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Body life for the believer is simply bringing the mind to God. Think with Him and rejoice. The result is unity in the bond of peace. Let’s work at it. (Ephesians 4:1-3; Philippians 4:2-8) Speaker: Thomas Schaller, Richard Hylton Sermon 12717 Date: 2024-05-12 Time: Sun 6:30pmThomas Schaller による
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The Body — His Church— is a very real part of our Christian life. Personal issues, institutional structures, and difficult people may keep some away. What do they miss? The oil of joy and the water of refreshment comes to us through the church. (Psalm 133, 1 Corinthians 12:13) Speaker: Thomas Schaller Sermon 12716 Date: […]…
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Church life helps us to think. The flow of His Spirit is like oil that makes us shine and softens us. There’s also a fragrance about us. Also the waters of dew fall upon us to refresh. (Psalm 133; 1 Corinthians 12:13) Speaker: Thomas Schaller Sermon 12715 Date: 2024-05-12 Time: Sun 9:00amThomas Schaller による
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Open the Bible. Get the Word inside of you. Grow in Christ, trust His promises. Let the Truth keep you. Let His Word sweeten your meditation. Stop looking so much at people and look to the pages for real life that lasts. (Joshua 1:6, 7, 9) Speaker: John Love Sermon 12714 Date: 2024-05-08 Time: Wed […]…
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Grace is who God is. He wants to give us His mind in this. We can see in the Bible how He chooses weaker vessels to do His purpose. Jacob, Joseph, Ephraim, David, Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, and Mary all experienced amazing and great grace from the Lord. (Jeremiah 9:23-24; John 1:14; Philippians 2.5; Romans […]…
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How do you tend to respond to offenses? Hurts are real. Scars happen. Jesus did not come to give us moral tips for living. Sometimes it is right to be wronged. (Matthew 24:10-12; Proverbs 19:11; Ephesians 4:32; Romans 9:32-33) Speaker: Joe Duke Sermon 12712 Date: 2024-05-05 Time: Sun 11:00 amJoe Duke による
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Wisdom goes to the heart. It sets us free from worshipping ourselves. Paul wrote to the Colossians about our position in Christ and of living out that reality. This can free us from idolatry and anger. We can put off the fleshly patterns. (Colossians 3:5-11) Speaker: Justin Schaller Sermon 12710 Date: 2024-05-01 Time: Wed 7:00 […]…
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Evil and trouble are realities. These things God uses to fashion us to maturity. See the lives of Job and Paul. After all the suffering that Job endured, he celebrated his daughters. Brokenness came to him and softened his heart. This process also came to Paul who had 38 different sufferings. Grace is our sufficiency […]…
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Manasseh was king who lived and reigned in evil. But then he found himself afflicted as then he sought God. The Lord ministers by His Spirit to love us and give us growth in His knowledge. By the Cross, we can get gain maturity and triumph over loneliness and worry. (2 Chronicles 33; 2 Corinthians […]…
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The Song of Songs is love. The context of your life is health. We grow from faith to faith. The sense of mission grows in our hearts. Start loving people and pray that God will send laborers. Love awakens our hearts and so we move and seek and search. (Matthew 9:36-37; Song of Solomon 1:4; […]Thomas Schaller による
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By the Spirit, our temporal lives is brought into an eternal work. Something given before the world began. God’s Word has a personal effect. We share those words and lives are changed. (1 Timothy 3:9) Speaker: Steven Scibelli, Thomas Schaller, Andrew Garner Sermon 12705 Date: 2024-04-21 Time: Sun 6:30 pm P. Schaller – Let’s turn […]…
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Much of life is lived by form. Rules and regulations are all about us. The other way is liberty. We take the narrow way through Christ to the largeness of life by grace. We come out of night into the day. He shall sanctify us wholly — spirit, soul, body. (Hosea 4:16; Matthew 12:1-4; 1 […]Thomas Schaller による
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Soul of man can do much, but without Christ a man cannot minister. In Esther, King Ahasuerus had trouble leading and got bad counsel. He was soulish and asleep and agreed to a great evil. Esther came as beautiful queen and opened king to God’s mind under the guidance of Mordecai, her uncle. Spirit shows […]…
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Zaccheus was of small stature, like a child. And Jesus stopped for him. Our smallest ones need the sacredness of church life to help them. There’s work and leading to do to establish people in lives of faith. (Luke 19:1) Speaker: Thomas Schaller Sermon 12701 Date: 2024-04-14 Time: Sun 6:30 pm P. Roger Robbins – […]…
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Religion saves none. We all need the Savior. Jesus makes this clear. He declares that He came from the Father above. By His Word, the Son makes us free. We are in Him and shall not die in our sins as the lost do. (John 7:52; John 8:23-59) Speaker: Thomas Schaller Sermon 12700 Date: 2024-04-14 […]Thomas Schaller による
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In Christ, our capacity has been expanded for God and His Word. Truth makes us free. Sin is bondage. Lost people die in their sins, even the religious ones. The Word must have a place in us. It helps our unbelief. We are prone to condemnation. Hear the Son. He is the I Am. (John […]Thomas Schaller による
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Description: Offense can drive us away. The Spirit as the Parakletos gives us power to stand in face of these things. He puts strength in us. The Lord guides us in understanding together. David got power to run at Goliath. The Lord was with him in his heart to stand. Enemies of world fall down […]Thomas Schaller による
