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Recent Sermons
Salt And Light Living
From Matthew 5:13-16, Jesus uses two metaphors to describe the influence and impact that we are to have on the world.
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4/15/2018
Blessed Are The Persecuted
From Matthew 5:10-12, Jesus offers a double blessing for those who are persecuted for righteousness sake.
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4/8/2018
He Is Alive!
From 1 Peter 1:3-9, we discover the hope and power we have because of the resurrection. Pastor Roger answers the questions, Why did Jesus have to die? What difference does Easter make in my life?
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4/2/2018
The Story Behind The Garden
From John 18:1-12, Pastor Jeremy shares insights to truths about the Garden of Gethsemane. It comes down to why Jesus chose to do what He did!
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3/26/2018
Blessed Are The Peacemakers
From Matthew 5:9, we identify the difference between being a peace keeper and a peace maker. Jesus says the peacemakers are blessed. How do I become a peacemaker? Listen to find the answers!
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3/19/2018
The Passover Lamb by Mark Seymour
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3/13/2018
Blessed Are The Pure In Heart
From Matthew 5:8, the focus is on the heart. It is the pure in heart that shall see God. In this message, we identify the nature of the heart, the focus of the heart, and the development of the heart.
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3/5/2018
Mercy At Work
It has been said that "mercy relieves the symptoms while grace cures the cancer." From Matthew 5:7, we discover what mercy looks like and how it should be applied to our lives.
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2/25/2018
Blessed Are The Hungry And Thirsty
Just as many Christians seek to satisfy their spiritual appetites through acts of religiosity, Jesus makes it clear that the only thing that satisfies are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness. A study of Matthew 5:6.
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2/18/2018
Blessed Are The Meek
From Matthew 5:5, we carefully discuss the meaning of meekness and understand the significance of "inheriting the earth."
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2/11/2018
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