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Gary Wilkerson 4.20.14

Isaiah says, prophesying about Jesus, "When he sees all that is accomplished by his anguish, he will be satisfied." What was Jesus trying to accomplish? It wasn't a political agenda, nation-building or establishing a world religion. It was you and I! Ephesians 2:10 says that we are God's masterpiece. Isaiah concludes, "And because of his experience, my righteous servant will make it possible for many to be counted righteous, for he will bear all their sins." It is through Christ's perfect life and sacrifice on the cross that you and I are healed, made whole and accepted by God.

The Greatest Verse in the Bible Ben Crandall 4.20.14
A Message To Fools And The Slow Of Heart Carter Conlon 4.13.14
Gary Wilkerson 4.13.14

Pastor Gary Wilkerson shares a sermon about the grace of God. The original sin of Adam rules over our lives, but even greater than that is God's great grace toward us and the gift of righteousness through Jesus. What is the result of grace in our lives? We produce a harvest of good deeds for God. Good works are the result, not the means to earning God's love.

Staying Strong When God Is Silent Carter Conlon 4.6.14
Nick Cassidy 4.6.14

Pastor Nick Cassidy from Cork Church in Ireland shares with us about being delivered from torment. Many Christians walk through life heavy laden. It can stem from sin, or sometimes from not fully understanding the new covenant we have through Jesus. Isaiah tells us that if we try to make our own light — add our righteousness to Christ's — we'll lay down in torment. Jesus invites those who are heavy laden to come to Him, and He will give them rest. Our part is faith that Christ's work on the cross was complete.

Nick Cassidy 4.6.14

Pastor Nick Cassidy of Cork Church in Ireland shares with us about embracing our calling in life. Salvation is wonderful, but that is just the beginning of a Christian's new life with Jesus. God has a plan and a purpose for each of us. It is not a plan based on our own abilities or qualifications, but on God's power and provision.

Claude Houde 3.30.14

Like Moses, when battles come, our first instinct should be to turn to God. In difficult times, when our arms grow weary, we should be able to call on others for support. As these principles become a reality in our lives, and when the victories come, we must impart them to the next generation.

Lord, Teach Us To Pray Carter Conlon 3.30.14
Gary Wilkerson 3.23.14

Isaiah, Ezekiel, and a few of the disciples all experienced God's glorious presence. If we're not careful, like the disciples, we can be tempted to build an altar around our own mountain top experiences. In these examples, they were all sent out of God's presence. We're not to remain on the mountain top. We're to take God's glory to the masses.


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