Sermon Notes


09
Jan 2022

Jesus needed men he could trust, who believed not only in him, but believed in His mission. The men were diverse, sometimes a rowdy. Some with strong personalities others passive, all committed to Jesus’ mission with one exception. He would select one who will betray Him. Jesus’ mission would change human history, but more importantly bring salvation to mankind. We begin with the first Apostle: Andrew, who would never be in the limelight, but would always be bringing someone to Jesus. First Andrew would bring his older fisherman brother, then a boy with a lunch basket. Finally, a group of strangers Greeks....

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09
Jan 2022

Christmas a wonderful time, but it only brings us to having to make a decision “What child is this?”  This child was an intervention of God, Jesus was born to be our Savior. Jesus’ mission would not be simple nor easy. Eternal life and the defeat of death is the result this child’s life. Christmas is hope and resurrection. ...

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09
Jan 2022

A common phrase in the Christmas account is do not be afraid.  Mary: do not fear this baby is an act of God. Joseph: Do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife. God is at work. Shepherds: Do not be afraid listen to the Good News, Go and see and share with all who will listen. Christmas is about reduction of fear. God giving us strength to live by faith in all the circumstances we encounter. Christmas is God’s promises fulfilled. Christmas is about joy that is ours even as circumstances rob us of our happiness. Christmas is about peace of soul that reduces our fear of what life brings....

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05
Dec 2021

This second Sunday of Advent we focus on the word of God through the prophet Isaiah. We are to rise and shine. It’s an opportunity for believers to impact lives by seeing the darkness of evil. Shine by reflecting the love of God and where we can swell with joy with all that faith in God brings. ...

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28
Nov 2021

Most of us here, those on Facebook and listening later on the radio know America has radically changed in the last 50 years. Sadly, America is no longer a “Christian nation” we are not guided by the principles of the Bible which Jesus demonstrated in His earthly ministry. Kingdom of Judah and Jerusalem in Malachi time was at best a shell of the Nation God called them to be. Malachi 2:17 – 3:6 speaks to them and us on this first Sunday of Advent 2021. A day of judgement is coming then and now! People ask questions and God answers. How have we wearied God? How can anyone endure the Lord’s coming? How can a person or nation return to God?...

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