Contributed on Feb 22, 2013
In the Garden of Eden sin decided to invade and seperate man from the Kingdom rule of God. However two thousand years ago Jesus came to re-establish that Kingdom rule through us. The Kingdom has come and the battle has begun.
Sermon preached after a presentation by New Horizons. We are beginning a series on Kingdom living today. Often when we hear about the Kingdom of God or the Kingdom of Heaven we envision a future Kingdom that will one day either take us up to it or will descend upon us. However the Bible teaches us ...read more
Contributed on Mar 5, 2013
Jesus promises that when we pay attention, understand, and obey what we have been taught He will give us the keys to unlock the secrets of the Kingdom.
Two kingdoms are at war with each other, the kingdom of sin that leads to death and the Kingdom of Jesus that leads to life. Two kingdoms in an epic battle for each of us. Last week I declared that the battle has begun against the illegal actions that sin has taken toward the will of God. Last week ...read more
Contributed on Mar 16, 2013
We live in a world where wheat and weeds live together. How we live can convert the weeds to wheat. This sermon looks at a four step program to accomplish this.
Last week we acknowledged the existence of two spiritual kingdoms. There is the kingdom of sin that established itself in rebellion against God’s rule. And there is the Kingdom of Jesus that is crying out for us to rise up against the kingdom of sin. We also acknowledged the fact that we ...read more
Contributed on Mar 21, 2013
Jesus rode into town as a king but died as a rebel. However, in his death we recieved a King. This sermon discovers reasons He was labled a rebel worthy of death.
As I was beginning to prepare for this weeks sermon on the secrets of the Kingdom I realized that we have not met the King yet. Therefore, this week we are going to step away from the Kingdom teaching so that I might introduce you to the King. Since this is Palm Sunday, I think we should start ...read more
Contributed on Mar 29, 2013
Jesus describes his Kingdom as a pinch of yeast and a mustard seed. But it is the empty tomb that makes these useful.
Over the past few weeks we have spent a great deal of time discovering truths about the Kingdom of Jesus. We have discovered that it lives within us and empowers us to do great things for him. We have discovered that we are to co-exist in a world filled with sinners and influence them without ...read more