Sermons from December 2019

Sermons from December 2019

Matthew

Matthew 6:16-34

Note: due to technical difficulties, there is not a podcast for this message. Matthew 6:16-34, December 29, 2019 Your Heart and Your Priorities Review – The Lord’s Prayer and Your Heart Can we forgive others? Can we see our sins against God no matter how small we think they are, they are greater than any sin against us. Not sure what this means – look to what Jesus told us in Mark 11:25 and the comments of Spurgeon and Scott…
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 5:27-48

Matthew 5:27-48, December 15, 2019 Adultery/Divorce, Oaths, Eye for Eye, Love Your Enemies Review – SALT You are indicates only the genuinely born-again person is salt. For a Christian, the salt of the earth, to lose his or her saltiness, the Gospel would have to be diluted in his or her life. How? Maybe they mix the Gospel with other ideas or faiths or maybe they are skeptics, does God’s given rules really apply in 2019? LIGHT You are the…
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…
Matthew

Matthew 5:1-12

Matthew 5:1-12, December 01, 2019 The Beatitudes Review – John the Baptist called for fruit as evidence of repentance (3:8) while preaching Repent for the kingdom of heaven has come near (3:2). During his revival he said after me comes another more powerful than I whose sandals I am not worthy to carry.  4:17 Repent for the kingdom of heaven has come near. The message of John the Baptist (3:2) is now being proclaimed by Jesus. However, there is a…