Summary: What will our destiny be? It will be what God designed it to be - an eternity of joy for those who love & follow Him; & an eternity of separation for those who reject His love & turn their back to Him. (PowerPoints Available - #290)
Summary: 3rd in a series with practical application as a whole church family. A study of Mt 25 and what the Church should do about it. Concept borrowed from a series from a Tim Cook, a fellow preacher.
Summary: Sermon series intro. Concept is borrowed from a series by Tim Cook, a fellow preacher. A study of "the least of these" and how the church can help them, accompanied by practical application for the whole church family to do together.
Summary: God asks us to give our lives to him and serve him by serving others. We say to them, “God loves you and so do I”. We can reduce poverty. On Judgment Day, we will be judged by how we lived our lives and whether or not we loved others like Christ loves us.
Summary: Christ's call to serve is unique for each and every believer. He will give us the situation, the words and the ability to do what He wants us to do. He is the one who makes a difference. We are tools to be used by Him.
Summary: Christians throughout the centuries, in response to the challenge of this passage from Matthew’s Gospel, have tried to help people in need, and in the process have made a better world. We, and they, will reap the reward of our earthly actions.
Summary: When the young boy's mom packed his lunch bag of a few biscuits and some fish, she never knew the opportunity
of the miracle of Jesus feeding thousands? We refuse to see the opportunities for us. (I use 7 bags)
Summary: Maundy Thursday or Commandment Thursday is a celebration of the commandment of Jesus to love one another so when looking at the Matthew 25 text there should be no confusion for the Christian as to how the two texts are related to each other.
Summary: Notice the simple responses our Lord noted in the actions of the righteous. Giving someone a drink of cold water, something to eat, clothes to wear a visit. These are simple and basic acts of kindness. No pomp, no plaque, no prestige.