Resurrection Overcomes the Tragic

The essence of our life in the world is mostly tragic. The Empty Tomb answers this reality. Paul wrote to some Corinthian believers who disbelieved the Resurrection. We must hold fast to the truth of the Risen Lord. Otherwise, we see things in an empty and miserable way. 1 Corinthians 15:12-19; 15:43 Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller […]

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Paul wrote to some Corinthian believers who disbelieved the Resurrection. We must hold fast to the truth of the Risen Lord. Otherwise, we see things in an empty and miserable way. (1 Corinthians 15:12-19; Job 19:23-28) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12285 9:00 AM on 4/13/2022

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Lies, Shame, the Cross and the Tomb

The lies about the Resurrection goes on. It was paid for and perpetuated to this day. Jesus came and endured shame and bullying really. He went to the Cross to rescue us from shame. His empty tomb speaks of the life He lived. The devil stirs the lies because he knows the victory God accomplished. […]

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Jesus came and took the lowest place. He was bullied and endured the shame of the Cross. His resurrection speaks of His perfect offering for our sin and now we can glory in Him. (Galatians 6:14; Matthew 27:28-30) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller, Pastor John Love Sermon 12069 9:00 AM on 4/4/2021

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Our Crutches, His Tables

David defeated Goliath, but afterward his life was a string of encounters that took away all natural supports. God took his crutches and helped learn to rest on God alone and His tables of provision. (1 Samuel 18-20; Psalm 73:18-19) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller, Pastor Steven Scibelli Sermon 12066 11:00 AM on 3/28/2021

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A Baby Born to Die So We Could Fly

The eternal reality is that Jesus came to give His life for us so that could enjoy a resurrection like His. One day He shall call us up and away to be with Him forevermore. And He shall reign on earth forever as King and Lord of all. We were sown in natural way, but […]

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Faces Need the Face of God

The servant of Elisha ran with a staff to lay upon a dead boy. It had no power. There was still no life in the lad. Only when Elisha himself came and got face to face, eye to eye, mouth to mouth with the boy did life come into him. Christ sends us to His […]

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The Word sown in our hearts will bring fruit. We can misunderstand. Word needs to find its place in us, in our hearts, in our minds. We gain a way to face the storms of life. Healing come to our subconscious minds. Thomas did not believe the words he heard, but Christ met him and […]

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Born Again Out of the Tomb of Sin

Easter on our parking lot. Our sins were packed upon the Body of Christ. He died and our sins went on Him. He was put in a tomb, one that was known, a wealthy man’s place. Joseph of Arimithea, a quiet believer. But when He came out of the gave, we were put into Him. […]

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I Answer for Myself

People saw Mary and Paul as wrong. She broke an alabaster box and poured ointment on Jesus. There was scoffing, but she was right. She is spoken of to this day. Her offering of love answers for her. Paul was said to be weird and out of his mind. But he could not help but […]

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