Posts Tagged With: Kingdom of God

Sunday Morning Sermon for 5/26/13

Rather than make a separate post for it, just wanted to note that the sermon audio for 5/19/13 is unavailable because I forgot to take the recorder to church with me.  This week’s sermon is available however.  You can listen by clicking on the sermon entitled “Taking a Holiday” in the player on the right or by following this link.  Notes are available below or on the audio site as a PDF.

Taking a Holiday

Hebrews 3:7-4:11

Sermon notes 5/26/13

  1. Living Today

    1. Exhort one another – v. 13

    2. Today, not tomorrow – Psalm 95

  2. The Good News

    1. The same good news – Hebrews 4:2

    2. Trust and Obey

    3. The importance of obedience – Hebrews 5:8

  3. The Time of Rest

    1. When is it? – 4:1-11

    2. The Sabbath and the Kingdom of God – Matthew 11:28-30

    3. Striving to rest?

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Sunday Morning Sermon for 2/12/12

We are continuing our series looking at some of the difficult and/or misunderstood sayings of Jesus this week.  This Sunday we examined Matthew 11 and the discussion of John the Baptist and his role.  The notes are available for you to follow along or study further and as always, your comments are welcome if you would like to leave one.  May God richly bless you through His Word.

A Violent Kingdom

Matthew 11:1-19

Sermon notes 2/12/12

  1. Doubting John – v. 1-6

    1. John’s question

    2. Jesus’ answer

      1. Isaiah 35:3-7

      2. Isaiah 61:1-2

  2. The Elijah who is to come – v. 7-11

    1. The prophet preparing the way

    2. Malachi 3:1

    3. Greater and Lesser – Matthew 3:11

  3. Entering the Kingdom by Violence? – v. 12-19

    1. The breaker – Micah 2:12-13

    2. Hard to please – v. 16-19

      1. Micah 2:6-11

      2. Wisdom’s deeds

 

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