Text: Matthew 6:25-34 – As we reach the end of Chapter 6, Jesus teaches us that the reason we can focus on heavenly treasure rather than earthly treasure – the reason we can keep our vision singularly on light, not darkness – the reason we can put our trust in God as our Master, not […]
Text: Matthew 6:1-4 – As we move into the next section of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus warns us that in our pursuit of righteousness – a righteousness that must exceed that of the religious leaders – we must be careful about our motives. In the first part of this chapter, he focusses on the […]
Text: Matthew 5:17-20 – After teaching his audience that he did not come to earth to abolish the law, but to be its fulfillment, Jesus challenges his listeners that if they truly want to be faithful followers, their righteous actions needed to go above and beyond what they saw the religious leaders doing. The message […]
Text: Matthew 5:11,12 – In this text, Jesus expands on the last Beatitude reminding us that Christians will always face opposition if they are living the Godly character he defines in the Beatitudes. While persecution is not pleasant, Jesus calls his followers to rejoice in it because it we are sharing in the same suffering […]
Text: Matthew 5:6 – Pastor Win continues his series on the Sermon On The Mount. This week he looks at the fourth Beatitude where Jesus calls his followers to purse God’s righteousness with an intensity equivalent to a starving person pursing the basic necessities of life – food and water.
Text: Romans 7 – Most individuals and business dread audits. But audits are beneficial in that they expose problems that need to cease. The Apostle Paul makes this point in Chapter 7, teaching us that the law of God acts as an auditor, exposing sin in our lives and reminding us how much we need […]
Text: Romans 6 – As we continue through our series in Romans, elder Sean Rodgers unpacks Chapter 6 and reminds us that being a Christian is not just knowing who Jesus is. Jesus paid for our sin on the cross with his life and that sacrifice demands that our lives are also changed! Don’t let […]
Text: Luke 19:28-48 – When Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey that first Palm Sunday, the Jewish people had great expectations for him. They had truly hoped that he was the promised King the prophet Zachariah had foretold would come to bring salvation – freedom from oppression. Unfortunately, while they were looking for a […]