Sermon:  Lest We Forget  to Honor the Redemption of Our Freedom and Well Being

Scripture: 2 Sam. 1:19-25,27; 1 Peter 1:18-19; Ephesians. 4:32; 

Statement: Ruins can be a lesson to start building better; forgiveness, love, and hope  can lay a deep  and solid foundation for a stronger building

Sermon:  Faith

Scripture: Daniel 3:13-18; Hebrews 11:1-3; Matthew 17:14-20

Sermon: Live at Peace with God  

Scripture: Psalm 101:2; 2 Peter 3:1-14

Statement:  “Take the impurities out of silver and there shall come forth a most pure vessel.” (Proverbs 25:4)

Christ’ Church is called to reflect Christ image; that’s why the Church is meant to be God’s pure vessel in this world.

Make, have and live at peace with God through spotless thoughts and blameless behavior of God’s Lamb.

Sermon: Love That Builds The Bridge  

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13:1-13; 1 Peter 4:8-11

Statement:  By sending His Son to earth God revealed and displayed His masterpiece. Do everything in love!

Sermon:  Celebrate Thanksgiving in Piety and with Gratitude

Scripture: Psalm 65:1-13

Statement:  A thankful heart displays a good face and a joyful attitude it’s a good cure. When these are combined with a piety lifestyle, then God’s angels are parts of our life journey on earth.  

Sermon: Conquer Fear Through Obedience!

Scripture: Matthew 14:22 -36; Revelation 21:1-8

Statement: When we’re stunned by fear, anxieties, hard time, darkness hour, etc.

When it’s hard to trust in the Lord because of what we see, hear, deal with, etc. it’s difficult to be strengthened, to have peace, to be passionate or to move on; it’s easier to give up or to rebel.

"The Lord knows to deliver from suffering those who reverence Him…” ;(2 Peter 2:9)

Don’t focus on the wind that blows, nor upon dark clouds which are gathered above your head, but walk in obedience to Him. 

 “Then Samuel said, "Does the LORD take pleasure in burnt offerings and sacrifices as much as he does in obedience? Certainly, obedience is better than sacrifice; paying attention is better than the fat of rams.” (1 Sam.15:22)

Sermon: Recognize God's Time of Your Visitation

Scripture: Ecclesiastes 3:1; 1 Corinthians 11:1, 2, 17-28

Statement: Quiet often Jesus began His dinner with people sittings around Him at the table, but before the meal was finished many had already left. Those who lasted until the end they experienced the sweetness part with Jesus: the treats.

Jesus didn't intend for us to start our walk with Him only, but to stay with Him until the finish line. Apostle Paul was happy to witness: "The time of my death is near. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, and I have remained faithful. And now the prize awaits me ..." (2 Timothy 4:6-8)

Sermon: Let  the Children See Your Love

Scripture: Proverbs 23:26; Mark 10:13-16

Statement: Most of the times people express their love towards children by trying to meet their need: taking care, nourishing, buying things, protecting and by investing in them as much as possible. Also, there is another level of expressing love: love with eternal consequences.

Sermon: Encourage and Edify One Another to Share Christ's Life

Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 5:11-15, 18-24

Statement: As the soul of the men leaves through the fulfillment of the 10 commandments given through Moses, in the same way by practicing Paul's 10 advices the church is able to share Christ's life

Sermon: Jesus Makes Himself “Visible”

Scripture: Jeremiah 31:3; John 21:1-14

Statement: The Lord appeared to me from far away and said, "I love you with an everlasting love. So I will continue to show you my kindness

Sermon: God's Grace, Care and His Love are Greater than Our Needs

Scripture: 2 Kings 4:1-7; Matthew 7:7

Sermon: Conquer Fear Through Faith

Scripture: : Mark 4:35-41; Ecclesiastes 7:14

Sermon: MOTHER: The Stronghold of a Healthy Family and of a Strong Community

Scripture: Judge 4:1-10; 5:1-10

Statement: MOTHER can be a “trademark” signed by God Himself to make salvation and God’s good will to be seen

Sermon: Silent Saturday

Scripture: Matthew 27:51-53; 1 Peter 3:18-22

Sermon: Silent Saturday

Scripture: Matthew 27:51-53; 1 Peter 3:18-22

Statement: Always Silent Saturday (victories in Spirit) comes after Good Friday (suffering - obeying God) and before Easter Sunday (resurrection - seeing God's glory)

Sermon: Christ is Alive

Scripture: John 20: 1 - 18

Statement: Through His ressurection, Jesus defeated darkness works. Through His death, Jesus gains the right to restore all things. Christians who live into resurrection's living faith overcome darkness works and experience renewal.

