Matthew 7:24-29 Jesus has taught us many lessons from the Sermon on the Mount. The test of his message is whether we live what he says or not. This is also the test of our love.
Matthew 7:15-23 Jesus says that people will know who we are by our fruit. In fact, Jesus will know who we are based on our fruit.
Matthew 7:13-14 God loves us so much that he made a way for us to spend eternity with him.
Matthew 7:12 It is called the “Golden Rule.” Don’t just avoid doing something that you don’t
Matthew 7:7-11 What is God the Father waiting to give you if you will just ask? God has so much more that he wants to share with us.
Luke 11:1 The Bible teaches us that prayer is a relationship with God, and not an enchanted tool. In this message we will note the four foundational truths of prayer
Where Is Your Treasure? Perhaps the question should be “What is your treasure?
We worry about things than we care to admit. As we put God first and trust him with our lives, we learn to stop worrying.
Matthew 6:5-18 Jesus expected us to pray and that our prayers will move us to action. Our prayers should move us to be gracious and forgiving because we appreciate what Jesus has done for us.
Matthew 5:27-30 Jesus is hard on sin. He says that we are committing adultery with our eyes. We must face the seriousness of pornography and its effect on marriage.
Matthew 6:1-4 What motivates you to give your offerings or to give when you hear of a need? God knows what is in your heart and why you give.
Matthew 5:17-20 Jesus came to fulfill what we could not do ourselves. He fulfills the Law with his righteousness and offers us a righteousness that exceeds those who look righteous.
Matthew 5:13-16 The world needs the light of Jesus and the flavor of the Lord. Let it shine!