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This was the message given by pastor Mario, on the last night of our Big Bear Retreat "Kingdom of Heaven". In this message we learned how God's kingdom becomes more tangible, more real, as we go in deeper into God's presence. We will be able to not only feel, but see God's beautiful presence, all due to His GRACE.
The Bible’s teaching on marriage and sex is considered by many to be outdated, old-fashioned, and too strict. After all, many think, it was written so long ago in a culture that didn’t know what we know today. Today, we have freedom and fun. We should no longer be bound by such teaching. What the Bible says no longer matters to us. Nothing could be more dangerous to your marriage or your singleness. No matter your current relationship status, the Bible’s teaching on sexuality and marriage matter to you. The gift of the Creator must be handled in the way that the Creator ordained. Otherwise, great tragedy and heartache awaits, and worse, eternal judgment. Today we tackle the difficult and sometimes painful topic of marriage and sex to see how Jesus tells us the truth about some of the lies that we have believed.
Pastor Rudy Bropleh uses several biblical references to complete the message of In Service, The largest of these reference comes from Matthew 25:14-40. Key Points: 1) The Backsliding Servant (Luke 9:62); 2) The Maintaining Servant (Matthew 25:14-15; 18; 24-30); 3) The Progressing Servant (Phiippians 3:12-14); and 4) The Outstanding Servant (Matthew 25:16-17; 19-23)
Matthew 28:16-20 In ancient Jerusalem, a disciple was a person who sought out and formally followed a rabbi; he was an apprentice, so to speak, who gleaned knowledge from his teacher, and imitated the attitudes and actions of the one he followed. Over time, though, the term disciple took on a broader meaning and became as much about being as it was about doing.
As part of our "Disciple: What it Means to Follow Jesus" series, Chris Carr teaches "The Heart of Discipleship" from Matthew 16:21-27.
As part of our landmark "Disciple: What it Means to Follow Jesus" series, Chris Carr teaches "Advance!" from Matthew 26 & 28.
Rev. Carl Palmer