Sermon: A Cross that Belongs to Jesus

Scripture: John 19: 17 - 30

Statement: It’s well known the saying: “everyone has its own cross to bear it in life.” 2000 years ago, before the Sabbath, there were erected three crosses on the hill of Golgotha; the one from the middle “belonged” to Christ. His cross was officially recognized as being His; Pilate, the governor imprinted:” Jesus the Nazarene the King of the Jews.”    

Sermon: When Jesus Comes

Scripture: John 12: 12 - 26

Statement: Those who have a personal relationship with Jesus they are looking to meet Him, see His face, hear His teachings and enjoy His presence.

Sermon: The Days Before Passover

Scripture: John 12: 1 - 11

Sermon: Enjoy Heaven's Resources

Scripture: Joshua 5:9-12; Psalm 32:2; Corinthians 5:16-21; Luke 15: 1-3, 11b-32

Sermon: Be A Friend!

Scripture: Mark 2: 1 - 12

Statement: Everyone needs compassion and a friend. If the authority of healing doesn't rest upon you, then pray that His Spirit will use you as a friend who leads others to the Best Friend. Surely, He hass the power and authority to forgive, restore, heal and fill people's lives with joy.

Sermon: God's Message Saves

Scripture: Isaiah 53

Statement: Salvation comes to us through our Lord Jesus Christ. The promised salvation message came through the incarnated Word of God in the Person of Jesus Christ. It's the church's priority and privilege and our obligation of love to continue to bring the sweet message of God's grace to everyone. 

Sermon: Plowing and Threshing

Scripture: Isaiah 63: 7; John 15: 7 - 8; Titus 3: 14; 2 Peter 1: 10 - 11

Statement: The one spiritually "plowing" and spiritually "treading out the grain" also labors with the expectation of enjoying the harvest

Sermon: Generations' Attributes for a Church That Hopes Jesus to Be Revealed

Scripture: Titus 2: 1 - 15, 1 John 3: 2, 3

Statement: Each generation belongs to God, but all generations work together to make the Lord known to the world. It requires to live a noble Christian life to make the Gospel to be credited.

Sermon: The Beauty of Love (Part IV)

Scripture: Luke 15: 11 - 24; John 15: 7 - 17

Statement: When justice was out of stock ("the share of property that is coming to me") then it came God's turn that the beauty of His love to step in. Therefore, a new dimension of renewed relationships waits for everyone (father, young son and the oldest son") who need and wants to be an expression of God's love. 

Sermon: The Beauty of Love (Part III)

Scripture: Luke 15: 11 - 32

Statement: The father had prepared the best robe, the ring, and shoes for his youngest son; that was a marvelous part of the story about the beauty of love. God still has robes, rings, and sandals for those who want to be heirs of His righteous Kingdom rather than slaves of dirty.  

Sermon: The Beauty of Love (Part II)

Scripture: Luke 15: 11 - 24

Statement: The father paid the full price of restoration for his young one while his son was ready to enjoy the beauty of his father’s love.

Sermon: The Beauty of Love

Scripture: Luke 15: 11 - 32

Statement: King Solomon stated that "Kindness makes a man attractive." Likewise, there are actions which reveal love's beauty

Sermon: Encountering God in the Breeze of the Day

Scripture: Genesis 2: 7 - 8; 3:8; Job 4: 12, 15 - 16

Statement: To encounter God isn't something "new under the sun". From the beginning, He intended to meet daily with the human beings "in the breeze of the day". He never changes, but in His love and patience, He is still waiting for His people to encounter Him every day. There, in the breeze of the day, new experiences wait for those who meet their Creator.

