With the arrival of the Corona Virus the way we have church has had to be modified by necessity. That does not mean that we simply cancel services, instead, we find alternate ways to deliver the eternal message of Jesus Christ. Sermons will be available Wednesdays at 6:30 and Sundays at 11.
The conclusion of the Be-Attitudes series, using the images of salt and light to encourage people to put the Be-Attitudes to practice.
The human mind can take only so many pictures of tragedy before it needs an infusion of hope. That is what chapter 14 is, a picture of victory. In this chapter, John is given seven visions that show the triumph that lies ahead for those who follow the Lord.
Continuing the series on the Be-Attitudes, focusing on how Jesus promises to stand by us when we face hardship for being Christians. I also look at current day persecution and how we may face it when it comes.
The problem that the antichrist will face in the end time will be that of trying to get everyone motivated to be loyal to one world government.
Jesus Christ came to bring peace and to restore the relationship between man and God. When we seek to bring peace and restore relationships we are following his example. Peace doesn’t mean there is no conflict, it means the relationship is restored and whole again.
This chapter discusses the two terrible rulers that are to arise in the end time, the antichrist and his cohort, the world-wide religious leader who will help the antichrist gain and maintain control over the world. The Scripture refers to them as beasts.
Continuing the Be-Attitudes series, focusing on the avoidance of hypocrisy and the need to focus on Jesus as the ONLY way to God.
This passage deals with the spiritual struggle behind the great tribulation—the dragon’s (Satan’s) attacks against the woman (Israel).
How do we show mercy and to whom do we extend mercy? This morning we examine Jesus' command and the reward of being "merciful".
The subject of the whole chapter could be the great salvation of Israel and the coming kingdom of God. But first we have to look at verses 1& 2 which speaks of the great destruction of Israel.
Fifth in the Be-Attitudes series, focusing on our desire for righteuousness.
Fourth in a series, encouraging us to follow Christ’s example of majestic meekness.
Tonight, we are going to look at the three principle characters who have been and are still, involved in the spiritual warfare we experience daily. Discover the history of Satan, or Lucifer, and find what motivates him to cause the chaos in this world.
Third in the Be-Attitudes series, taking on "Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted"
John once again needs to be lifted up and encouraged. So God gives him a broad overview of what is yet to come.
Second in the series, focusing on admitting our complete need to give Jesus first place in our lives!
John is instructed to take a rod and measure the temple, its altar, and the people who worship there. Why are these being measured?
The start of a series on the Beatitudes, giving an overview of each. The focus is on how Jesus called us to live contrary to the destructive culture we find ourselves in.