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  • Hypocrites

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Mar 21, 2019
     | 970 views

    A study in the Gospel of Matthew 21: 28 – 32

    Matthew 21: 28 – 32 Hypocrites 28 “But what do you think? A man had two sons, and he came to the first and said, ‘Son, go, work today in my vineyard.’ 29 He answered and said, ‘I will not,’ but afterward he regretted it and went. 30 Then he came to the second and said likewise. And he answered and ...read more

  • The Power Of Repentance

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Jun 20, 2018
     | 2,055 views

    Repentance is one of the first principles of the gospel and is essential to our temporal and eternal happiness. It is more than just acknowledging wrongdoings. It is a change of mind and heart that gives us a fresh view about God about ourselves and world

    The Power of Repentance Matthew 21:28-32 28 “What do you think? There was a man who had two sons. He went to the first and said, ‘Son, go and work today in the vineyard.’ 29 “‘I will not,’ he answered, but later he changed his mind and went. 30 “Then the father went to the other son and ...read more

  • Working In God’s Vineyard Series

    Contributed by Tesh Njokanma on Jun 5, 2018
     | 7,471 views

    When God tells you to go and work in His vineyard, He is telling you less of self more of God’s needs. He is telling you get out of your comfort zone, go and reach out to others, go and minister to others.

    In Matthew 21:28-31, Jesus told an interesting parable on Christian service and the kind of attitude to service that pleases Him. A father approached two of his sons and told each son to go and work today in the vineyard. In other words, go and occupy for me in my vineyard. Same assignment, same ...read more

  • The Holy One Of God

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Jan 27, 2018
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,646 views

    Another look at the authority of Jesus and the authority of Holy Scripture

    Weekend Message/Devotion January 28, 2018 Reading: Mark 1:21-28 The Holy One of God We don’t get very far in this reading until we are met with Jesus;’ encounter with a demon possessed man in the synagogue, there in Capernaum, right along with all the worshippers. Jesus was ...read more

  • Stew, The Smell Will Tell

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Nov 17, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,376 views

    STEW, CONTINUAL STATE OF SUPPRESSED AGITATION and WORRY. Many people in our churches are not thankful as they are too busy stewing? A skunk may claim to be a cat, but the smell will tell.

    STEW: THE SMELL WILL TELL. By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com TEXT: Matthew 21:19 And when he saw a fig tree in the way, he came to it, and found nothing thereon, but leaves only, and said unto it, Let no fruit grow on thee henceforward for ever. And presently the fig tree ...read more

  • The Importance Of Authority

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Sep 30, 2017
     | 2,404 views

    If we recognise Jesus's authority as divine, then we are forced to listen to Him and allow him to impact our lives. If Jesus is the Word of God and the Scriptures are also the Word of God, then we need allow Scripture to impact our lives too.

    Authority. Our passage this morning is all about authority. We live in a society in which authority is very important The police need authority to enter your house – and any evidence found without the due authority of a warrant signed by a Judge, even if it proves a criminal’s crime is ...read more

  • Worldwide Communion: Persisting To The End

    Contributed by William Baeta on Sep 30, 2017
     | 3,363 views

    “Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling; for it is God who works in you both to will and to do for his good pleasure.” (Phil. 2:12-

    Introduction: We greet you all in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. “This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it”. (Psalm 118:24) Let us rejoice and thank the Lord for His institution of the Holy Communion and His revelations on the importance of ...read more

  • The Way Of Righteousness

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Sep 28, 2017
     | 2,540 views

    How do we answer hostile questions about our faith? How do we know where the authority of God resides? Is the authority of God in our lives?

    Prelude, Purpose & Plan How do we answer hostile questions about our faith? How do we know where the authority of God resides? Is the authority of God in our lives? Let’s explore Jesus’ confrontation with religious leaders over His authority and the parable of the two sons in Matthew ...read more

  • By Whose Authority

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Sep 24, 2017
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,949 views

    The church leaders challenge Jesus and question His authority

    Community Family Fellowship This week’s Readings October 1, 2017 COMMUNION SUNDAY I hope and pray that you continue to pray and extend a hand to every victim of these past Hurricanes that have left so many victims with great lost in their wake. Sunday Reading and Message ...read more

  • The Parable Of The Mom And Two Children

    Contributed by Nickolas Kooi on Sep 13, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,173 views

    The Parable of the Two Sons retold in a modern way for children. This is set up as a play, but can easily be told as a story or sermon illustration. The modern context helps create a gateway for children to see themselves in the story.

    The Parable of the Mom and Two Children Narrator: There once was a Mom who had two children (The mom walks out and waves to people). Narrator: Her oldest daughter, Emily, loves sports (The reader pauses and lets Emily walk out. They wait five seconds. She walks out and waves to the ...read more

  • Two Sons

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Aug 17, 2017
     | 4,023 views

    Now, if you were in the shoes of these parents, which of the babysitters will you hire the next time?

    26A There were two sisters who worked as babysitters in their community. A young couple had recently moved into the neighborhood. They hired the younger of the two sisters to babysit their children. Imagine their surprise when they returned to find their home a complete mess, with their kids ...read more

  • The Ones “go” And The Ones Who Don’t “go”

    Contributed by Kelly Durant on Apr 2, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 7,263 views

    Some say they will obey God and don't, Others resist, then go. The Jews in Jesus day did not think they had to obey Jesus so they did not go to work in the vineyard. No serving when you should is a failure.

  • What Are We Going To Do

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Apr 23, 2015
     | 3,721 views

    We need to be more like the disciple Andrew, who, while he didn't write any of the books in the Bible, led people to Jesus - people like Simon Peter and the boy in the parable of the loaves and fish. Following Jesus is the source of our power to change.

  • The First Shall Be Last, And The Last Shall Be First

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Apr 22, 2015
     | 10,120 views

    Jesus says that it isn’t the religious folk who are first in the kingdom of heaven. It is those who are most open to turning their lives around who are first in line, those who take action when Jesus says, “follow me”.

    It’s painful to have someone you trust tell you that they are going to do something for you---and they don’t. Many of us can tell stories about people who have let us down by making promises and then not following up on them. For example, there is a story of a young widow whose husband ...read more

  • How Do Gyms Make Their Money? Series

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Sep 27, 2014
     | 4,300 views

    For the answer, you'll have to read to the end of the sermon.