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Sermon Archive (Page 30)
1 Peter 5:1-3, Acts 20:17-18,28. God’s word clearly teaches what leadership in the church is to look like. In today’s message we look at an overview of the role of Elder/Shepherd in the local church. This is one who is overseers, mature in faith, and example and guide to the flock of God’s people. Feel free to like and share our content!
Acts 6:1-7, 1 Timothy 3:8-13. Leadership in the local church is so important that our Lord has clearly laid out His plan for us on the pages of the New Testament. One of the offices He has given us is that of the Deacon. A very important role, yet one that has often in history not followed the biblical pattern. Feel free to like and share our content!
Romans 8:32. Consider the gift that the Father has given in His Son Jesus delivered over for us. If … while we were God’s enemies God gave His Son, what would He be willing to give for us now that we are His children? Feel free to like and share our content!
To understand why what we celebrate at Easter is good, we need to go all the way back to the days of Moses in the land of Egypt. God directed the Israelites to take the blood of a lamb and mark their doorposts to be a sign to them and to Him, that the destroyer would not touch them. God was working both deliverance and judgement in the same works, but it worked differently for His people than it did…
Luke 6:12-16. After spending the night in prayer Jesus chooses the twelve from the larger group of disciples who followed Him. We see that the Lord does not call equipped men, rather He equips those who m He calls. He uses common men to accomplish extraordinary things. He uses the weak, simple, and low men who rest in Him that His name receive all glory in His workings. Feel free to like and share our content!
Luke 6:1-11. The rules and regulations of the Pharisees for proper observance of the Sabbath were burdensome to Jews, and only a self-righteous man could not see the impossibility of actually keeping each detail. Jesus uses the Sabbath to teach that God is concerned with the heart, not the externals of a man. Feel free to like and share our content!
Luke 5:33-39. Jesus continues revealing the difference between the religion of the righteous, or at least those who think themselves righteous, and the religion of the man who knows he is a sinner in need of God’s mercy. Feel free to like and share our content!
Luke 5:27-32. In this text we see the calling of Levi (Matthew) to follow Jesus. A call to a sinner to repentance. A call to faith in Christ. What hope is found in this passage, as we see a man most in the culture would have said was too much of a sinner to even be saved. Feel free to like and share our content!
Luke 5:12-26. Jesus heals the man full of leprosy and the paralytic man demonstrating his authority to forgive sins. Feel free to like and share our content!
Luke 5:1-11. A miraculous catch of fish opens the eyes of Peter, James, and John to the reality of who Jesus is. The result, a glimpse at their own sinfulness, a cry for mercy, and a call to follow. Those men left everything to follow Jesus. Have we? Feel free to like and share our content!