Leprosy from world infects, Voice of God heals and resurrects. Abraham heard and obeyed. He listened and understood who spoke to Him. Service under the Lamb. His Blood makes us clean. (2 Kings 4; Genesis 22:1-2; Romans 12:1) Speaker(s): Michel Texier, Bensku Hollopainan, Ryan Raina Sermon 12527 7:00 PM on 6/14/2023 P. Schaller – Revelation […]

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The Perfect Finished Sabbath

Sabbath is the thought of God. His rest, His peace — He has prepared for us. His very good creation got corrupted. Christ came and by His Blood finished the redemptive work. The ultimate day of perfection is coming. We can enter in His rest. Hebrews 4:4-10; Isaiah 55:8; Revelation 12:10-11; Luke 6:5; Genesis 1:31, […]

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The King is Born: the Lowly Lamb of Truth

Christ came in weakness and lowliness as Lamb to show righteousness. He was just not manipulative as Absalom. One day He shall come as the Lion with shouts and rejoicing. (Zechariah 9:9-10; 2 Samuel 15:1-6; 1 Timothy 4:1) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12421 9:00 AM on 12/11/2022

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God Will See to It

The providence of God shall make us full of His goodness. Our old nature can no longer dominate us. He gave us the Lamb as it was given to Abraham and Isaac. (1 Timothy 6:17; Genesis 22:1-14; Hebrews 11:17-22; Romans 7:21-8:2) Speaker(s): Justin Schaller, Thomas Schaller Sermon 12419 6:30 PM on 12/04/2022 P. Steve Andrulonis […]

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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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World sets shining things before us and commands that we bow just as it was in Babylon. We know the Lamb. We worship Him who is ours, the Savior. Like the three Hebrew boys, we may face the pressure and take courage with conviction. (Daniel 3:4-6) Speaker(s): Bailey Norman, Thomas Schaller Sermon 12327 6:30 PM […]

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Cross, Throne and Horse

Through the Gospels and the Psalms, we read of Jesus and how He relates to us. He was the Lamb on the Cross, dying for our sins. He now sits enthroned in Heaven, interceding for us. He’s coming again on a white horse to bring His total reign as King on a renewed earth in […]

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Jesus entered Jerusalem and into the setup of the devil. Deception, ridicule, despising are there, but Christ endured seeing the joy to come, a joy set before Him, a joy of saving us from our sin. Love of God requires the Cross. Anticipation that we will receive something from God. (Psalm 95:2; John 14:13-14; Hebrews […]

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