Sermon: Lay Yourself Under The Shadow of God Almighty

Scripture: Psalm 91

Sermon: The Wise See and Follow God's Star

Scripture: Matthew 2: 1 - 11

Statement: The wise were unstoppable of reaching out the Target when they had the confirmation of heaven and the guidance of the Star. Although it took a while and there were lots of challenges the wise didn't give up until they accomplished their mission: to meet with the King, to honour Him in reverence and to experience the joy of being blessed with God's presence. What kept the magi intelligent, alive and able to convey the Good News into their won communities was their willingness to choose God's guidance instead of "routine ways" of going back and forth.

Morning service @10:00 am 

Sermon: A Season of Divine Joy

Scripture: Luke 2: 8 - 20; Philippians 4: 4, 5

Statement: At Jesus birthday there were many songs which have been heard and lots of choirs that performed around the world, but only in Bethlehem there was a heavenly angel choir along with a bunch of shepherds with a pure heart who were able to worship the new born King.

Evening service @6:30 pm 

Sermon: Ecstatic Joy

Scripture: Luke 2: 8 - 20; John 8: 56

Statement: Christmas is a Season of HOPE because we believe God's good promises, it's a Season of PEACE because we trust in Him, it's a Season of JOY because we are saved through faith in Jesus Christ, and it's a Season of LOVE because we're loved by God with an unlimited love and we love Him with all our heart, soul and strength.

 

Sermon: The Embodiment of God's Salvation Plan

Scripture: Isaiah 7: 14, Luke 1: 26 - 38

Morning service @10:00 am 

Sermon: "Buy" Wisdom & Invest in Understanding

Scripture: Proverbs 4:7, Matthew 13:51, 52

Statement: One way of wisdom is to recognize, to acquire and to assimilate the new "wine"; that will keep your "business" on store self  

 

Evening service @6:30 pm 

Sermon: Dreams & Visions

Scripture: Joel 2:28 - 32

Statement: God always will honour dreams and visions that come from Him and continuously bless these visions which enthrone Him as Lord and Saviour. "For from him and through him and for him are all things. To him be the glory forever! Amen!"

 

Morning service @10:00 am 

Sermon: Be Transformed and Connected by the Head Cornerstone

Scripture: Ephesians 2: 14-22; Matthew 16: 18,19

Statement: People are transformed and connected by the Head Cornerstone. Jesus brought us face to face with the reality of our sins and nature at the cross. He transformed and connected us with God by giving us the right to be called God's children. He united us with one another, through His blood, and gave us "all the rights as family members of the household of God"

Evening service @6:30 pm 

Sermon: Follow the Ways of Life to God

Scripture: Isaiah 55:3; Ephesians 2:1-5

Sermon: Moments of Silence

Scripture: 2 Samuel 1:27; Ecclesiastes 3:1, 7

Statement: Moments of silence can be an evidence of respect, wisdom, remembrance and of what is going to be said.

Although it’s very hard to sin when we keep silence, sometimes it’s harder to stay silent without starting a “war”.

On the cross Jesus spent about 1% of His time speaking, the 99% He was silent. There on the cross, He honoured the Father’s will and displayed to the whole world the Wisdom of all ages. He was a winner not by speaking but by being silent.

Sermon: Look up Through God’s Sight - part I

Scripture: Mark 8:22-25, Isaiah 55:8,9

Statement: A blind person cannot see but can believe, pray and ask Jesus to open his/her eyes.

Sermon: Second Touch in Need - part II

Scripture: Mark 8:22-25, John 8:1-11

Statement: Man are not shadows, nor trees and that’s why Jesus wasn’t satisfied with a partial recovery of the blind man. He came to restore all things because He made man into His image (not of a tree) and He gave us a call: to be the light of the world (not walking shadows).

Jesus didn’t allow the healed man to tell anyone about the miracle, but His Spirit was allowed to record this miracle for us (although many others weren’t); so, let’s benefit from it that Jesus wants to make us whole as His creation and to quicken our call.

