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Posts Tagged ‘Matthew’

Today Pastor Brink continues our series on The Lord’s Prayer.  Probably not many of us enjoy saying “I’m sorry,” or admitting when we’re wrong, or asking forgiveness. We may also resist forgiving others who have hurt us deeply (or even a little). Yet Jesus tells us that every one of these disciplines is a vital, indispensable part of the Christian life. Without repentance there is no salvation! And among the forgiven, grace must flow. The forgiven must become forgivers. You may want to listen to this message twice, or maybe share it with someone.

Bible Verse: Matthew 6:12-15

Today we will continue our study of The Lord’s Prayer, as Pastor Bonny will help us focus on the request, “Give us today our daily bread.” In a land of abundance, how often do we even consider that all we have – food, clothes, homes – are provided by our Heavenly Father. Jesus teaches us to pray for the basics that we need (vs. what we think we need), as a daily reminder of God’s great faithfulness.

Bible Verse: Matthew 6:11 and Luke 12:22-31

Our pastors have been preaching on “The Lord’s Prayer” this Fall. The series title comes from the lips of Jesus’ disciples: Lord, teach us to pray! (Luke 11:1). Surely there is no better teacher on prayer than Jesus, and it is our privilege to sit at his feet. Our goal is not just to learn some facts, but rather that our prayer life might become more faithful and fruitful.

Bible Verse: Matthew 6:10b

Sometimes we become comfortable with our routines perhaps too comfortable! One day is much like the next, and life seems predictable. But the truth is: one day things will be very different, because one day King Jesus will return! He will “destroy the devil’s work” (I John 3:8), and there will be “a new heaven and a new earth in which righteousness dwells” (II Peter 3:13). Knowing this should change how we think, what we value, and how we live. Jesus teaches us to pray for that day and to prepare for that day! Today, as we continue our study of The Lord’s Prayer, Pastor Brink will talk about Praying for the Victory of God. It’s revolutionary!

Bible Reading: Matthew 6:10a and Revelation 21:1-5a

Today Pastor Bonny leads us in our continuing studies on “The Lord’s Prayer,” taking a closer look at the phrase “Hallowed Be Your Name.” With these words we are reminded that God is not only our “Abba” (Daddy), he is also the Most High God who is holy and worthy of our deepest respect. Amazingly, we are called to participate in the hallowing of God’s name by the way we live and speak and represent him to others. We are called to make God famous in the world!

Bible Verse: Matthew 6:9c & Philippians 2:9-11

Last week we started a series on “The Lord’s Prayer.” We’re calling it, Lord, Teach Us to Pray! The prayer begins by teaching us who and where God is, and what our relationship with him and each other can be. But our goal is not just to learn a few things; our goal is to grow in our prayer life and in our daily walk with God. Today’s message also calls us to deepen our love for each other.

Bible Verse:  Matthew 6:5-13

Today we begin a new series on “The Lord’s Prayer.” We’re calling it, Lord, Teach Us to Pray! – because that’s exactly what Jesus’ disciples said in Luke 11:1. May we also have that desire to sit at the feet of Jesus and learn how to have a more intimate relationship with God. May prayer become, more & more, for each of us, not just our duty but our chief delight.

Bible Verse:  Matthew 6:5-13

This morning we continue our summer sermon series, “Kingdom Come!” as Pastor Bonny brings a message on the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard. In this story, Jesus teaches that the Kingdom of God is full of surprises and reversals. We see God the King as a landowner who keeps searching for workers for the harvest, and he offers the same reward for latecomers as for early recruits. Is the King always fair, in our eyes? What does it mean that the last shall be first? What we will discover is that, ultimately, this King operates out of extravagant generosity and grace.

Bible Verse:  Matthew 20:1-16

This morning we return to our summer sermon series, Kingdom Come! as Pastor Bonny brings a message on the parable of the Sheep and Goats. Jesus said that the Good Shepherd knows His sheep, and they know Him. Today’s question is “How does Jesus recognize us as His sheep?” Can we force our way in to the sheep pen, or do we come by invitation of the Shepherd? What sheep behavior results in eternal blessing in the Kingdom of God?

Bible Verse: Matthew 25:31-46

This morning Pastor Brink continues our summer series, “Kingdom Come!” Sometimes we work and worry as if everything depends on us. Isn’t that true? Like Martha in Luke 10, we’ are often “anxious and troubled about many things.” Today Jesus will teach us how to live well as citizens of the Kingdom of God and members of the Family of God. He calls us to trust more, worry less, and seek God’s Kingdom first. And when we actually do this, the benefits are astonishing!

Matthew 6:25-34

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