Today I would like to talk to you about a King— not just any King, but the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is the Leper King. Jesus did not have leprosy, but He was the One who reigned victorious over it as He had the power to cure it. We hope you enjoy this week's sermon.
Last week we discussed judging others, but this week we will discuss forgiving others. We are studying these two concepts “back-to-back” because they work “hand-in-hand”. According to Jesus, the two ideas are closely linked together. We hope you enjoy!
Jesus’ words in Matthew 7 are very familiar to us as students of God’s Word. It is perhaps one of the most misused and misunderstood Scriptures of the Bible. If it hasn’t happened already, I can assure you that we will encounter people in our lives that will use this verse to justify their sinful behaviors. “Judge not, that you be not judged” is a favorite verse of spiritually sick Christians and antagonistic atheists. When a sin is pointed out in their life they come to this passage and say, “Aren’t you a Christian? Jesus said not to judge! Leave me alone and your own business!” When they utter these words they feel as if they have turned the tables on us by using the “UNO-Reverse Card” so-to-speak. So what exactly does this passage mean? Is it true that Jesus forbids us from judging others? The remainder of our study will seek to answer that very question.
In today's lesson, find out how a Spanish Conquistador can help you break the Cycle of Sin and get to heaven! We hope you enjoy this week's lesson.
The Apostle Peter commands all Christians to be holy. There is a singular standard for every Christian to live up to. It does not matter whether you’re a man or a woman, father or mother, son or daughter, Elder, Deacon, or Preacher— the command is for all of us to be holy. Peter not only teaches us how to be holy, but when to be holy. Find out more in this sermon.
There is a venomous snake that is in our homes and goes largely undetected. He hides in the dark and grows bigger and bigger when he is fed. The name of this snake is Satan; his poison: sin (Revelation 12:9). Sin and Satan have ruined countless lives, marriages, families, and friendships. Oftentimes the sting of the serpent’s bite could have been avoided and overcome, if the problem had been addressed instead of being ignored. If we allow Satan to roam free in our homes, he will go on to roam free in the House of God, the Church (1 Timothy 3:15).
We hope you enjoy this week's sermon!
There is a common saying in today’s world: “Nothing in life is free”. It means that even if something is advertised or offered at no cost, there are always strings attached. Payment will eventually come in one form or another. Many people jump at the opportunity to get something for nothing, but there is usually a catch. There is a cost whether we immediately recognize it or not. The greatest thing in all of the world is indeed free, it is a gift from God-- but it comes at a cost. We hope yu enjoy this study!
Today marks the beginning of the New Year. This is a time many people choose to reflect on the past and make plans for the future. In this New Year our goal as Christians is to love more, serve more, and learn more. We have grown this past year but we can never be satisfied spiritually. We must continue to hunger and thirst for righteousness.
Hoy marca el comienzo del Año Nuevo. Este es un momento en el que muchas personas eligen reflexionar sobre el pasado y hacer planes para el futuro. En este Año Nuevo, nuestro objetivo como cristianos es amar más, servir más y aprender más. Hemos crecido el año pasado, pero nunca podemos estar satisfechos espiritualmente. Debemos seguir teniendo hambre y sed de justicia.
Today I want to talk to you about a man who was not satisfied with his spiritual life. There was a hole in his heart, so he went to the Great Physician Himself, Jesus Christ. The title for our lesson is: “The Man Jesus Couldn’t Save”.
Hoy quiero hablar contigo sobre un hombre que no estaba satisfecho con su vida espiritual. Había un agujero en su corazón, así que fue al propio Gran Médico, Jesucristo. El título de nuestra lección es: "El hombre que Jesús no pudo salvar".
The Cross of Christ is the centerpiece of the Christian faith. Many people know of this event, but very few people are changed by it. Will the Cross transform you?We hope you enjoy this week's sermon!
Doubt is something that each Christian faces from time to time. In this week's episode Brother Jonathan teaches us how to overcome it! We pray that this material will help you in your spiritual walk with God.
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305 Foresthill Ave
Auburn, California 95603