Apr 16, 2017
The Silent Sheep
The Point: Not only is Jesus The Good Shepherd (Psalm 23), He is also the sheep sacrificed for our poor decision making. But, unlike all the other sacrifices, this sheep didn't stay dead.
 
I. The Prophecy.
II. The Proclamation.
III. The Performance.
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  • Apr 16, 2017The Silent Sheep
    Apr 16, 2017
    The Silent Sheep
    The Point: Not only is Jesus The Good Shepherd (Psalm 23), He is also the sheep sacrificed for our poor decision making. But, unlike all the other sacrifices, this sheep didn't stay dead.
     
    I. The Prophecy.
    II. The Proclamation.
    III. The Performance.
  • Apr 9, 2017Remember
    Apr 9, 2017
    Remember
     
    I Corinthians 11:23-26
    Remember:
    I. That Jesus died.
    II. How Jesus died.
    III. Why Jesus died.
     
    Without the death of Jesus, there is:
    No victories,
    No blessings,
    No miracles,
    could have ever happened in your story.
     
  • Mar 19, 2017Hosea: A patient and forgiving husband
    Mar 19, 2017
    Hosea: A patient and forgiving husband
    Hosea 3:1-5
     
    The Point: Just as God directed Hosea to redeem his wife, Gomer. He directed His Son Jesus, to redeem His bride, Israel. Because of that redemption, the Church inherits the same grace.
    I. A restless Bride.
    II. A redeeming Husband.
  • Mar 12, 2017Jesus Christ, Kinsman-Redeemer
    Mar 12, 2017
    Jesus Christ, Kinsman-Redeemer
    Ruth 3
     
    The Point: The illustration of Boaz as kinsman-redeemer to Ruth and Naomi offer a beautiful picture of the mercy and grace offered to us through the provision of Jesus Christ, as He is OUR kinsman-redeemer.
     
    I. A Kinsman-Redeemer perceives.
    II. A Kinsman-Redeemer protects.
    III. A Kinsman-Redeemer provides.
     
  • Mar 5, 2017Waffle or Spaghetti
    Mar 5, 2017
    Waffle or Spaghetti
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    Philippians 1:27
    Whatever you do conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of Christ.
    Do not live a compartmentalized life, like a waffle.
    Christians should live lives like spaghetti, you can't tell where a noodle begins or ends. Christ should be like that in all areas of our lives.
     
     
  • Feb 26, 2017Shepherd
    Feb 26, 2017
    Shepherd
    Psalm 23
     
    The Point:
    When you're talking about the Shepherd, what other name comes to mind but the name of Jesus?
     
    I. It is a Psalm of provision, but it is also a Psalm of protection.
    II. This Psalm is cyclical - it talks about protection, provision, sin and death, and provision.
    III. The presence of Jesus allows us to get past the afflictions of  others.
  • Feb 19, 2017Jesus: He brings in the harvest
    Feb 19, 2017
    Jesus: He brings in the harvest
    Matthew 9:35-38
     
    The Point: There is no age exemption for being a laborer in the harvest. Jesus modeled harvesting, so we are privileged to be called to follow his lead.
     
    I. The call is clear.
    II. The call is contextual.
    III. The call is collective.
  • Feb 12, 2017Imitator: A Fitting End
    Feb 12, 2017
    Imitator: A Fitting End
    Galatians 5:16-25
     
    The Point: The Bible gives us a plethora of ways which we are to exhibit the traits and character of Jesus. Being expected to exhibit all those all those traits can seem overwhelming. However, we can eliminate the tediousness of that task by becoming IMITATORS of Christ.
     
    I. Our imitation should be God-honoring.
    II. Our imitation should be body-building.
    III. Our imitation should be Christ-compelling.
  • Feb 5, 2017Missions: It isn’t just a trip
    Feb 5, 2017
    Missions: It isn’t just a trip
    Matthew 10:40-42
     
    The Point: For the Christian, there are two calls to missions: an internal call to live a life on constantly and consistently on mission and an external call to go and make disciples of ALL nations.
    I. The internal call to missions.
    II. The external call to missions.
  • Jan 29, 2017A little encouragement goes a long way.
    Jan 29, 2017
    A little encouragement goes a long way.
    Colossians 4:7-18
     
    The Point: The Christian life can be a difficult road to walk. Having an encourager can be the push we need to achieve the heights God has planned for us. BEING an encourager allows our faith to expand to places we've never allowed it to go.
     
    I. Encouragement is a basic foundation of our faith.
    II. Encouragement begins in prayer.
    III. Encouragement overflows with grace.