Sermon: Consider Christ's Rest For Your Soul

Scripture: Matthew 11: 25 - 30  

Statement: Jesus washed the feet of His disciples because He knew that they were walking through the dust of the word and impurities of religiosity which impoverish people's soul.

Jesus is calling us to approach Him in the way that He can set His Father yoke of love, peace, and grace on your shoulder that we may follow and serve Him enjoying His partnership.

Sermon: Choose to Have a Grateful Heart

Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6 

Statement: The actions of People can outline the images of hearts and foretell which side they selected.

So today choose to have a grateful heart because “godliness with contentment is great gain.

A blessed and grateful heart is satisfied in God's presence, relies in the Word and stretches its hands to the needy.

Contentment: the word autarkeia is a technical Greek philosophical term for the virtue of independence from material goods (Aristotle, Cynics, Stoics).

Sermon: Be A Stream of Blessing That Joins God’s River in Town

Scripture: Psalm 46: 4-5; John 7: 37-38

Statement: Those who drink the Water offered by Jesus, don’t need any other. Jesus has the power and authority, through His Spirit, not only to satisfy our thirst but to make us streams of blessed water.

 Sermon:  Give Freedom and Complete Access to God in Your Life

Scripture:  Ephesians 3:12; John 3:17 

Statement: There are many covenants but only one is the everlasting and the most powerful one.

Approach God and He will approach you

 

 Sermon:  Days of Elijah

Scripture:  Isaiah 42:1; John 1:29 - 34

Statement: Behold my Servant, Whom I uphold, My elect in Whom My soul delights! I have put My Spirit upon Him; He will bring forth justice and right and reveal truth to the nations.

 

 Sermon:  Look for God’s Salvation Rain

Scripture:  Hosea 10:1-4,12-13

Statement: A fruitful vine and a bountiful land are signs of a wise hard-worker farmer and of

God’s love, mercy and blessings through His rain.

Poisonous weeds in the furrows of a field are the outcomes of wickedness and iniquities which never are showered by God.

Christ can make all things new: a land without weeds and God’s rain to fall.

 

 Sermon:  Enjoy the Blessings of God’s Peace  

Scripture:  Psalm 32

Statement:  There are different types of peace which are obtained through different costs. There is one and only one peace offered by God through His one and only Son who paid the price that we might have peace with God. As believers are blessed with all kind of blessings, so are those who practice God’s peace.

 

 Sermon:  Make Your Heart the Life’s Fountain  

Scripture:  Proverbs 3:23

Statement:  Take head to Maintain /Support your heart of becoming a good source for your life.” The heart is the outgoing source of everything is taking place in our lives. Crocked mouth, devious lips and twisted roads are rubbishes which obstruct the fountain of life.

 

 Sermon:  Twisted vs Straight

Scripture:  Matthew 3:1-3;  Acts 13:4-12

Statement:  Twisting isn’t a mistake but a deliberate act which lays its outcomes by leading some to “success” and others to “destruction”. Only those who lay on straight road can be accompanied by the Lord because Jesus always  walks on a straight way. 

 

 Sermon:  Giving with Love is Sharing

Scripture:  Deuteronomy 15:4-11; 2 Peter 1:3-11

Statement:  To give is a human being characteristic, but giving as God asks is divine. Giving, the Christians are called to be like God the Father.

 

 Sermon:  The Son of Consolation

Scripture:  Acts 11: 19 - 26

Statement:  Jesus came to save, to restore and to establish a close relationship between humanity and God the Father. That’s why He said: “And behold, I’m with you always, to the end of the age.”

 

 Sermon:  When Is Holiness Activated?

Scripture:  1 Peter 2:4, 6-10;

Statement:  Samuel was dedicated by his parents for God’s purpose to become God’s prophet. Araunah dedicated his land for God’s purpose: God’s Temple to be built.

When we dedicate our lives to God, our set apart for God begins. 

