Sermon The Patience & Faithfulness of the Lord

The Patience & Faithfulness of the Lord

Do you ever grow impatient? Of course! We get stuck in traffic, or annoyed by a loved one’s habits or frustrated with a slow co-worker. But our incredibly patient Lord shows us over and over His amazing faithfulness to us. We are flawed and sin daily but with this parable, Pastor illustrates how Christ is …

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Sermon Seek the Lord; trust His ways, trust His pardon

Seek the Lord; trust His ways, trust His pardon

This week’s sermon focuses on trusting the Lord. Sounds easy, right? But how often do we default to OUR way of thinking? How often do we seek answers within OURSELVES? It is the human thing to do. But the Lord tells us, “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways”. …

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Sermon Forgive one another as the Lord forgives us

Forgive one another as the Lord forgives us

First, apologies for no audio recording this week. There was an unknown error and the recording device failed. However, Pastor Jenson’s sermon served as a beautiful reminder of God’s love for us, His unconditional forgiveness of our sins and how we can show each other love with forgiveness. Today’s Gospel reading (see below) is when …

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Sermon He Rules the World

He Rules the World

Pastor Jenson covers civil authority in this week’s sermon. We know that evil exists in this world and that God governs it two ways.  He governs and limits evil either by grace and mercy or by force of law. God does not abandon us but rather, He works through all means to the blessing of …

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Sermon “I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven”

“I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven”

What is the office of the keys? It’s hinted at in the Gospel reading today — Christ built the church on  rock of Peter, but the keys weren’t given to one man. Rather, they were given to the communion of saints – all those who believe. You, “yourselves as being built up as a holy …

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Sermon Faith

Faith

Holy Scripture covers matters of faith from cover to cover. We are given incredible examples of pillars of faith and those who fail miserably. Sometimes it’s the same person like Abraham or Peter who at different times show enormous trust or trembling doubt. Thankfully, we are reminded in Romans 11 that we are redeemed and forgiven …

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Sermon The Righteousness of the Law, the Righteousness of Faith

The Righteousness of the Law, the Righteousness of Faith

Today’s sermon focuses on righteousness and it’s full of questions and answers. What does “righteousness” mean? Who is it for? How is it obtained? Pastor walks us through this concept as he discusses Romans chapter 10. Please listen and share your thoughts in the Comments section. Epistle: Romans 10:5-17 5 For Moses writes about the righteousness that …

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Sermon Listen diligently, incline your ear and come to me

Listen diligently, incline your ear and come to me

Sermon Audio Recording – August 6, 2017 This week’s sermon focuses on Isaiah 55 and God’s desire for us to be spiritually wealthy. How do we know this? God tells us in verse 3, “Incline your ear, and come to me; hear, that your soul may live”. The focus is on the riches of the heart …

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Sermon More than Conquerors

More than Conquerors

Today’s sermon (July 30th) focused on the delicate and, at times, difficult to understand topic of predestination. You can listen to the sermon below. The topic is rich with discussion so leave your thoughts and questions in the comments section. Following are the Scripture readings for today’s sermon. Epistle: Romans 8:28-39 28 And we know that for …

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Sermon Waiting eagerly for the Glory to be revealed

Waiting eagerly for the Glory to be revealed

The sermon on July 23rd focused on the kingdom of heaven. We often use the phrase “it’s a better place”, but it’s an eternity so beautiful that it can’t be compared to any physical location or experience. It far surpasses anything we know. Below is this week’s Scripture reading and helps provide context for the sermon. Epistle: …

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