Anxiety is a joy kill—the joy of our salvation to be exact. At the surface no one knows Anxiety is bullying us into despair. It overcomes our logic and creates an alternative universe that is set opposite of our victory in Christ. Anxiety tells us “Don’t rest, there is more chaos to come”, but our…
This sermon compares us to the Israel who rejected God for an earthly king. Earthly gain was their focus, but it came with a cost. Those of us today who are apart of the New Covenant of Christ are called to make the same choice between two masters. Matthew 6:19-24 gives us an opportunity to…
What is the purpose of fasting? Why didn’t Jesus teach His disciples to fast but thought enough of the subject to thread it into his Sermon on the Mount? It’s good for us to seek clarity on this particular matter so that all the glory remains with God. This sermon is cited from Matthew 6:16-18
Lead me not into temptation.
Bread is to the body as forgiveness is to the soul.
The Son of God gave us the framework as to which we should pray. Therefore, unpacking each word and phase to follow it is important when we communicate with our Father. There are 6 petitions within this prayer, and this sermon looks begins to unbox what is directed towards God.
Christ was sure to teach us how not to pray before He taught us His framework of prayer. This sermon moves us to prepare our hearts before we address “Our Father who is in heaven”.
Matthew 6:1-4 gives a clear description of how we are to practice our righteousness. Here, Jesus focuses on our giving as a way to expose our hearts as we worship Him.
A perspective on Matthew 5:43-48 that could help you love your enemies in the heat of the moment.
Jesus’s last words on the cross were “It is finished”. Well, what was finished should be our first question. Enjoy this Resurrection sermon.