Books & Chapters
Sermons on Matthew 5 More sermons: Matthew 5
Shared by: Jim Caswell on Aug, 2016
Summary: Sermon on how Unless we look to God a whole awful lot. Nothing is going to get better. Its not. Delivery of this sermon is important. Emphasize the "unlesses" and preach the rhythm of the rhymes. Sermon was preached in promotion of a needed building.
What should our Rigteousness be like?
Shared by: Charl Swart on Feb, 2016
Summary: In Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, He says that we need to be more righteous than the Pharisees and the Scribes in order for us to enter the Kingdom. These were the people who were perceived to have been the most righteous. How can we compete with them?
Discovering a Biblical Worldview
Shared by: john dixon on Feb, 2016
Summary: The Christian Worldview has permeated all of Western Civilization. The impact of Christian thought is the source of the freedoms that we enjoy. To separate Biblical truth from our society is to doom our culture to self-destruction.
Series: Thinking Like A Christian
Old Testament Law and the New Testament Christian
Shared by: Derrick Tuper on Jun, 2015
Summary: Paul said in Romans 6:14, “we are not under law but under grace”. So does that mean the law has no value to us? If we think because we are a Christian under the new covenant we don’t have to pay any attention to the old covenant we are mistaken.
Series: I Tell You the Truth
You "Are" The Salt You "Are" The Light (Short Homily)
Shared by: J Jeffrey Smead on Mar, 2015
Summary: You "Are" The Salt You "Are" The Light! It does not state you could be the Salt or the light. It does not say you should be the salt and the light. It says you "are". It is a promise!
Jesus and the Pharisee's
Shared by: Michael McCartney on Jun, 2014
Summary: Jesus confronted the Pharisee’s with straight talk to get them to change their ways. He wanted them to see the error in their thinking, behavior and change. He wanted them to see their legalistic – non grace attitude which was driving them away from Heaven and not toward Heaven.
Series: Straight Talk
I Have Come to Fulfill the Law and the Prophets
Shared by: Stephen Belokur on Mar, 2014
Summary: Why did Jesus come to Earth? What difference did it make if He fulfilled the Law and the Prophets or not? In what way(s) did He fulfill the Law and the Prophets? Since the law was not abolished what does that mean to us today?
Series: Why Jesus Came to Earth
The Law and the Christian, Part 1
Shared by: I. G. Spong on Feb, 2014
Summary: Jesus gave the ultimate commentary on the Old Testament law, yet it is not very well understood in the Christian community. In this the first of several sermons, we will explore the law and the Christian.
Series: The Law & the Christian
"Don't Lose the Mustard"
Shared by: Gerald Roberts on Feb, 2014
Summary: Having salt is good and so is having the mustard or having the spirit of God indwelling us in a productive way. The sermon tells us the good that can be done with the mustard and the negative results if we don't have the mustard.
The Key to Righteous Living
Shared by: Christopher Holdsworth on Jan, 2014
Summary: Jesus came not to destroy the law, but to keep and fulfill it. We also are required to be obedient to the law - not indeed as a means of salvation (which it could never be) - but as an expression of our love and service.
The Law of Love
Shared by: Mark Aarssen on Oct, 2012
Summary: We all feel the pain and loss when mourning the death of a loved one. But God knows that there are people who are mourning in a different way. There are those who are mourning for this lost world and those who have not accepted the salvation that only