1 Corinthians 15:50-58, 1 Corinthians 11:23-32, Hebrews 8 We were created to live in fellowship with God and one another. But (Adam and Eve, Romans 5:12), Death… Read more “Easter 2021 – The New Covenant”
Building: Cross & Resurrection (2)
Luke 23 & 1 Corinthians 15:35-58 We know from what we have looked at that the Israelite leaders were looking for a way to hand Jesus over… Read more “Building: Cross & Resurrection (2)”
Building: Cross & Resurrection
1 Corinthians 15:12-34, Mark 14:1-11 You are called to salvation and to fulfill your purpose in God’s plan as part of God’s Church. You, as a believer,… Read more “Building: Cross & Resurrection”
Building: The Resurrection
1 Corinthians 15:3-8, 12-28 The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ are foundational to the Christian faith. While this chapter has more to do with the resurrection… Read more “Building: The Resurrection”
God’s Love – Easter 2020
Therefore, when life comes along and shakes you (which WILL happen), whatever is inside you will come out. It’s easy to fake it, until you get rattled. So we have to ask ourselves… “what’s in my cup?” When life gets tough, what spills over? Is it love, is it God’s love that has been poured into you, is it the Joy, gratefulness, peace, and humility found in God’s Love? Or is what is inside of you something not of God: anger, bitterness, or fear that spills out?
We must be filled with God’s love. As a Christian God’s love has been poured into your heart…
3 Choices – 9-29
This moment in the garden was the calm before the storm. I’m sure there was a sense of apprehension in the air. Jesus had just shared what would be His last meal with them and spoke some confusing and difficult truth. Something about betrayal and that He would have to die, that PETER would deny Him!… I’m sure the disciples felt a bit of unease. And Christ, He knew something big was coming, something monumental, something that would change the course of eternity for human kind.
Forgiveness: Guaranteed! 4-21
Today, we not only celebrate the life and death, but the resurrection of Jesus the Christ! Christmas is important, without the birth of our Savior there would be no Easter celebration, but without the Resurrection, we would not celebrate His birth! His birth split time into BC, Before Christ and AD, Anno Domini. But again this would not have happened if Jesus would have been just another good teacher, or religious leader.
Personal Resurrection (4-21)
Sermon by Pastor Luke Seidler Listen here: