She Really Touched Jesus

Woman with the issue of blood crawled through the crowd. She touched the hem of Jesus’ garment. She stopped God. It was a healing and deliverance. For the rest of her days, she celebrated. Those 12 years of affliction did so much for her and for those who read about her. (Luke 8:42-46) Speaker(s): Peter […]

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Qualities of the Spiritual Life

Natural man misunderstands the thought of God. A spiritual life possesses the joy of the Lord. This life is capable in discernment. Agape love comes by filling of Spirit. This love never fails and learns total forgiveness. There’s friendship that endures and flourishes. 1 Corinthians 2:14-15; 1 Samuel 20:17 Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12347 6:30 […]

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Was it good for Peter to be corrected as Jesus’ eyes fell upon him? Yes, for we cannot live the Christian life in our nature. Good sorrow works righteousness. God tells us who we are. Don’t live in the residue of pain. Move on in the joy of the Lord. Nehemiah 8:1-10; 2 Corinthians 3:18; […]

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There’s good sorrow that corrects us. The eyes of Jesus looked upon Peter and he wept. Best thing is to come before God. Few really understand thankfulness. Be sure to turn from worldly sorrow. (2 Corinthians 7:9-10; Nehemiah 8:1–10; Luke 17:17; Luke 22:60-64) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller, Peter Westera Sermon 12345 9:00 AM on 7/31/2022

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Grateful for What’s Great

The Church is our mother showing us that the way of believers is to reveal Christ, the greatest Person. He has given us the greatest purpose to live by the greatest Word to work great things in a great life with great people. 1 Corinthians 13:13 Speaker(s): Steven Scibelli, Eugene Davis Sermon 12298 11:00 AM […]

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The angel came. Just Gabriel and Mary speaking of the Holy Thing to be born to her. The King who would reign forever. Elizabeth called the mother of her Lord. (Luke 1:26-43) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12214 11:00 AM on 12/12/2021 P. Schaller – I love singing those hymns. Aren’t they precious? And all the […]

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The storm rocked the ship that Paul was aboard. It was a mistake that the vessel set sail. But God heard the man of God. He holds our boats together. Martha was distracted, but she could find a place at Jesus as any of us may. (Acts 27:14-26; Luke 10:40-42) Speaker(s): Steve DeVries, Thomas Chung, […]

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Put None Above Jesus

On the Mount of Transfiguration, three Apostles saw Moses and Elijah with Jesus. It was amazing to see those ones, but the bright cloud came and only Jesus was left. It is He who must have the preeminence. He is the one with the words of eternal life. With Him as our head, we can […]

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