Sermon:  The Gratitude of a Heart is a Great Gain

Scripture:  Luke 17:11-19; 1 Timothy 6:6

Sermon:  The Gratitude of a Heart is a Great Gain

Scripture:  Luke 17:11-19; 1 Timothy 6:6

Statement: Like miracles and blessings, a touch of Jesus Christ is taking place through different attitudes, actions and steps which comes from a grateful heart.

Sermon:  Progress Through Fulfilled Promises

Scripture:  Matthew 21: 23-24, 28-31 ; 5:37

Statement: Success is a desire in everyone’s heart, but the key of it belongs to those who honor their promises and commitments. Success is a dream which can be reached by walking everyday in promises we made in spite of the cost. 

Sermon: A man called Simeon

Sermon: Luke 2 : 25 -34

Statement: Even a child is known by his doings and someone’s future can be predicted by his/her early behaviors, so someone can be named according to his/her character. A good name is better than gold, that’s why a gold mine should be named with the name of the one who bring “to light” the gold.

Sermon: Fathers are Called to Promote Heavenly Father Nature

Statement: The disciples gave up everything to follow Jesus and for about 1.277 days Jesus became their home and father. Before Jesus ascended to the right hand of the Father He showed to His disciples how to disclose the meaning of heavenly Father through them who became the apostolic fathers.  

Scripture: Luke 10:38 - 42

Sermon: Discover Needful Things That Cannot Be Taken Away

Statement: To welcome Jesus into our homes it’s an act of respect, but to pay attention to His words it’s a prove of allowing Him to fulfill His mission into your household. Christ purpose of visiting Martha’s and Mary’s place was to share God’s words and to offer salvation to the lost Jesus. Mary’s soul was thirstier for God’s Living water than Jesus hunger for a good meal.

Scripture John 8 : 12

Sermon:  Jesus – Light that Gives Life

Statement: Believers are destined by God to become the light of the world, but before that they are called to walk in God’s Light. “This is the life we have seen and heard. We are reporting about it to you also so that you, too, can have a relationship with us. Our relationship is with the Father and with His Son Jesus Christ. We are writing this so that we can be completely filled with joy. This is the message we heard from Christ and are reporting to you: God is light, and there isn’t any darkness in Him. If we say, “We have a relationship with God” and yet live in the dark, we’re lying. We aren’t being truthful. But if we live in the light in the same way that God is in the light, we have a relationship with each other. And the blood of His Son Jesus cleanses us from every sin.”         

 

@ 10 : 00 am

Scripture: Acts 2:14a, 22-24, 31-41

Sermon: God’s Spirit Mission

Statement: God's Spirit "Job Description":

                    - witnesses

                    - guides

                    - testifies

                    - calls

@ 6 : 30 pm

Scripture: Exodus 30:34-38; Leviticus 22:29;

Sermon: PRAYER - SAINTS PERFUME

Scripture Acts  2 : 1 - 21

Sermon: What Happens When the Spirit Comes

Statement: The Spirit of God is a free gift from our Lord Jesus, but whenever He is poured out upon people it has a divine purpose and an everlasting plan which starts to manifest on earth.

God’s Spirit cannot be buy it but can He can tabernacle in someone’s life when the heart is honest and the ears are obedient.

God promised that He will water a thirsty land.    

Scripture Judge 4, 5;  2 Timothy 1: 1, 2, 5-7

Sermon: When a Mother Can Be used by God in Times of Need

Statement: In life there are difficult times and there are ways to come out of them, but most of times God is using His own people who set apart themselves and dedicated to be used by Him on these times. Through them, God delivers people and make Himself known to others while the history is recording another mighty intervention of the Almighty One. These people get the status of Mothers of God’s People. Always, in times of need there is a “mother” ready to be used by God.

Scripture Matthew 28:16-20; Acts 1:9-11; Philippians 2:6-9; 1 Peter 5:6

Sermon: Living in Humbleness is the Way of Accessing in God’s Glory

Thursday - May 10, 2018 @6:30 pm (Ascension Special Evening Service )

Scripture Revelation 1:1, 2, 18, 19

Sermon: Christ’ Resurrection - God’s Confirmation of the One Who Holds the Supreme Power

Statement: If someone graduated, if it’s qualified and proved its confirmation, that person is entitled to speak up, to be listened and to witness. Jesus ministry, His call and His resurrection are evidences of being chosen and authorized by God to hold the keys of life and death. He gives life everlasting and He releases from claws of eternal death. Christ’ resurrection is God’s testimony about Jesus as Savior.

