Sermons on Matthew
Words that Work
Sermon Text: Matthew 4:1-11 Long ago, when two armies gathered to fight, sometimes in place of the battle, each army would pick an elite warrior (champion) who would represent their people and fight to the death. This weekend we watch a battle of champions that began in the Garden of Eden, continued in the Garden of Gethsemane and ended a few days later. Who will walk away the champion?
How to Destroy your Enemies
Sermon Text: Matthew 5:43-48 In this week’s section of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, he’s teaching us to do something that sounds absurd – “Love your enemies.” Here’s a suggestion. Start small, pick an enemy … maybe someone whose values are different than yours … maybe someone whose done you wrong. Now think about ways to destroy them … with kindness and consideration. Join us as we explain how “Destroying Your Enemies” is a good and God-pleasing thing to do.
How much salt do you need?
Sermon Theme: Matthew 5:13 Studies by medical researchers have shown that large amounts of salt in your diet can contribute to heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and other health problems. This has made many either reduce, or even eliminate salt from their diets. If that is true, then what exactly was Jesus getting at when he says to his disciples when he says to us: “You are the salt of the earth”? Watch us Live: https://youtube.com/live/r1n5QjhlB88?feature=share
Sermon on the Mount
Sermon Theme: Matthew 5:1-12 Jesus is going to teach us what it means to be one of his followers through the most famous sermon of all time. It wasn’t delivered while standing in a pulpit but rather while sitting on a hill. This Sunday we will find out why his followers will want to hang on every word as he talks about living a Christian life. An added treat this Sunday, The Wisco Brass will be at worship to enhance…
Come, Lord Jesus…as Savior. (Sunday School Christmas Program)
Sermon Theme: Matthew 1:18-25 What goes into naming a child? Sometimes, parents connect it to a family member? Sometimes, it’s a Biblical name. And sometimes, it’s just a name they can both agree on. Neither Joseph nor Mary had to pick a name for their child. God had already given them the name for their baby boy through an angel’s visit to each of them. Join us this Sunday at St. Paul’s. The children of our Sunday School have a…
Sermon Text: Matthew 4:18-22 When you were looking for a job, where did you look? In the want ads of the newspaper? (How old are you?) On your laptop or phone? (Take your pick: Indeed or ZipRecruiter?) How about the Bible? That’s right, God offers a job that requires no resume or interview. In this Sunday’s Bible Story Jesus is looking for followers who are willing to do some fishing. Join us as Jesus posts a job (fishing) and even…
Are you wise?
You can also watch on our Vimeo page. Sermon Text: Matthew 2:1-12 Wisemen! The Bible tells us that a group of “Wisemen” or Magi visited Jesus as a child in Bethlehem. These Magi set out for a land … they didn’t know. Following a star … they didn’t know. Looking for a King … they didn’t know. They don’t sound very wise, do they? But the Bible describes them as “Wisemen.” Join this Sunday as we celebrate the Wisemen’s visit…
You can also watch on our Facebook page. We have such a wonderful, amazing and incredible God. He’s so forgiving and patient, so thoughtful and caring. When God gives, and he always does, he gives his best. He never skimps and scrapes. So, if he invited you to believe in him and ultimately go to heaven and live with him, would you RSVP his invitation? Is there even a doubt? Sad to say, many reject his gracious and heartfelt invitation.…