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  • What Is The Sabbath?

    Contributed by Nickolas Kooi on Jun 1, 2018
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,942 views

    In Mark 3:1-6, Jesus teaches us about what the Sabbath is through His healing of a man with a withered hand. This sermon explains what the Jews believed about the Sabbath, and how we can apply the Sabbath as modern Christians.

    In the movie The Incredibles, there is a scene where ex-Super Hero Bob Parr, aka Mr. Incredible, has a confrontation with his boss. Mr. Incredible has been forcibly retired from the hero business for years, and is working at an insurance company. He is doing a good job, but too good of a job. ...read more

  • Luther Reformation

    Contributed by Gary Taber on Jul 11, 2010
     | 2,213 views

    1517 the Reformation began with the 95 Thesis

    Reformation Sunday Let us pray. As disciples of Mt. Pilgrim who are we, what are we? Are we righteous people? Are we saved? What should we be doing? What should we not be doing? If someone was to ask you when you walk outside this building this morning who are you and what ...read more

  • The Reformation

    Contributed by Steve Lombardo on Nov 24, 2009
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,325 views

    The Bible is our authority, we should challenge everything, and then not be afraid to change - lessons from the Reformation.

    We’re leaving our series entitled, “You Are Lord: Understanding and Embracing the Lordship of Jesus Christ.” We are going to take a break. We only have one message left in our series and next week we are going to be getting back to it talking about our future. Jesus is Lord of our future. It’s ...read more

  • Prayer

    Contributed by Gary Taber on Jul 25, 2010
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,779 views

    Jesus teaches us how to pray. Prayer is important and is of High priority.

    Luke 11: 1-13 Prayer Opening Prayer, May the words of my mouth and the meditation of all our hearts are pleasing in your sight, O LORD, my Rock and my Redeemer. Amen. This morning’s Gospel is on prayer. How would you define prayer? The dictionary defines prayer as a reverent ...read more

  • The History Of The Bible

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on Aug 18, 2008
    based on 2 ratings
     | 3,807 views

    A challenge to not neglect God word.

    Some interesting facts about the Bible: • “Bible” comes from the Latin biblia, meaning “books.” • The first book ever printed was the Bible in 1454. • The Bible was divided into chapters by Stephen Langton in 1228. • The Old Testament was divided into verses by R. Nathan in 1488 and the New ...read more

  • Fw: In Faith

    Contributed by Jason Bonnicksen on Dec 7, 2011
     | 1,104 views

    Honoring the Protestant Reformation by moving Forward in our Faith

    INTRO Of all the subjects Martin Luther was most passionate, he wrote of nothing more extensive than that of “faith. In December 1536, Luther marched forward in faith by defending that which he held so dear by encouraging the church to reform their ways and return to the Lord with all ...read more

  • Sola Fide: Faith Alone Series

    Contributed by Mark Connelly on Aug 24, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,356 views

    You cannot earn your salvation. You cannot buy it. Nobody can do it for you. Salvation is by God’s grace, through faith alone in Jesus Christ. That is the truth that liberates your soul.

    We’re in the 3rd week of a 4 week series called stories to tell. My purpose in this series is to tell you 4 stories of 4 great heroes of the faith, to stir your soul to stand for Christ. I want you to have new stories of the faith to tell your children and your children’s children. ...read more

  • The Sacramental Gifts

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 27, 2018
     | 724 views

    Every denomination has its own take on sacrament, and some deny that there are any sacraments, even Baptism, that are normally required for salvation. But Scripture helps us solve the problem.

    Thursday of the 4th Week in Course 2018 Reformation/Revolution The forty years that King David ruled over Israel were looked upon in later centuries as a kind of golden age, one that extended into the early years of his son, Solomon. David was chosen by God through the prophet Samuel because he ...read more

  • Build On Rock, Not Sand Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 2, 2017
     | 1,905 views

    " pray for our young religious and seminarians, for all of us will be judged on the basis of where we build–on the firm rock of obedience to God, or on shifting sand."

    Thursday of the First Week in Lent Reformation & Revolution It is the happy decision of the Church that brings us so much of the prophet Isaiah as we celebrate the time of expectation, the time of Advent. Isaiah was a prophet of hope in a time of social and religious and political upheaval. ...read more

  • The Love Song Of Christ And The Church Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 16, 2017
     | 773 views

    Indeed, the deepest meaning of the Song of Songs is the celebration of the love of God, the Bridegroom, for His faithful people, seen as the dark beauty, the Bride.

    Thursday of 3rd week in Advent 2017 Reformation/Revolution The beautiful Song of Solomon, or Song of Songs, is on the surface a long love song, or compilation of love songs. It celebrates the love of husband and wife, the longing of one for the other, and the joy that can come from a loving and ...read more

  • Shattering The Fresco; Reassembling The Mosaic

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 20, 2018
     | 719 views

    The rebuilding of the Church in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries took the divine energy that we receive in the Eucharist and gave it a new missionary impulse.

    Conversion of St. Paul 2018 Reformation/Revolution Today’s reading from St. Luke’s Acts of the Apostles is precious because it is one of the first-person testimonies from St. Paul about his conversion on the road to Damascus. Rabbi Saul was on his way to being the most famous Jew in the Levant ...read more

  • "Who Will Get The Credit?" Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Oct 16, 2017
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,748 views

    In this series we are looking at the 5 Solas of the Protestant Reformation. This message is based on the 5th Sola. Everything we do is for the glory of God and God alone. This is where we find our purpose in life.

    “Who will get the Credit?” Romans 11:33-36 It has been said that history repeats itself. Now I believe that to a point but I think that it is more accurate to say that people repeat the same mistakes in the same choices and the same decisions others have made before them and that’s why ...read more

  • Song Of The Reformation

    Contributed by Nickolas Kooi on Oct 17, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 872 views

    There are some TV show theme songs or commercial jingles that we can immediately recognize. Luther's "A Mighty Fortress" is one of them too, for it is the theme song of the Reformation. This sermon is based on Psalm 46, the one the song is from.

    There are some theme songs that are just iconic and memorable. There are some that are so recognizable that when part of it is heard or sung, you can immediately recognize the TV show that it belongs to. For example, “Here’s a story, of a lovely lady, who had three very lovely girls…” belongs to ...read more

  • "For The Glory Of God" Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Oct 30, 2017
     | 2,753 views

    When Martin Luther hung his writings on the door of the church in Wittenberg, 500 years ago, everything in the church changed. This gave man a renewed purpose. Now all that we do is for the glory of God. It is all for God and God alone.

    “For the glory of God” It has been said that history repeats itself. Now I believe that to a point but I think that it is more accurate to say that people repeat the same mistakes in the same choices and the same decisions others have made before them and that’s why history repeats itself. ...read more

  • Epicurus And Christ Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 11, 2017
     | 1,022 views

    Renaissance atheists ate, drank and were merry and ignored God’s teaching, because they thought of the Christian God as just another non-existent being who wanted to keep them from enjoying themselves.

    Thursday of the 32nd Week in Course Reformation/Revolution The Pharisees were religious leaders in Israel at the time of Christ, and, like all pious Jews, they believed that God would send a Messiah to inaugurate the Kingdom of God. But most Jews thought that the kingdom would be brought by ...read more