Scripture 1 Corinthians 15 : 12-26

Sermon: Evangelism and Lives Transformed Through Resurrection

Statement: It seems that in our days there are more people who are familiarized with the word “resurrection” meanwhile there are less who experience the life giving and the transforming power of Jesus in their lives. Resurrection is a fact and a fruitful active faith in people’s life who believe and allow the authority of resurrection to “swallow” sin’s consequence, to transform and exalt into Christ likeness the fallen and corrupted human nature. Jesus died that our souls be sanctified but He resurrected that our human beings and bodies should bear the glory of His resurrection.  

Scripture1 Peter 1:13,20-21

Sermon: Resurrection - our faith & hope in God

StatementResurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ is the foundation of Christian belief and the expectation of everyone who experienced salvation in Him.

Christ and apostle’s teaching regarding risen from the death are essential and are related to a daily life for Jesus and to eternal life with Him.

To revive the church.

Christ resurrection power & authority always refresh, passionate and flourish the church.

 For a lost world.

The Lord was & is still able to use resurrection to reach out people with the Gospel.

Scripture: Luke 24: 13-49

Sermon: 1st Supper with the Resurrected Jesus

Statement: First supper with Jesus after His resurrection took place on the seashore having bread, fish and honey as menu and the topic of their meeting: Be in peace , have opened eyes and ignited hearts!

Eating lots of bread, fish & honey but not having Jesus at the table probably we will

- have a good meal but not opened eyes 

- get some extra pounds but not the growth of our faith

- get updated with the latest news but not understanding God’s plan

- have an extra free meal but not God’s fire in our hearts, neither opened eyes

Jesus was able to use the 3 aliments and disciples were able to see and understand because

1.   It was a Deja-vu (Like miraculous fishing, the disciple was custom with Jesus way to work)

Always, God is teaching us His ways before He asks us to walk with Him in those ways.

  B open to be taught by God before you want to be used by Him.

2.   They were open to get what come from Jesus.

The Lord will always invest in those who are willing to accept and follow God’s plan / call with their lives.

Before starting to look for God’s miracles start to be open for His hand in your life. 

The best miracle we can experience is a transforming mind & life by Jesus.

Scripture: Luke 24:1 - 12; Acts 2:31-33

Sermon: Resurrection – Jesus’ Trade Mark

Statement: Resurrection: an example of God’s power when there is nothing left.

  1. When there is no faith left, love conquers

Women went to the tomb to anoint Jesus not 2 check if He resurrected – Lk.24:1

Faith can move mountains, but love can move you to see the evidence of stone removed.

Faith can  make people experience salvation and love can lead s-one to taste resurrection.

    2. When there is no hope left, God performs miracles

But on the first day of the week ... they found the stone rolled away from the tomb. And they did not find the body of the Lord Jesus, but two men in shining clothes stood beside them.  (v.1-3 )

The tomb was sealed but not  God`s hands (had angels)

Jesus fills the emptiness as He did with the wine, if there is s-one 2 work with Him. (Mary)

    3.  When there is not light, a spark can start to make a difference v.2-8

    4.  When there is no belief, allow  God to show you His evidences

Scripture: Luke 23: 26-33; Mathew 27:39-44; Luke 23:50 - 53

Sermon:  The Cross: Prove of God’s Pardon

Statement Jesus used the Cross to redeem us and to express His love for humanity.

Unbelievers made use of the Cross to tempt Jesus and to proclaim Him an outcast of God’s people.

Scripture: Luke 19: 29 – 40; 1 Samuel 15:16,17; 1 Corinthians 1:27 - 31

Sermon:  What Is God Selecting?

 Statement: What God chooses belongs to Christ & everything is of Christ gives           to God the glory, because it’s made by God, empowered by Spirit and kept to Jesus.

