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In today’s sermon, we are going to be looking at seven things from Ephesians 5 that we should be practicing daily if we want to divorce-proof our marriage.
No marriage is neutral. You’re either growing together or you’re drifting apart. In Matthew 5:31-32, Jesus addresses a subject that will affect us all in some way, shape, or form. The subject of Marriage and Divorce.
In this sermon, we continue walking through the sermon on the mount as Jesus tackles a subject that has become a multi-billion dollar industry in America… the problem of lust. What is it? Why is it so dangerous? Join us as we talk about “Dangerous Desires”.
Of all the destructive forces on the planet, very few are as destructive as an angry spirit. In today’s sermon on Matthew 5:21-26, we’ll look at “The Danger Of Anger” and how to avoid it.
In this 3rd sermon in our Convergence Series, we’ll take a look at the hinge upon which the entire sermon on the mount turns… the hinge of declared righteousness… or life’s most important equation.
Why Salt? Why Light? In our study of Matthew 5:13-16 we’ll use the law of inversion to look at this specific teaching of Jesus and how it applies to us.
What does the Law of Inversion teach us about life? What does the Law of Inversion teach us about eternal life? In this sermon, we take a look at the beatitudes and what life would look like if we looked at it from the end to its beginning. Turn it around and upside down!
In this final sermon in our 20/20 Vision series, we’ll take a look at the ONLY cure for spiritual blindness… JESUS.
How is your vision? Do you see the lost? The hurting? The broken? In this sermon, we look at four symptoms of spiritual blindness and five causes. Next week we will look at the cure for spiritual blindness.
In this sermon, we take a look at what happens when we do not see what is on the periphery of our lives. In the story of Mary and Martha, Martha was struggling with spiritual tunnel vision and failed to see the importance of a moment with Jesus.