God honors His righteousness, even the righteousness He has given to people as He gave it to Moses. The Lord has rigidity and merciful flexibility. He hears prayers and relents. He builds relationships and extends new mercies. (Numbers 23:19-20; Exodus 32:9-14; Amos 7:1-7; Isaiah 38:1-3; Mark 7:26-28) Speaker: Thomas Schaller Sermon: 12589 11:00 AM on […]

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Armor for the Night

Darkness has its power. Even Jesus had to stop talking and face the night. Christ died, but then He rose. The hour of evil is limited. It shall end. He gives us His armor and so we stand with His strength. (Luke 4:18-30; 22:52-53; John 14:30; Ephesians 6:10-18) Speaker: Thomas Schaller, Eugene Davis Sermon 12549 […]

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People sought unity in their own name. God used this to bring languages and scatter men and then came the call of Abraham. Still, vanity rules and kings seek to break cords of God and the Messiah. Heaven’s plan proceeds, however, according to His decree and the victory of the Son begotten from death, seated […]

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Holiness is ours by the Cross. Jesus sold all He had to give us true riches. The young ruler had everything and lived along the lines of the Law. He was still needy. (Mark 10:17-22; Isaiah 66:13) Speaker(s): Steve Andrulonis, Cedric Tanksley Sermon 12508 9:00 AM on 5/14/2023

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Have Faith, Amaze God

The faith of the centurion astonished Jesus. His helpless servant was in great pain and near death. This Roman leader interceded for this boy. He understood authority and recognized it in Jesus. He just wanted the Word from Christ and expected it to do the healing. God wakes our dead hearts with His Word. (Luke […]

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Everything Paid For

The wrestling of Jacob and Esau in metaphor of the struggle between the spiritual and material natures in conflict. Esau said that he had enough, but saw no need for God. All people need the Lord and His mercy. Jesus paid the price to make us right. The giving of the Son was enough for […]

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New life is awakened in our inner man. Our authority comes with His Light in us. How God sees us is way more important than how we see ourselves. Gideon told his crowd that God have delivered the enemy to their hands. (Judges 7:9-17; Matthew 5:15; Deuteronomy 20;1; 2 Corinthians 4:7, 16) Speaker(s): Zane Turk, […]

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A Great Harvest, an Aroma of Life

The harvest is great, plentious, and ready. Be baptized in God’s love for the Lost. We have the authority of the call of God. The Spirit puts the fragrance of salvation upon us. (Matthew 9:36-38; John 12:1-8) Speaker(s): Steven Scibelli, Matti Sirvio Sermon 12466 6:30 PM on 2/26/2023

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In Christ, in the Spirit

This time of year has become a focus on death and bones and spirits of the world and flesh. God’s will is for us to live by faith with the mind of the Holy Spirit. This brings peace in Christ. Nothing separates us from Him. (Romans 8:1-39; Matthew 22:21) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller, Eugene Davis Sermon […]

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Conscience Deeper Than the News

Righteousness is what we are most looking for. There’s much immoral propagation that seeks power. A moral man like Joseph ran from the woman who lusted after him. We must obey God rather than men. Paul lived in his citizenship and submitted to the rule of law to a point. He stood for God and […]

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