Be Forgiving by Being Filled

Forgiveness is an act of the will. God wills to remember our sin no more. Jesus healed one Peter struck with the sword. He forgave and took away the evidence of the act. Ephesians 5 speaks of a continual filling of the Spirit. Be filled and forgive. (Jeremiah 31:34; Luke 22:47-51; Ephesians 4:31) Speaker(s): Justin […]

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Gain Christ Through the Cross

Saved by grace, how do we now live for God? The Cross must have the preeminence. The status of believer is so great because of the Cross. Opinions, reasoning, and subjectivity can color our thoughts. We must bring our self to Him, to the Cross and be transformed inside. (Romans 5) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller, Brent […]

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How Powerful Christ Is

Christ the Son came into our world, in our likeness as a man to serve as a slave and to die the death of the Cross. He conquered death and hell. He came to overcome hatred so we may live in love for neighbors and enemies even. (1 Timothy 6;4-5; Philippians 2:6-9; Revelation 5:1-8) Speaker: […]

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God Gave Us the Cross

The Cross of Christ must be at the center. The glory of God is us being remembered to Him. Let us not live by our bellies in the way of the world. Get into the River that makes glad the City of God. (Galatians 2:14; Philippians 1:18-19; Exodus 15:23-26) Speaker: Thomas Schaller Sermon # 12641 […]

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Jesus refused to seek popularly. He went on offense vs. the world. He asks this of us. He calls to self denial and the Cross life. He calls us to be disciples who make disciples. (Luke 2:47-52; Luke 4:20-28; Luke 14:26-38; Matthew 16:16-25) Speaker: Peter Westera, Jesse Feyers. Thomas Schaller Sermon 12551 7:00 PM on […]

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Do we know what it took to redeem us? All Creation reveals Him as the Lily of the valley. It pleased God to bruise the Son. The real and true Kingdom shall come. Christ drank the cup of the Cross. He suffered torment and abandonment. The wrath came upon Him. Mark 10:32-41; Psalm 22:1-4; Colossians […]

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The wise men were drawn to a Baby to worship Him. Humble He came. He spoke as the One wiser than Solomon. He died for us on the Cross. He rose and went up and shall return with the clouds. (Matthew 2:1-2; 1 Kings 10:1-3; Revelation 1:7) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller, Bruce Wright Sermon 12427 6:30 […]

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The Cross, the Old Path, the Good Way

Walking with God means the way of the Cross. Jesus wants us to learn the Cross and bring all things there. Paul kept pressing on after Jesus. He always moved with God. Keep yourself in the way. (Jeremiah 6:16; 1 Corinthians 1:18-21; Philippians 3:10-13) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12400 6:30 PM on 11/2/2022   P. […]

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The Lamb is revealed progressively through the Word. Isaiah presents a lament that Israel shall sing upon realizing Christ as the Savior and King. Christ was seen as insignificant, dismissed, despised, crucified. His Word remains and triumphs. The suffering Servant wins our place in His Kingdom. Deuteronomy 29:29; Revelation 21:9; Isaiah 52:13-53:1-7 Speaker(s): Justin Schaller […]

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The Arm That Bore Grief and Sorrow

Isaiah presents a song of lament and sorrow. All communication was committed to Israel. Yet, Christ was seen as insignificant, dismissed, despised, crucified. And it was He who offered Himself as our Lamb. What’s done in evil, God shall use for good, even to His chosen nation. (Isaiah 52:13-53:6; Zechariah 12:1-10; Acts 3.23-25; Romans 11:25-29) […]

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