Part 1 God wants to change the world through Christian influence. We can’t hold people at gunpoint, but we may, should and are be influencing others. How does ketchup come out of a bottle? It is through the “squeezing” action. Christian influence is God being able to release the treasure of the Holy Spirit through... Read More
A couple of the texts used in this sermon. Romans 6: 1-13 Colossians 3:1-13 Matthew 27 Some of the points that are covered Self admiration Self indulgence Self defense Self righteousness Self preservation
We all want to be relevant in our churches. Something more important than being relevant to being relative in the culture - it's being relevant in the Kingdom of God. And when we are relevant in the Kingdom of God we are relevant in the culture. If we are going to be Christians of influence,... Read More
Ephesians 5, Matthew 7:24-27 In a marriage a man and woman leave their parents and come together as one flesh. If you have a treasure you cherish it. You take care of it. It takes value over all things. This is the way a spouse is supposed to be treated, as a treasure, a cherished... Read More
We’ve been to the mountain. Now what? Jesus doesn’t just call us to the mountain. He then tells us to go, to go forth and put the things that we’ve learned to good use. Matthew 28 - These last recorded words of Christ in Matthew are ones that we should listen to. Wheel look at... Read More
” Why climb mount Everest? Because it is there.” - George Mallory Isaiah 2:3 - There are spiritual mountains to climb. Our desire this weekend is to go to the mountain, meet God and allow Him to teach us and then to walk in His paths. Matthew 28:16-20 - This is the great commission. We... Read More
Matthew 7:1-29 God is the one who divides asunder the soul and spirit discerning the very thoughts of everyone. Very often we don’t know all of the details about situations and we need to be careful before we jump to too many conclusions. When we are able to get the whole picture often times it... Read More
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