 

Scripture: John 19:17-21;

Sermon: Pilate' Words on Jesus' Cross

Statement: Those (Pilate – the governor  and Caiaphas - the high priest) who concurred with          the condemnation of Jesus were people with authority and power to influence others. Unfortunately their own interest and personal plans prevailed people’s interest to have Jesus as King, and God’s plan to bring back His own people into righteousness’ obedience.

    To experience God’s incarnated loving Word hanged at Golgotha, people need to  believe and to accept God’s words expressed by Pilate on Golgotha’s cross.

    Not Golgotha was crated for Christ’ cross, neither the cross was made for Golgotha, but Jesus use them to fulfill God’s will of saving the world and to express His unlimited love

   1. Made public his own faith

   2. Exposed Jew’s faith

   3. Proclaimed world wide faith.  

     

Message in Brief:                      John 19:14-17; The Golgotha's Cross

  Cross: Christ & Christianity trade mark

1.  The Symbol & Expectations of Christian Faith

• found guilty by religious people & of this world

• accepted & glorified by the Father & believers

Cross: Jesus made public His monumental way to say: “I want you back”

2.  The Prove of  Jesus Love

• sacrificed Himself 4 our sins committed against God & people

• settled Himself between us & God 4 our return

Cross: Jesus way to conquer the world, to defeat sin, and to call those who want to follow Him

3.  The Logo of Christ Followers

• referring to Christ mastership

• relating to our daily life with & 4 Jesus

 

 Psalm 24:1 - 6; Earth Given and Heaven Acquired

 Statement: God owns the Earth and He planed Earth to be dwelling place of humankind till He will change our eternal residence: heaven. Come to   worship and let's share how we're enabled for Heaven while we're living on Earth.

 

God (founder & builder) owns the Earth & Earth is dwelling place of humankind (man got 2 use it & 2 administrate)

 

 

1.Heaven get recommendations from earth about those people who knock its doors 

 

 

2.  The way we work & behave on earth allows us to experience heaven! 

 

 

GET GOOD, HEALTHY & DIVINE RECOMMENDATION FROM EARTH/GOD’S PEOPLE

IF U WANT HEAVENLY GATES OPEN 4 U

&

IF U WISH GOD’S ANGELS COMPANIONSHIP

Morning @10:00 am

 Scripture: Matthew 14:22-36; Proverbs 29:18; Psalm 89:15;

 Sermon: Obey, Trust and Work with God

Statement: Going towards “the other side” led disciples to go through strong wind of discomforts, fears, doubts, unsafely, regrets, rebellions, feeling of “loosing control” 

 Afternoon @6:30 pm

 Scripture: John 3:16 

 Sermon: Relation vs Religion

 Statement: When God sent His beloved Son on Earth He did it because He intended to restore           a RELATIONSHIP. When Jesus ascended to heaven He sent His Spirit upon His church to be                     connected 24/7. 

  Stories: something we can tell about what we’ve heard (and informed) 

  Share: something we can testify about we’ve experienced (and understood)

Scripture: Ephesians 4:6-10; Luke 1:72-75; Galatians 5;13; 1 Peter 4:10, 11

 Sermon: Christ’s Gift through God’s Grace Part II

 Statement:

 Experiencing God's grace is like having the "ticket bought" and heavenly doors open, already.

Living in God's grace it is a time of "dressing" in Christ's gifts. God's grace in our lives multiplies by

accepting Christ gifts and exploiting them in unity of faith and Spirit to manifest His glory through His body - the Church.

For this reason (manifest His glory) He is calling people from His Body to be "channels" of blessing to

other recipient who were given by Christ to serve the Body to a complete measure in Him for God's glory.

Scripture: Ephesians 4:1-7; 1 Peter 4:10,11

 Sermon: Christ’s Gift through God’s Grace

 Statement:

We were created by God to live for His glory.

Through sin and disobedience we’ve lost our divine identity (God’s image) and our

spiritual call (to live for God’s glory). 

God`s grace (to be used by God) is given according to the measure of

Christ’ gifts (calls and blessings) which are received (by faith) and it’s manifested

(in total acceptance of God’s will) for the benefits of the

recipients (who fulfill their call supported by Christ gifts) for the glory of God.

