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Pastor Chris concludes this series comparing a Galilean wedding to the coming of Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of Heaven. Today we learn that the Groom (Jesus) has claimed his Bride (the Church) in the Rapture. And now we’re at the Wedding Feast. In the Bible, Jesus often described the kingdom of Heaven as a wedding feast. All are invited the Wedding Feast but few are chosen. Today’s scripture is Matthew 22:14.
In the penultimate lesson in this series, Pastor Chris Willett continues the analogy of a Galilean wedding with the return of the Groom
God is calling us as individuals and the church to become the Bride of Christ. In the third lesson of this series, Pastor Christ Willett continues the story of a Galilean wedding – the wait for the groom to claim his bride. Key scripture is 2 Peter 3:1-9.
God is calling us as individuals and the church to become the Bride of Christ. In today’s lesson, Pastor Christ Willett continues the story of a Galilean wedding – and that preparation of the Bride and Groom.
Pastor Chris Willett kicks of a new series called the Bride of Christ. From Genesis through Revelation, we see that God is calling us to become the Bride of Christ. In today’s lesson, Pastor Willett sets the scene with a New Testament Galilean wedding, and the meaning of marriage, and what it means to be the Bride of Christ. This study is in Mark 10:7-9
23 But avoid foolish and ignorant disputes, knowing that they generate strife. II Timothy 2:23 One of the greatest tools of the enemy is misdirection, leading us to focus on the wrong things. The Bible cautions the Church that we should not argue or debate silly questions that cause division, strife, ultimately distracting us from declaring the truths of the Bible. Pastor Chris Willett takes us to Matthew 22:15-42 for this lesson. The Bible shares the account of silly questions asked…
What is the work of the Lord? How can we as a church and as an individual know that we are doing the Lord’s work? Today Pastor Chris Willett shares how we can know that we truly are doing the Lord’s work. The focal scripture is Matthew 9:35-38.
One day all of us will stand before Jesus Christ and be judged in one of two judgements. In today’s sermon, Pastor Chris Willett examines Psalm 26, where David prays to the Lord to examine and judge his walk with God. Can we pray with confidence to God right now, “Judge me, O Lord?”
1Bless the Lord, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless his holy name. 2 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits. Psalm 103: 1-2 Let’s start the New Year with a grateful heart. In today’s sermon, Pastor Chris Willett takes us to Psalm 103:1-14 to pause and take an account of the benefits we have because we belong to Jesus.
God expects and deserves gifts from us. Today’s sermon comes from Matthew 2:1-12 & Malachi 1-3, as Pastor Chris Willett wants us to consider, “What kind of gifts do I offer God…with my mind, with my mouth, with my hands? What kind of gifts do I offer to Jesus Christ, who died for my sins?”. To Him who loved us and washed us from our sins in His own blood, and has made us kings and priests to His God…