Aug 4, 2019
Too Many Plates (Authority Over Tradition)
Do you have too many plates (traditions) in your spiritual life? Things that are demanded of you by church or family traditions but are not scriptural? Take a hard look at the things you are asked to do or believe in. Are they scriptural or are they just church and/or family traditions? Luke 5: 33-39 (NKJV)
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  • Aug 4, 2019Too Many Plates (Authority Over Tradition)
    Aug 4, 2019
    Too Many Plates (Authority Over Tradition)
    Do you have too many plates (traditions) in your spiritual life? Things that are demanded of you by church or family traditions but are not scriptural? Take a hard look at the things you are asked to do or believe in. Are they scriptural or are they just church and/or family traditions? Luke 5: 33-39 (NKJV)
  • Jul 28, 2019Seek and Set (Sharing the Gospel with Mormons and Others) (Ryan Parker)
    Jul 28, 2019
    Seek and Set (Sharing the Gospel with Mormons and Others) (Ryan Parker)
    Series: No Series
    Ryan talks about how the group from FBC ministered to Mormons in Salt Lake City, Utah this summer through the sharing of the Gospel and praying over the homes of many in the city. Seek those things above and set your mind on things above. Colossians 3: 1-4 (NKJV)
  • Jul 21, 2019Is God’s Word Enough? (Aaron Coffey)
    Jul 21, 2019
    Is God’s Word Enough? (Aaron Coffey)
    Series: No Series
    “What if we take away the cool music and the cushioned chairs? What if the screens are gone and the stage is no longer decorated? What if the air conditioning is off and the comforts are removed? Would his Word still be enough for his people to come together?” David Platt, Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream In many churches today, there is a lack of preaching the true gospel. Aaron looks at several attributes of God’s Word and discusses what we can do to insure that His Word is be enough. Hebrews 4: 12-13
  • Jul 14, 2019Jesus Has Authority Over Sinners
    Jul 14, 2019
    Jesus Has Authority Over Sinners
    At this time, there was a lot of tension among the religious rulers of the day. They had seen Jesus cast out demons and heal a leper. Then, they see Him tell a lame man his sins have been forgiven and then tell him to get up and walk. Now He calls a tax collector to be one of his disciples and then goes to eat with a house full of tax collectors and other “undesirables”. The tension comes about because Jesus’ actions are forcing them to make a decision about Him that contradicts all their traditions and (oral) laws. Luke 5: 27-31; Luke 18: 10-14; Matthew 9:13, Mark 2: 16 (NKJV)
  • Jul 7, 2019Screaming For the Rooftop
    Jul 7, 2019
    Screaming For the Rooftop
    Jesus forgave the sins of the lame man and then healed him in front of the Pharisees and religious leaders, once again proving that he was God. Luke 5: 17-26; Leviticus 4:20; (Parallel Passages-Mark 2: 1-12; Matthew 9: 1-8) NKJV
  • Jun 30, 2019Prayer of Moses in the Desert (David Davis)
    Jun 30, 2019
    Prayer of Moses in the Desert (David Davis)
    Series: No Series
    Guest speaker, Dr. David Davis, looks at Moses’ prayer in Psalm 90. There are three main points he brings out in his message: Remember the Lord’s Majesty, Realize Life’s Mortality, and Request God’s Loving Mercy. He also discusses the giants that were found in the Promised Land and what their names mean (stiff neck & stubborn, proud, ego, self-reliance). These giants are alive and well in our churches today. Psalm 90, 39: 4-5; Numbers 13: 22-33, 14: 1-44 (KJV)
  • Jun 23, 2019Jesus Heals A Leper
    Jun 23, 2019
    Jesus Heals A Leper
    The healing of the leper is important for several reasons. The Bible outlined in Leviticus 13 the law concerning people with leprosy. Leviticus 14 tells us the ritual for cleansing a healed leper. But, until Luke 5: 12, no Jewish leper had ever been healed. Give a listen as Bro. Mike explains the significance of this healing and how it further gives evidence of Jesus as the Messiah and Son of God. Luke 5: 12-16 (NKJV) Parallel verses: Matthew 8: 1-4; Mark 1: 40-45
