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  • Jesus And X-Tra! Series

    Contributed by Larry Vollink on Apr 15, 2021

    Jesus was/is Extra - Ordinary and 'The Greatest Walker wants us to Walk that extra - mile, but when? Listen!

    Jesus walked 1000's of miles for His ministry of love, now He is asking His disciples to walk the extra mile if compelled to go a mile. Why? It comes from the Sermon on the Mount context, "If a soldier demands that you carry his gear for a mile, carry it two miles." (Matthew 5:41) He more

  • Simplicity Versus Complexity

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 13, 2021

    We need to see that the primary problem of the Pharisees was that they were too religious. Some people go bad because of their vices, and others because of their virtues.

    Human nature loves to magnify the minute and give significance to the insignificant by the simple method of stretching the truth. An army cook, for example, feed a mob of men with scrambled eggs, and then he sat down and wrote to his girl friend: "Dearest, for two hours shells have been more

  • The Reversal Of Revenge

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 13, 2021

    Revenge may be sweet for awhile, but it turns so bitter that it is never a long range value. This reversal of revenge, however, can add sweetness to life that lasts for time and eternity.

    Aaron Burr could have been a great name in American history. He was elected to the U. S. Senate, and in 1800 he was a candidate for President of the U. S. Thomas Jefferson won that election, and Aaron Burr became Vice President. His future was bright, but then he was insulted by another famous more

  • Loving Our Enemies

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 13, 2021

    This means the Christian must love the non-Christian, and even the anti-Christian. He does not need to like them, but he does need to love them.

    Andrew Jackson was the 7th president of the United States and one of the most popular presidents ever. After two terms he left office with greater popularity than when he entered. He is one of the most interesting presidents to study, for the record would indicate that he had no business being more

  • Turning The Other Cheek

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 13, 2021

    The religious leaders of the world can quote their wise and holy men in ways that show they too have many of the values of the Sermon on the Mount. But they have nothing to match the teachings of Christ on the love of one's enemies.

    Almost everybody agrees with the Sermon on the Mount in general, but almost nobody can agree to the specifics of the last part of chapter 5. Even Nikita Krushev, an atheist, when he was the leader of Russia, could say he agreed with the Sermon on the Mount, for even in Russia they do not consider more

  • Reach For God's Perfect Righteousness Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jan 22, 2021

    God calls us to the highest standards. 1. Always be believable (vs. 33-37). 2. Go beyond what is expected of us (vs. 38-42). 3. Make sure you belong to the Father's family (vs. 43-48).

    Reach for God's Perfect Righteousness The Gospel of Matthew Matthew 5:33-48 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - April 23, 2013 (Revised January 22, 2021) BACKGROUND: *Please open your Bibles to Matthew 5:33. Tonight, we will continue to study the Lord's Sermon on the Mount. more

  • Be Ye Angry And Sin Not

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jan 2, 2021

    What does this mean? Are supposed to be angry? Of course the phrasing is in Old English from the 1600's and newer translations put it this way, "In your anger do not sin." Is such a feat even possible? What does God's Holy Word say?

    Be Ye Angry and Sin Not Please stand with me as we go over our current memory Scripture: Psalm 1:1-2 “Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers. But his delight is in the Law of the LORD, and on His Law he more

  • It's Okay To Say No

    Contributed by Christopher Lund on Dec 8, 2020

    It can be hard to tell people "no", and sometimes we say "yes" when we don't actually mean it. But Jesus shows us how important "no" can be. From

    I think a lot of us can have a hard time saying "no" to people. We can be afraid that other people will be disappointed, or let down, or maybe not even like us as much anymore. Or we might feel guilty, guilty that someone else might have to help them instead of us, or that nobody will more

  • Patriotic Christians #2 - Pray For Our Leaders Series

    Contributed by Duane Wente on Nov 1, 2020

    As Christians, we have a responsibility to pray for our elected leaders and officials.

    Patriotic Christians #2 Pray for Our Leaders Theme: As Christians, we have a responsibility to pray for our elected leaders and officials. Introduction Last week we took some time to talk about seven different ways we could pray for our country. We need to pray for humility, that we will seek more

  • The Place Of The Skull – The Scarcity Of Essentials (7/12) Series

    Contributed by Eduardo (Eddie) Fernandes on Oct 12, 2020
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    We are living unprecedented times. We ask ourselves what would Jesus do? This good question can be misleading. Rather we should ask, what did Jesus do? He was born into an era of injustice, violence and pain. He was the victim of abuse and injustice. What did He do?

    Message by Gabi Faria Introduction It is my understanding that you have been in a message series called a Reflection on the 12 stations of the cross. Just last week my sister preached (worship leader preaching, preacher can’t sing, my voice would disconnect our network with Jesus!) on the Via more

  • So Help Me God

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Aug 14, 2020

    This sermon is about honesty and oaths. (from May 5, 2013).

    SO HELP ME GOD Text: Matthew 5:33 – 37 I once heard a comedian tell a joke that had a rhetorical question. If you were a lawyer, his joke may or may not have been funny depending on whether or not the given lawyer or lawyers had a sense of humor. His joke went like this: “How can you tell more

  • Christian Challenge Sermon V: Make Or Break Situations Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Jul 15, 2020

    In times like these, mature Christians confront issues of the day without feeling compelled to qualify their responses but by forthrightly facing the issues and taking a stand for truth even though it sometimes hurts.

    MAKE OR BREAK SITUATIONS PRESENT A DISTINCT CHALLENGE TO CHRISTIANS “Cross my heart and hope to die!” Did any of you ever use that phrase to swear to a friend that you would keep a promise? As kids, we engaged in such promise making, except that we might have more

  • Getting Life Right: Promises Series

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on May 18, 2020

    Life is built on promises. Every word a Christian speaks represents God, whether we take an oath in his name or simply make a promise.

    Getting Life Right: PROMISES—Matthew 5:33-37 “You promised.” There’s something about that! There is something about a child being able to trust a parent’s promises, a husband or wife trusting every commitment made, or being able to count on people at work to do what promise to do. LIFE IS BUILT more

  • Getting Life Right: Re-Cycling Relationships Series

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on May 18, 2020

    1) Break the Cycle of Retribution, 2) Start a New Cycle of Love. "What goes around comes around" is not the final answer. Love graciously as God loves.

    Getting Life Right: RE-CYCLING RELATIONSHIPS—Matthew 5:38-48 Most relationships follow a simple rule: “What goes around comes around.” If interactions between people are going in a positive direction, the relationship thrives, with reciprocal affirmation, encouragement, cooperation, and kindness. more

  • Faith And Suffering - Reacting Or Responding Series

    Contributed by Roberta Karchner on May 2, 2020

    1 Peter talks a lot about Suffering. How should we act and react as Christians on this subject

    1 Peter 2:21-25 Matthew 5:38-48 Psalm 23 Our primary passage today is the one from 1 Peter, and I confess, none of us like what he has to say. I added the Matthew 5 passage, because sometimes it is easier to hear if we know it came directly from Jesus. Both passages are addressing the same more