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Their Cry For Help, Made Him Stand Still

Overview - Their Cry For Help, Made Him Stand Still. Matthew 20:29-34. In our sermon today we read of an account where two blind beggars hear of Christ passing by them, and they cry out to Jesus, and their cry causes Him to stand still. And not only did He stand still, He helped them in their time of need. Why did their cry cause Jesus to stand still and help them? If I cry out to Jesus today, will He still stand still for me and help me in my time of need? I cover these questions and more in my message today. So if you have been wondering the answers to these questions, come and take a listen. May God richly bless you Pastor Ed.

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It Shall Not Be So Among You

Overview - It Shall Not Be So Among You. Matthew 20:20-28. In our message today we look at the lust for power and authority of the two disciples James and John, as they bring their mother to ask something of Jesus. These two disciples wanted to sit in premier spots in Jesus’ Kingdom, hence wanting to have authority over the other disciples and everyone else in His Kingdom as well. Jesus uses their lust for this authority to teach them that it shall not be so among them. What does He mean by this? Come take a listen to the sermon and find out. Enjoy the sermon Pastor Ed

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The Important Message Of Christ

Overview- The Important Message Of Christ. Matthew, chapter 20:17-19. In our message today take a look at the important message Jesus gave to His 12. In Matthew 20 verses 17-19 Jesus tells His disciples that they are headed for Jerusalem, and while there, He is going to be betrayed, killed, and resurrected from the dead. How do we know that this message was so important to Him? Just one way we look at today; this is the now the third time He talks to His disciples about it. In this sermon, I talk about this aspect and much more. This message that Jesus gives to His disciples in this section of scripture, is the most important message Jesus gave to mankind period. Come take a listen to see just how important Jesus’ message really is. God Bless you Pastor Ed

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- It Is Easier For A Camel To Go Through The Eye Of A Needle Than For A Rich Man To Enter The Kingdom Of God

Overview - It Is Easier For A Camel To Go Through The Eye Of A Needle Than For A Rich Man To Enter The Kingdom Of God. Matthew 19:23-30. In our message today we cover a variety of different topics. We read Jesus tell His disciples that it is pretty much impossible for a wealthy/rich man to get into Heaven. We read how the disciples react to Jesus’ statement which shows us that Jesus was being literal in what He said. But when the disciples say to Jesus, “who then can be saved”, Jesus turns His teaching to focus on salvation for all mankind, and says, “With man this (salvation) is impossible, but with God all things are possible”. So with humankind salvation is impossible, salvation comes from God. Does this mean that we have no part in salvation? Does God just elect those whom He elects and the rest are left behind? I cover all these topics and more. Come, take a listen and find out the answers to these difficult questions that I bring up. God Bless you Pastor Ed

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Oh, How Precious Israel Is In God's Sight

Overview - Oh, How Precious Israel Is In God's Sight. Matthew chapter 18 verses 10-14. In our message today we looked at the context of this section of scripture in Matthew 18, and found out that it is indeed Israel that Jesus is referring to. Getting the correct context of any scripture is very important, because otherwise you can end up in spiritual error. Next we studied the heart of the text. Oh, how precious Israel is in God’s sight. Israel was a very spiritually lost nation in God’s eyes when Christ came to earth, yet in spite of their rebellion towards God, Jesus tells us here that, He came to seek and save that which was lost. God is Love 1 John 4:8. God bless you Pastor Ed

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