulmer. If you have not received a prayer request text or wish to be taken off the list, please let us know. As we have traveled through Mark 1-6, we find people asking “Who is Jesus?” Some thought He was the ghost of John the Baptist. Others thought he was a prophet or Rabbi? Yet, the question remained, “Who is Jesus?” “Why did He come to this earth?” In our times, you might be asking “Who is Jesus?” Here’s what we know: Jesus came to save us from our sin. He conquered death, sin, and rose again. Even His own Father exalted Him to the highest rank for His work on the Cross. Our hope is that you will exalt Him too. Why did God the Father exalt Jesus, His Son, beyond all measures? #1— God exalted His own Son, because Jesus ____________ ________________________________. Philippians 2:6-7 How did Jesus do this? • Jesus was Matt.1:21 • Jesus lived on this • Jesus died Isaiah 9:6-7 Mark 1:9-11 Mark 15:37 #2— God exalted His own Son because Jesus Christ _________ ________________________________. Philippians 2:8-9 Why was this significant? John 10:15-18 Galatians 3:13 I Peter 2:24 Romans 11:33 Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgments and how inscrutable His ways! Romans 11:33
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