Ask boldly; surrender completely.
This week, Pastor Matt breaks some MAJOR news for our church family!
This week, as a rarely enjoyed treasure, we get to hear from Pastor Paul on how one of the most difficult commands in all the Bible (Judge not, that you be not judged. Matthew 7:1) is actually far BETTER THAN WE THINK.
What did Jesus accomplish on the cross?
15 Things Jesus Accomplished on the Cross
- He absorbed the wrath of God
- He canceled the demands of the law against his people
- He gave his life as a ransom
- He completed the obedience that is credited to us
- He made us holy
- He provided for our healing
- He gave us access to the father
- He closed the Old Testament priesthood
- He freed us from our slavery to sin
- He gave us real reason to boast
- He provided an example of selfless love
- He freed us from the fear of death
- He made a way for us to be with him immediately when we die
- He restored all the nations of the world to God
- He secured our resurrection from the dead
We are the light of the world for the glory of God
In the second sermon of our REACH series, Pastor Matt unpacks the BIG IDEA: We are the light of the world for the glory of God.
(1) The light (2) The world (3) The glory of God.
Jesus’ name is Immanuel
In our second Advent service of the season, we look at the well known Christmas carol “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” and our passage is Matthew 1:17-23 as Pastor Matt unpacks the BIG IDEA: Jesus’ name is Immanuel
(1) God keeps his promises to us (verse 17-20)
(2) God saves us from our sins (Verses 18-21)
(3) God is with us (Verse 22-23).
Make an eternal impact with the master’s resources
In week #2 of our REACH sermon series, Pastor Matt invites us to unpack the exciting challenge to Make an eternal impact with the master’s resources because
1. It’s all His
2. We are His stewards
3. The stakes are high
Let Your Life Glorify God
Near the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount, as recorded in Matthew 5, Jesus describes the life of the Christian, the one who lives according for the kingdom of Heaven as salt and light. But, followers of Christ are not to live their lives for their own glory, but in order that others might glorify God as a result of their lives.