Sermon Series
  • 1. Thy Kingdom Come

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2020

    When we pray "Thy Kingdom come", what do we mean by this? Jesus spends much time teaching on the kingdom that is to come and how we can be involved in it. In order to understand your role in the kingdom, we must first understand what the "Kingdom" is.

    What are we saying when we pray, “Thy kingdom come”? 1. “I know this world’s system is not your kingdom.” JOHN 18:36 2. “I know you have a greater kingdom.” LUKE 17:21 3. “I know that your purposes are eternal.” MATTHEW 6:33 4. “I know I must resist the temptation to live for the here and more

  • 2. The Mysteries Of The Kingdom Of Heaven

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2020

    Can we truly understand the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven? If we can, how do we do so?

    1. If we are going to live for God’s Kingdom, it is essential that we learn a new way of thinking. 13:11. 2. Truths regarding God’s Kingdom will only be learned by people who have a desire to know them. 10-11. 3. The more you are willing to learn the truths of God’s Kingdom, the more God will more

  • 3. What Is A Parable?

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2020

    To be able to understand the parables of the kingdom, we must first know what is a parable?

    1. The word “parable” comes from the Greek word “paraballo”, which means “to throw alongside” and “to reach a place.” 2. The dictionary definition, “an allegorical representation of something from real life, from which a moral is drawn for instruction,” does not quite explain the purpose of Jesus’ more

  • 4. A Foundational Parable

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2020

    Why is it so important to understand the Parable of the Sower?

    1. Jesus indicates that if you do not understand the parable of the sower, you will not have the foundation upon which to build your understanding of other parables. 2. The parable of the sower contains four basic elements that are essential to understanding the kingdom of God: A. Sowing – more

  • 5. The Sower

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2020

    Who is the Sower? What is he sowing?

    1. Jesus is the Sower. Matthew 13:37. -We are to participate in this great work of sowing the seed. Psalm 126:5-6, I Corinthians 3:6-8. -It is not our work, it is God’s work. 2 Corinthians 5:20. 2. Jesus came to sow the seed of the Gospel. Mark 1:38. 3. Sowing the seed of the Gospel is the purpose more

  • 6. The Seed

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2020

    What is the seed that the sower is sowing? Why is it so important?

    1. The seed is the focus of the parable. a. The seed gives the sower his purpose. b. The seed is what brings new life. c. The seed is what has the potential to make life productive. d. The seed is man’s connection to the Kingdom of God. 2. The seed is God’s Word. Matt. 13:18-23, Luke 8:11. 3. Only more