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Archive | June, 2016

Breaking Vows of Faithfulness

Published June 26, 2016

Date: 6/26/2016 Title: Breaking Vows of Faithfulness Speaker: Pastor George Gracie Scripture: Matthew 5:27-32 Play Sermon We live in a culture that has been redefined by the sexual revolution of the 1960’s. This has resulted in a society not only inundated by hyper-sexuality, but also one that permits and approves of almost anything. Jesus calls us to a higher standard that elevates marriage and God’s design for sex within it.

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Are you a Murderer?

Published June 20, 2016

Date: 6/19/2016 Title: Are you a Murderer? Speaker: Pastor George Gracie Scripture: Matthew 5:21-26 Play Sermon We can all agree that murder is wrong. Yet, in the Sermon on the Mount Jesus moves from the outward physical action to calling us to examine the hate and anger of the human heart. Although we may not have committed the physical act of murder, we all can struggle with murder in the heart. It is this heart attitude from which Jesus calls us away.

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Jesus’ Mission & Message

Published June 13, 2016

Date: 6/12/2016 Title: Jesus’ Mission & Message Speaker: Pastor George Gracie Scripture: Matthew 5:17-20 Play Sermon His mission: Jesus says that He came to fulfill the Old Testament rather than destroy it. He not only fulfilled the prophecies of the Old Testament, but obeyed it perfectly where we could and can not. His message: entrance into the kingdom of heaven requires a righteousness greater than that of the Pharisees, who were “experts” at keeping the letter of the law. This righteousness can only come through Christ.

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Saltshakers and Flashlights

Published June 5, 2016

Date: 6/5/2016 Title: Saltshakers and Flashlights Speaker: Pastor George Gracie Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16 Play Sermon The world around us can often seem to be decaying and dark. It is in such a world that Jesus calls believers to be the salt and light of the world in contrast to its decay and darkness.

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