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  • Transforming Your Relationships Series

    Contributed by Chris Jordan on Oct 22, 2014

    In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus gives us wisdom for transforming our relationships from shallow and superficial to deep and meaningful.

    TRANSFORMATION #2: TRANSFORMING YOUR RELATIONSHIPS INTRO TO TOPIC: Two weeks ago we started a new series in the Sermon on the Mount, looking at the greatest message ever preached by Jesus. OPENING TEXT: “Therefore whoever hears these sayings of Mine, and does them, I will liken him to more

  • Murder He Spoke Series

    Contributed by Larry Turner on Oct 23, 2014
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    Jesus was well known for upsetting people's "apple carts." In this sermon He challenges us to go beyond the obvious sin of murder and to dwell on anger, judgment, and provoking others.

    Don’t you hate it when someone comes along and “upsets the apple cart?” This saying originated sometime in the 1800’s. The idea behind it was that a farmer had carefully loaded his cart with apples to take and sell at the market place. However, some clumsy oaf would come more

  • Mr. Humble

    Contributed by Martin Ellgar on Jan 1, 2015
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    A drama for children: Mr. Humble.

    Mr. Humble. (This children’s talk is based on Matthew 5: 21-37, as part of the Sermon on the Mount.) Theme: Jesus is Mr. Humble. Objective: 1. To teach the meaning of being humble. 2. To teach the good news that Jesus is Mr. Humble. Key Words/Phrase: 1. to be humble 2. Jesus more

  • Your Mission To Your Family Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 7, 2014

    We are sent to be a gift, a blessing, to every human being we encounter, especially in our family.

    Thursday of the 10th Week in Course 2014 Lumen Fidei One of the beautiful things we lost with the new liturgical calendar is the Octave of Pentecost. Pentecost is the birthday of the Church, the day when evangelization of the nations began in earnest and in the Holy Spirit, so it deserves to more

  • Anger Series

    Contributed by Michael Luke on Dec 11, 2015
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    God knows our tendency to struggle in the area of anger. His Word gives us some instruction in this matter. Let’s pay close attention so that we might honor God in all things – even in our anger.

    Series: There’s an App for That “Anger” Matthew 5:21-26, 39, 43-48 Open In Lille, France, a woman became fed up with neighbors parking outside of her home blocking her gate. For weeks, she asked and pleaded with them to not do it. She woke up before dawn one more

  • God Said It, I Believe It, That Settles It Series

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Apr 28, 2016

    We often use this phrase to defend our actions or to attack the beliefs or actions of another, but the Word of God requires more reflection beyond a simple adherence. Ultimately, we must look to the revelation of the Word made flesh, Jesus Christ.

    “God said it, I believe it, that settles it,” is another phrase we hear tossed around a lot by Christians. So we are going to give some thought to this phrase today as we continue our sermon series, “Bible or Not,” where we explore the true meaning behind some phrases more

  • High Jumping And High Goals And Standards

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Jul 3, 2016

    How high is up? Current cultural trends challenges every person to find a life goal worth living and standards by which we should live to achieve that goal.

    Matthew 5__20 Christian Authority The 6th Sunday after Trinity Blessed Lord You have prepared for those who love you good things that surpass our understanding; Pour into our hearts such love towards you, that we, loving you above all things, may obtain your promises, which exceed all more

  • God: How Could A Loving God Send Someone To Hell? Matt. 5:22; 28-30 Series

    Contributed by Philip Martin on Apr 12, 2016

    Questions we would we must like to ask God if given the chance.

    God: How could a Loving God send someone to Hell? Matt. 5:22; 28-30 1. We are in a middle of a series that we have entitled ''God, I have a question! Today we are going to take a look at a hot topic (again no pun intended) that when discussed generally generates more heat than light. It is more

  • Anger Series

    Contributed by Leighton (Lee) Vary on May 30, 2016

    To harbor anger is murder. To attempt to worship while you harbor anger is not just useless, it is Hypocrisy and In reality it is also blasphemy

    I. Introduction A. A woman was taking her time browsing through everything at a friend's yard sale, and said to her, "My husband is going to be very angry I stopped at a yard sale." "I'm sure he'll understand when you tell him about all the bargains you found," her friend replied. "Normally, more

  • It Begins In The Heart Series

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Jul 14, 2016
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    This sermon, "It Begins In The Heart," is part of the Sermon on the Mount series and deals with how God looks at the attitude of our heart as much as he looks at our actions.

    Sermon on the Mount “It Begins in the Heart” Matthew 5:21-30 Before we begin it’s important we review Jesus’ last statement, and what we learned is that Jesus didn’t come to abolish or invalidate the Law, but to fulfill it, that is, to bring it to completion. And more

  • Let Your Righteousness Exceed Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 11, 2016
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    Our righteousness is measured against that of Jesus–who loved us all the way to the cross and challenged us to follow His love.

    5th Sunday after Pentecost 2016 A Reading from the first Epistle of St. Peter Beloved: All of you, have unity of spirit, sympathy, love of the brethren, a tender heart and a humble mind. 9 Do not return evil for evil or reviling for reviling; but on the contrary bless, for to this you have been more

  • Bless Me

    Contributed by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid on Apr 9, 2015

    Jesus blessed the people, a radical movement of sustaining faith that permitted the hope of the people to live in the spirit of Christ to forgive man's sins.

    Bless Me by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid (April 9, 2015) “Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. ...” (St. Matthew 5:3-11, King James Version (KJV) [The sermon on the mount]. Greetings in the Holy Name Of Jesus, My brothers more

  • Hurting People

    Contributed by Isaac Butterworth on Apr 23, 2015

    Whether you have been hurt or have hurt someone else, you seek reconciliation for the glory of God.

    In Paul’s brief correspondence with the Philippians, as he drew his letter to a close, he mentioned an issue of some importance in his mind. There were two women in the church – dear women, women who had “labored side by side” with Paul in the gospel, women “whose more

  • Have You Murdered Someone Lately? Series

    Contributed by Jerry Owen on Mar 30, 2017

    Jesus talks about murder and reveals that we can be guilty of murder without ever physically killing someone.

    HAVE YOU MURDERED SOMEONE LATELY? Matthew 5:21-26 A. WAYS TO MURDER YOUR BROTHER. 1. Physically Murdering Him. Mt 5:21 “You have heard that the ancients were told, ‘You shall not commit murder’ and ‘Whoever commits murder shall be liable to the court’ The murder rate in America is more

  • Infinite Love For Infinite Sadness Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 10, 2017

    To enjoy infinite love curing our infinite sadness, we need to live by the moral code Jesus taught, the code of loving even our enemies.

    Thursday of 2nd Week in Course 2017 Joy of the Gospel “Our infinite sadness can only be cured by an infinite love.” Those words of Pope Francis ended our reflection last Thursday on the encyclical Joy of the Gospel. Now God’s love is unconditional. He loves even jerks, even sinners like me and more