Sermons on Matthew
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.…
Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. Some wedding traditions include tossing bouquets and garters. Some wedding traditions have bridesmaids patiently waiting to escort the bride and groom to the wedding celebration with their lamps. This weekend in worship our Bible story is the Parable of the 10 Virgins (Bridesmaids). What made the five wise ones wise? What made the five foolish ones foolish? How does this apply to…
Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. A cross is an instrument of execution. A grave is where death claims another victim. And yet, this weekend in worship, we are going to find out how these can actually be places of VICTORY. This weekend we are going to Visualize Jesus’ Victories in both of those places. Sermon Text: Matthew 27 & 28
Matthew 6:33 Parents: First Things First, so you remember to keep your kids in God’s Word. Graduates: First Things First, so you remember to keep yourself in God’s Word.
As Jesus rode into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, shouts of “Hosanna!” filled the air. Hoshianna … literally “save us now” is from the very same root as Yeshua. They shouted: “Hosanna!” Without even knowing it, the Palm Sunday people perfectly explained what Jesus came here to do: “Save us now!” as he rode into Jerusalem. Matthew 21:1-11