Sermons

Walk With Assurance In the Lord

Wednesday June 5, 2019 Text: Acts 1:12-26 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Acts 1:12-26

They returned but the Lord was with them, even so we walk with assurance that He is with us. It was God's word that revealed to Peter what had to be done, even so we walk with assurance that His Word will guide us. God chose Matthais, even so we walk with assurance that He has a plan for us.

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THE MEANING OF HIS ASCENSION

Wednesday June 5, 2019 Text: Colossians 3:1-4 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Colossians 3:1-4

Although He is not seen yet He is with us always. He is with us with power having received all authority from the Father. He will come again in glory. This means that my greatest treasures are those things that are not seen. I have been raised from dust to be a son of God. And I will be glorified with Him.

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Paul Shows Us How to Recognize Our Shepherd’s Voice

Monday May 27, 2019 Text: Acts 16:9-15 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Acts 16:9-15

He knows this is God's way because God has blocked every other door. He knows it because he recognizes his Shepherd's voice. He knows it because he has leaned to leave behind the things of this world.

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Do Not Despise What Jesus Has Cleansed

Monday May 20, 2019 Text: Acts 11:1-18 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Acts 11:1-18

Peter and the early Christians had to learn that there was no longer any distinction between the Israelites and the Gentiles. Now they are all one in Christ. We too need to learn not to look down on or judge that which God has cleansed. This includes both our fellow Christians and ourselves. The Father has promised that we are clean in the blood of Christ. Who are we to say or think otherwise?

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Paul Teaches Us To Live Psalm 23

Monday May 13, 2019 Text: Acts 20:17-35 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Acts 20:17-35; Psalm 23:1-6

This section of scripture is not a list of the great things that Paul did but of the great things our Good Shepherd did through him. Paul's words here show us one who lived every day and in every circumstance under the protection of the Good Shepherd. Paul is one who held Pslam 23 in his heart.

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Lord What Must I Do

Monday May 6, 2019 Text: Acts 9:1-22 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Acts 9:1-22

Anything we try to do ourselves is less the useless. It is sinful. Jesus must teach us repentance. Jesus must teach us to listen. Jesus must give us the strength to go and do. Then will our lives be worth something.

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Pray That We May Be Filled With the Holy Spirit

Monday April 29, 2019 Text: Acts 5:12-31 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Acts 5:12-31

  The result of Jesus resurrection is that the apostles were filled with the Holy Spirit, and that whereas before they hid in fear now they went with boldness proclaiming the name of the Lord. Through them the Lord did many signs and miracles, but more than this the Word of the Lord was preached

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Remember His Resurrection

Monday April 22, 2019 Text: 2 timothy 2:8,11 Speaker: Festival: Passages: 2 timothy 2:8,11

  On that first Easter morning so long ago the impossible happened. As the women approached the tomb that first Easter morning, what did they expect? Nothing out of the ordinary. The expected a sealed tomb. They expected a dead body. They expected death. Despite all of Jesus’ promises. Despite all of Jesus’ miracles. Despite

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Remember His Victory

Monday April 22, 2019 Text: 1 corinthians 15:56-57 Speaker: Festival: Passages: 1 corinthians 15:56-57

  If we live under the law we will receive the wages of sin which is death, but if live in Christ we receive the gift of God which is everlasting life. But what does this mean to live under the law? One way in which people choose to live under the law is that

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Jesus, Remember Me

Saturday April 20, 2019 Text: Luke 23:39-43 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Luke 23:39-43

All through Lent we have been discussing what things are important for us to remember. But far more important than what we remember is that Jesus remembers us. That is our theme this Friday. Not that we remember anything, but that Jesus would remember us.

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