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Sermon Series: The Sermon on the Mount

Final Authority

August 15, 2021 • Dan Londeree • Matthew 7:28–29

Jesus taught with authority because he is the final authority. Are we acknowledging his authority over us or are we attempting to live independently of him?

Structural Integrity

August 8, 2021 • Dan Londeree • Matthew 7:24–27

All of us face storms in this life. How we handle those storms reveals the structural integrity of our spiritual foundation. What are you standing on?

Not Everyone

August 1, 2021 • Nathan Sayre • Matthew 7:21–23

Jesus taught that not everyone who called out, "Lord, Lord" would be welcomed into the kingdom of heaven on the day of judgment. When we embrace this challenging truth, God reveals to us the state of our heart and helps us know how to respond.

Beware of Wolves

July 25, 2021 • Dan Londeree

It's not something that's talked about much, but it's prevalent in the Bible which means it is important for us. In this message, Pastor Dan addresses the dangers presented by false teachers and how we can avoid being under their influence.

The Narrow Gate

July 18, 2021 • Dan Londeree

The Golden Rule: treat others the way you want them to treat you. Why is it so much harder for us to live by this than it is to follow our own selfish desires? Join us as we continue to walk through the most famous sermon in history ... the Sermon on the Mount.

Good Father, Good Gifts

July 11, 2021 • Dan Londeree

God is good. He desires to give good gifts to His children who ask Him, and He wants us to come to Him with these requests. But how do we know what we should ask for? And are we focused more on the gifts than we are on a relationship with the Giver?

Eye Exam

July 4, 2021 • Dan Londeree

Jesus clearly taught that we who believe are not to condemn other people. In fact, we can't even offer righteous correction to others followers of Christ when we have unconfessed sin in our own lives.

Drowned by Fear

June 27, 2021 • Brian Morrison

When we worry, we are demonstrating to God that we do not truly trust Him. Jesus taught that we are not to be anxious about how our basic needs will be met, nor are we to be anxious about the future. When we walk by faith, fear falls away and we begin to experience the peace of God that will carry us forward.

Rock Solid Investment Advice

June 20, 2021 • Mark Napier

Jesus taught that what we treasure reveals the state of our hearts. How are you investing your life? Are you treasuring this world or the kingdom of God? Mark Napier focuses on this teaching and offers rock solid investment advice.

A Convincing Performance

June 13, 2021 • Dan Londeree

Fasting is a spiritual practice that can help us draw closer to the Lord. But like any good work, it must be done from a sincere heart of true righteousness instead of religious performance. As we examine Jesus's teaching in the Sermon on the Mount and a companion passage from Isaiah 58, we'll see the signs of religious performance and then seek to follow God from a sincere heart.

Your Kingdom Come

June 6, 2021 • Dan Londeree

When we better understand God's kingdom, we can clearly see our active role in His kingdom coming and His will being done here on earth as it is in heaven.

The Secret of Giving

May 30, 2021 • Dan Londeree

It's important to remember that when it comes to helping others, motives matter. Are we giving to be noticed by people, or are we giving to glorify God? In our "selfie" culture, we must ask God to move in our hearts so that our motives are pure.

Love Your Enemies

May 23, 2021 • Dan Londeree

The status of our walk with Christ is revealed by how we respond when we are wronged. Jesus taught that we are to love and pray for our enemies, rather than seek revenge. When we do, we glorify him.

Yes or No

May 16, 2021 • Dan Londeree

Disciples of Christ need to say what we mean and mean what we say. Our God is faithful and keeps His promises, and we must strive to live in such a way that we keep our word. Living with honesty and integrity is the way of Jesus.

Deadly Desires

May 9, 2021 • Dan Londeree

While objectifying women has become the norm in our culture, Jesus made it very clear that when a man looks at a woman who is not his wife with sexual desire, he violates God's design for male-female relationships. Men who follow Jesus must repent of this view of women and value them for who they are as special creations of God.

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