Speaker Pastor Matthew Ude

The Eternal Son Reveals the Father’s Love

Sunday July 9, 2017 Text: Matthew 11:25-30 Speaker: Festival: Tags: / / / / / / / / Passages: Matthew 11:25-30; Revelation 3:20

We can not understand God nor what He has done for us. If we could He would not be God. We must be told who He is by the only one who knows Him and understands Him, Jesus. The God that Jesus reveals to us is our good and merciful Father. In him our weary souls find rest and joy and peace.

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The End is the Lord’s Salvation

Sunday June 25, 2017 Text: Matthew 10:21-33 Speaker: Festival: Tags: / / / Passages: Matthew 10:21-33

  Third Sunday after Pentecost  / Second Sunday after Trinity / Non Festival half of the church year – whatever you call it. We are now into the more mundane part of the church year. From Dec through May we have so much going on liturgically, and not only that but in our worship we

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Our Help Comes from the Lord

Tuesday June 20, 2017 Text: Matthew 9:35-38; Matthew 10:1-8 Speaker: Festival: Tags: / / / / / / Passages: Matthew 9:35-38; Matthew 10:1-8; Romans 14:15

The kingdom is near. The sheep are lost and wandering. The workers are few. The fields are white. All these things are just as true today as they were when Jesus spoke these words. And the only answer is the same as well. Pray, pray to the Lord of the harvest, because He alone is our salvation.

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The One Thing Jesus Gives Us To Do

Sunday June 11, 2017 Text: Matthew 28:16-20 Speaker: Festival: Tags: / / / / Passages: Matthew 28:16-20

This isn’t just for the apostles, it isn’t just for the clergy   Why did Jesus make them go up to Galilee and then come back to Jerusalem? Possibly because that is where most of his disciples were.  Whether or not that is why one thing is certain there were a lot more people here

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Into the Dead World Jesus Sends the Living Spirit

Monday June 5, 2017 Text: John 7:37-39 Speaker: Festival: Tags: / / / / /

Into the Dead World Jesus Sends the Living Spirit The feast of tabernacles was a feast the commemorated the wanderings in the wilderness. The water from the rock is the water of life which is Christ The Ceremony of the Outpouring was to be a Symbol of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit The Feast of Tents was also a symbol of the Word of God going out from Jerusalem to the heathen

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Grow In His Word With The Holy Spirit

Sunday May 21, 2017 Text: John 14:15-21 Speaker: Festival: Tags: / / / / / / Passages: John 14:15-21

Those who love the Lord will delight to learn more about Him and grow in His word. This word teaches us many things that we must accept by faith because we can not see them. This faith is based on that which has been seen, namely the mighty works of God especially the resurrection of Jesus. Although these things are beyond our understanding we have the promise of the Helper who will guide our hearts and minds.

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Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

Sunday May 14, 2017 Text: John 14:1-14 Speaker: Festival: Tags: / / / / / / Passages: John 14:1-14

It’s still the Easter season but we are moving from the wonderful news of Easter morning – to the sad good bye of Ascension Day – Our texts are also then moving for this wonderful joyful news “He is risen” to the more sobering “HE is leaving” Surely it must have been a roller coaster

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The Shepherd’s Voice Gives Life

Sunday May 7, 2017 Text: John 10:1-10 Speaker: Festival: Tags: / / / / Passages: John 10:1-10

The Shepherd’s Voice Gives Life

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The Word of God Opens the Heart

Sunday April 30, 2017 Text: Luke 24:13-35 Speaker: Festival: Tags: / /

  Why does Jesus say that “blessed is he who does not see but believes” One of the things I didn’t get a chance to talk about last week was the final thing Jesus said to Thomas, “Because you have seen you have believed, blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.”

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The Risen Lord Sends Us to Announce Forgiveness

Sunday April 23, 2017 Text: John 20:19-31 Speaker: Festival: Tags: / / / / / / / /

  So here it is the Sunday after Easter, and you’ve probably eaten all the candy. For Vanessa and I we didn’t have any candy, but we had so many leftovers we didn’t have to cook all week. The leftovers are gone now, so we have to start cooking again. But what is the bigger

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