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Joseph was planted in Egypt. He became a fruitful bough. His life reached to others and was a treasure. He glorified the Name of God. We are people who can stand the heat of drought. (Psalm 92:12-15; Genesis 49:22) Speaker: Mat Gehret, Thomas Schaller Sermon 12697 Date: 2024-04-07 Time: Sun 6:30 pm P. Schaller – […]…
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You cannot plant yourself. God — Father, Son and the Spirit — puts you in a certain place. He supplies the water of life. Many lives are randomly lived. We are cared for by Him as planted ones. He drives out the wrong things. He gives peace, love, forgiveness, and faith. (Jeremiah 17:8-9; John 16:13-15; […]…
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You cannot plant yourself. God — Father, Son and the Spirit — puts you in a certain place. He supplies the water of life. Many lives are randomly lived. We are cared for by Him as planted ones. He drives out the wrong things. He gives peace, love, forgiveness, and faith. (Jeremiah 17:8-9; John 16:13-15; […]…
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Jesus went into Gethsemane and fell into prayer. He confronted the atmosphere. We can be drawn to real supplication. He can take us into the midst of warfare. We think on things pure and just and lovely and be bold in Him. (Philippians 4:4-8; Matthew 26:39-40) Speaker: Chris Arman, Thomas Schaller Sermon 12694 Date: 2024-04-03 […]…
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Paul saw what he had lost as he sat in prison. He considered Resurrection power and the suffering of the Cross. The fellowship of His death. We have been given the Spirit. All things we count as dung. (Matthew 27:39-42; Luke 24:13-29) Speaker: Jesse Feyers, Avery Powers Sermon 12693 Date: 2024-03-31 Time: Sun 6:30pm […]…
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Picture the importance of a ship with its anchor. Our life needs a fixed point of connection. Christ brought us to the Presence of the Lord. Our sins went upon Him. Take hold of this objective Truth. Learn the Word. Learn to pray. Grow in maturity through church life. Matthew 27:50-56; Hebrews 6:19; Hebrews 10:19-20 […]…
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Judas seemed like a guy who had it together. He had skills and connections. Peter blundered again and again. Women were much perplexed, but the tomb was open. Jesus drew near to two discouraged followers. He met them and revealed Himself. (Luke 22:3; Luke 24: Matthew 27:3) Speaker: Thomas Schaller, John Love Sermon 12690 Date: […]…
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Cross of Christ is center of all things. Do not be misled from this reality. Continue in the Spirit and by the hearing of faith. Think with God or you get carried along like the mob that demanded Barabbas in place of Christ. Don’t shrink in unbelief. (Galatians 3:1-3) Speaker: Thomas Schaller Sermon 12689 Date: […]…
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Understand the bigger context of life as seen in Palm Sunday moments. Learn Word and connect with the invisible world. Promise came that One born of a woman would crush evil. Crowd worshipped Him. Seed of devil sought to destroy Him. Donkey carried Jesus without objection. Creation awaits the true King. We look for this […]…
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Life is about proportions in understanding what is important and what is unimportant. We must learn to think with the Word. Invest in your soul. See the Kingdom that has no end. Imagine the invisible as it is revealed. Some people knew Jesus at His coming. He fulfilled all promises and kept covenants for His […]…
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When we meet God, it will be real — no phoniness. The Lord gets below our layers. Hear Him in local assembly. Esther was prepared with perfumes to meet the king. God makes us ready to hear Him. The donkey spoke to correct Balaam. Long before that moment something was at work in the man. […]Thomas Schaller による
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“Feel” is a four-letter word that we should be very careful with. We have the blessing of turning to God. We can step away from the feelings. Jonah was disobedient and he was not forsaken. He turned to the Temple and to worship even in the bottom of the seas. (Romans 8:31-34) Speaker: Thomas Schaller, […]…
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Our tendency as people is to idolize. We can value what’s created more than our Creator. What will you do when your water supply is bad? The answer is the Tree, the Cross, and His love in our hearts. He has overcome the world. Be spiritually minded to gain life and peace. (John 16:33; Exodus […]Thomas Schaller による
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Vision and submission are what makes our lives effective for Christ. Sense of faith can move us. As believers, we care for each other and our hearts cleave together to live under the authority of God. We can live as a team in purpose. (Acts 11:23: Ephesians 5:21; Psalm 133:3; Matthew 18:20) Speaker: Thomas Schaller […]…
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God is transcendent. We are transitory. We are being brought to an end. Christ as the polished arrow was shot into this world. His power was revealed in putting Himself in the place to take the wrath. (Psalm 90:1-16; Isaiah 49:22; Psalm 110:3) Speaker: Zane Turk Sermon# 12681 Date: 2024-03-10 Time: Sun 6:30pm Zane […]…
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Speaker: John Love Date: 2024-03-10 Sermon# 12680 Time: Sun 11:00 am P. Love – Praise God! Great song, wasn’t that? Amen. (Prayer). Pastor, if you just give me the other set of glasses so I can see. Thank you. Open your Bible if you would this morning to Luke 15. I think for all of […]John Love による
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