  • Jun 16, 2019Father’s Day (If I Could Start Over)
    Jun 16, 2019
    Father’s Day (If I Could Start Over)
    Series: Father's Day
    Being a father is tough and sometimes men, though they try hard, make mistakes. Brother Mike’s message today discusses a father’s musings about what he would do differently if he could start over as a father. Ephesians 6: 4 (HCSB)
  • Jun 9, 2019Authenticating Jesus’ Authority
    Jun 9, 2019
    Authenticating Jesus’ Authority
    In today’s message, Brother Mike shares passages that authenticate Jesus’ authority as Messiah. They show authority in His teachings as well as over demons (evil spirits), diseases, and nature. Haggai 2:6-9; Malachi 3:1; Matthew 4:13-16; Luke 4:31-41; Matthew 4:23-25; Luke 5:1-4; John 1:34-45, 2:2; Luke 5:5-11 (NKJV)
  • Jun 2, 2019Interpretations Lead to Expectations
    Jun 2, 2019
    Interpretations Lead to Expectations
    The Jews interpreted the scriptures as them being on the inside track with God and everyone else was on the outside. This interpretation led them to the expectation that the Messiah would come and conquer their enemies (the Romans) and make them a ruling kingdom here on earth. Are your interpretations and expectations of the Messiah aligned with God’s Word? Luke 4: 14-30; Isaiah 61: 1-2; Isaiah 58: 6; Ephesians 1: 7 (NKJV)
  • May 19, 2019Jesus-The Messiah
    May 19, 2019
    Jesus-The Messiah
    Jesus began his ministry healing thousands and telling his followers that the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand. The real pivot point in his ministry was in Matthew 12:22 when he healed the blind and mute man by casting out the demon possessing him. This had never been done before and it was at this point that people began to recognize him as the Messiah. Matthew 4:17; Mark 1: 14b-15; Luke 4:14b-15; 1 Corinthians 15: 1-4; Isaiah 11: 1-2 (KJV)
  • May 12, 2019No Greater Joy
    May 12, 2019
    No Greater Joy
    Series: Mother's Day
    Children can bring great joy to our lives. We hope that will not make the same mistakes we did; but when they do make mistakes, we hope that we have taught (modeled) how to repent and ask for forgiveness. Our greatest joy is seeing our children (grandchildren) come to know Jesus as their Savior and accept the gift of Salvation. 3John 1:4 (NKJV)
  • May 5, 2019God Came for The Whole World
    May 5, 2019
    God Came for The Whole World
    Jesus and his disciples begin to baptize believers and John the Baptist’s followers question John about their authority to do so. John says that Jesus’ power was given to Him from Heaven and that He must increase, and that John must decrease. He knew that his ministry was coming to an end as Jesus’ ministry was just beginning. Later we see Jesus in Samaria speaking to a Samaritan women at Jacob’s well. He speaks to her not only of her sin in her personal life, but also of the inaccuracies of her religious and cultural beliefs about the Messiah. John 3:22-John 4:30; Isaiah 11: 1-5 (NKJV) (Tablet video unavailable due to technical difficulties.)
  • Apr 28, 2019You Must Be Born Again
    Apr 28, 2019
    You Must Be Born Again
    Nicodemus approached Jesus one night to learn more about Him. Jesus told him that the only way to get to Heaven was to be born again. The first century Jews were no stranger to the phrase “born again”, but it had different meanings to them and there were six ways to be born again for the Jews. However, none of them included the spiritual birth of which Jesus spoke. John 2: 23-3:21; 1 John 4:6; Numbers 21:4-9 (NKJV)
  • Apr 21, 2019Resurrection Sunday
    Apr 21, 2019
    Resurrection Sunday
    Series: Easter
    On the day of Jesus’ resurrection, Mary, John, and Peter visited the tomb only to find Jesus gone. They did not yet know or understand the scriptures that said He would rise again. They were afraid and hid in a house with all the doors and windows locked. It was there that the risen Lord visited them. John 20: 1-3; 1 Corinthians 15: 3-4; James 1: 23-25 (NKJV)