Sermons on Forgiveness

Sermons on Forgiveness

Matthew

Matthew 9:1-8

Matthew 9:1-8, February 09, 2020 Hearing and Seeing  Review:  8:28-34 Demons and Pigs. When the boat arrived on the Eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee something truly odd happened, two demon possessed men came out to meet Jesus and only Jesus. They had no interaction with the others, only Jesus. A number of things stand out about their meeting with Jesus. 1) They knew who He was, 2) they feared Him, 3) they knew a time would come for…
Matthew

MATTHEW 6:5-7:29

Matthew 6:5-7:29, January 19, 2020 Review: Jesus’ Foundation For Our Lives Let’s begin our review here 7:24-25  Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. 2The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock. We are talking about the foundation for your life.…
Matthew

Matthew 6:1-15

Matthew 6:1-15, December 22, 2019 It is All About Your Heart Review – Chapter five concluded with six examples that had to do with your heart. Murder begins with anger in your heart. Adultery begins with lust in your heart. Divorce begins with selfishness and a hard heart. Oaths are only necessary if you have a lying heart. Revenge is only necessary if you do not have a forgiving heart – more on this today. Loving your enemies is made…
Matthew

Matthew 5:13-26

Please note:  Apologies – no podcast.  There was a glitch in recording this Sunday’s message.     Matthew 5:13-26, December 08, 2019 Salt & Light, Spiritual Law, Murder Review – What does it mean to be Blessed as in Blessed be throughout the Beatitudes?  It means to be happy, but not how we might perceive the word happy.  The relationship between the Beatitudes and grace, how to live as believers, as people who are saved with a changed life. Quick review…
Colossians

Colossians 3:18 – 4:1-6

Colossians 3:18-4:6, July 21, 2019 Our Responsibilities As Believers REVIEW 3:15-17 What directs our new life? The peace of Christ stems from its source so it is divine in nature and it is given control over our hearts – it rules and unifies making us members of one body. The message of Christ dwells within us, is at home within us. Let it dwell in us richly as without it we are spiritually poor. There is a reason we find…

Philemon-01-25

Revolutionary Action Asked of Philemon Summary/story of the letter then summary video 6 minutes 39 seconds long . 1-3 A prisoner of Christ Jesus … seven references to Jesus throughout this short letter. No mention of being an apostle of Jesus. He knows Philemon personally. He led him to Christ on one of missionary trips – probably to Ephesus. While Paul was a prisoner in Rome under house arrest he preached there as we learn in Acts 28:30-31. 4-6 Philemon’s…
But I want you to know that the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins.

Mark 2:1-3:6

(Recording begins mid-message.) Short Overview of Mark: First comparing the Gospels to movies: Consider the size of the four Gospels Mark – 678 verses, 11,304 words – written for Roman Gentiles – short immediate action movie Matthew – 1,071 verses, 18,345 words – written for Jewish Christians – lots of detail and background Luke – 1,151 verses, 19,482 words written for Gentiles – from his trips with Paul originally tied to Acts John – 879 verses, 15,635 words written for…

Romans 5:1-11

Outline of Biblical Usage – Righteousness: the state of him who is as he ought to be, acceptable to God Outline of Bible Usage – Justification: the act of God declaring men free from guilt and acceptable to him Vines Expository Dictionary of NT Words – Justification: denotes “the act of pronouncing righteous, acquittal;” its precise meaning is determined by the verb dikaioo, “to justify” it is used to signify the determination of a person as just by acquittal from…