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How does loving your enemies look, practically? Christ teaches that we are to different from the world, and this difference is found in loving everyone.
Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: Matthew 7vv21-23. Some people will get to judgement day falsely believing they are Christians because of what they say or they do. These are often good indicators of whether we truly have faith in Jesus Christ, but our motivation is a better indicator. Do we do the will of God? Jesus says only those who do will enter the kingdom of heaven.
We begin a new series on the Lord’s Prayer. Today, many people say that they pray. What does it mean to pray? How do we pray? Over the next couple of weeks, we will look the prayer Jesus gave to us as a guide for prayer. What does it mean to pray “Our Father in Heaven”?
Discussion around the role and purpose of Christians. Expounding on the "Anointing of Gladness" and the responsibility of Christians to shine a light on those they encounter by being positive, loving, and supportive.
The birth of Jesus was literally Divine Intervention on behalf of mankind. While the presence of God has always been displayed through Creation, and while God's Hand is stamped within the DNA of peoples' lives (Romans 2:14-15), Christmas, and the message of the Gospel, represents God's desire to restore a relationship with all who choose to receive Him. He has opened the door for a relationship in which he calls us His children, and He invites us to call Him our Father. God promises to walk with us, and he invites us to walk and talk with Him through whatever life brings our way. There is great comfort in knowing that we are connected to a God whose is able to do more than we can ask or think; a God who is far beyond our understanding, yet is mindful of us as His children.
Part 2 of our Forgotten Faces of Advent Sermon Series
Regardless of our situations and experiences with our earthly fathers, our Heavenly Father perfect and loving. But, like our earthly fathers, our Heavenly Father will discipline us. And in Habakkuk, we see the difference between discipline and wrath.
Sermon on Luke 15:20-32 by Pastor Dan Hendley
Abba was the Jews affectionate term for father. Romans teaches that since we have been adopted we now can say, “Abba, Father.” No longer a servant, but now an heir! We need to stop living like a servant and begin to live our lives like sons and daughters of the Most High.