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Jesus cleansing the temple is often misinterpreted as a diatribe against financial abuse. However, this passage speaks of the in-breaking of King Jesus into human history as the one who sets Himself over and above the temple. The temple will fade out of use and be replaced by the divine Priest & Son of Man, the Lord Jesus Christ. This has huge implications for all people Jew and Gentile alike for worship.
Co-Pastor Emilio preaches about 'leaks' in our life that can separate us from God.
This message looks at how we are to be hearers and doers of the word of God and the potential self-deceptions that may happen to us as Christians involved in studying God's word.
Are you consistently scheduling heart exams with the Great Physician? Are you letting his spiritual scalpel probe its way into the secret compartments of your life? Are you inviting the omniscient One to test your motives and intents?
Are you able to recall a time you were really angry with someone? You really wanted to see them pay for the hurt they’ve caused you. In the first two sermons in the Inside Out series, we have discovered how to respond to trials and temptations. In the remaining verses of the first chapter of James, the author shows us how to respond to truth - the truth of God’s Word.
Are you harboring bitterness and anger? Jesus knows what can break that cycle. Luke 22:54-62; John 21:4-19
God Favored Me. When you are described as David is as a man after God's own heart, seek after God, and are favored by God. It doesn't matter what the enemy throws your way, it won't work. After a while the enemy will even begin to see that you are favored, and they will fear you, and become jealous and angry. But fear not for God Favors You!
1. The Causes of Death - The Lord's Indictment 2. The Grace of the Lord's Warnings 3. The Cost of Stubbornness 4. The Hope of the Davidic King
Anger is a problem that most of us face at some time or another. And most of us do it wrongly. But Christ who has made us new gives us new hope in times of anger. This message talks about the new man and anger from Ephesians 4:26-27.
In our trials, we are often tempted to anger, carelessness or the spouting off spiritual or moral platitudes which feed an unstable, shallow or sometimes false faith. What does a consistent faith steeped in God’s Word entail?