In other words: God gave  us all the grace to be forgiven, to become His children and

to live for His glory and with the measure we accept God’s grace, with the same

measure we accept Christ’ gifts (calls & blessings) to live for God’s glory.

 

Scripture: Mark 12:41-44; 2 Corinthians 8:11-15

 Sermon: Jesus’ Ways to See Offering

 Statement: Offering could be a moment when Jesus can use you as an example to be followed or to be aware of it. In Jesus sight what matters the most is the attitude of givers and the real reason of giving. Jesus see hidden things and heart’ roots and He is giving His blessings and His rewards accordingly.

“Jesus sat down opposite the treasury, and observed how the people were putting money into the treasury.”

“Calling His disciples to Him,  He taught them:…”

In Jesus sight it matter the attitude of givers & the real reason of giving.  

 

1. Jesus sees what is covered by the leaves

Heart giver chooses anonymity.

Heart giver is pointed out by Jesus as hero.

Heart giver praises God that he was able to do something in Jesus’ name

God uses heart givers to perform miracles.

A little from a heart giver is far more in God’s eyes than a lot from a self giver.

 

2. Jesus sees by the roots what type of fruits will come out

Self giver has inclination to stand against God’s wonders.

Self giver is considered by Jesus an a short term investor

 Scripture: Genesis 22:20-24; Isaiah 55:9; 1 Corinthians 2:9-16; 

Sermon: Unveiling God's Ways to Accomplish 

                Our Dreams & Wishes

Statement: A divine dream can be "born" in people's

heart through God's Living Word. God's  promise is able to 

be the seed of a dream in people's hearts. To make that seed

fruitful is needed a  good soil, water and appropriate climate. 

God isn’t against our dreams or wishes, contrary He is 4 us

“Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the requests of your heart.” (Ps.37:4) 


1.  God keeps His ways unveiled  until the appropriate time our dreams fulfill

  • our call isn’t to find out when & how God works out His ways.

  “Jesus said to them, “The Father is the only One who has the authority to decide dates and times. These things are not for you to know.” (Acts 1:7) 

• our trust in God, don’t give up & have patience

“As you do not know what is the way of the wind, as the bones in the pregnant woman ‘s womb , even so you do not know the works of God Who makes all.”  (Ecclesiastes 11:5)

 

2.  Act by faith having God’s accompany 

• being open for whatever comes from God)

                  &

following His instructions at once 

 

 

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how through  a good soil, water and appropriate climate, God unveils His ways which make seed sprout.

Scripture: Genesis 8:22; Ecclesiastes 3:1-3; 

Sermon:  Know & Experience Each Season

People need to know and to experience each season of the year.

Practicing each season brings satisfaction and blessing for the next one.

      1.  Spring: Plant & Work

 Plant with hope being guided & using wisdom (Prb.3:5,6; Ecl.9:16)

 Work hard having faith & being strategic (Hebrew 11:35;Prb.24:6)

     2.  Summer: Keep investing, working hard & watch

 “Whatever you do, do well and do it with all your might.” (Ecl.9:10a)

     3.   Autumn: Harvest & Count

 For he says, “I heard you at the acceptable time (Spring), and in the day of salvation (Summer) I   helped you.”Look, now (Autumn) is the acceptable time; look, now is the day of salvation!   (2Cor.6:1,2)

    4.  Winter: Rest & Enjoy & Make plans by faith

 After your labor is recognized you can rest – (Daniel 12:13)

 When your efforts are appreciated, you can rejoice – (Luke 15:8,9)

 Make plans on winter considering spring, summer & winter - (Proverbs 21:5)

Sermon:  Find Rest Under God’s Shadow

Scripture: Psalm 91:1-16; Ephesians 2:18

Sermon:  Honoring God’s Invitation Makes a Seat Available Among His Chosen

Scripture: Matthew 22:1-14

Statement: The banquet parable identifies God as King, honors Jesus as His Son, priorities

King’s invitation and displays a seat available for you among His chosen.