Speaker: Guest Speaker

Deuteronomy 6:1-9

Deuteronomy 6:1-9

Anatoliy Sapsay from Innovista Ukraine helped us remember that God was for us! God wants good for His people. God does not want us to blindly follow Him but to know and love Him. Anatoliy also reminded us that we are responsible for guarding our hearts. We guard our hearts, first of all, by not forgetting all God has done for us. Secondly, we guard our hearts against empty ideas and philosophies that lead us away from God. Paul reminds us of this same thing in Colossians 2:8: “See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world rather than on Christ.”

Psalm 42, 43

Psalm 42,43 – Guest Speaker – Dr. Chad Brand

God Cares For Us

Sastry Meesala
Psalm 23

1) God is Our Provider (Psalm 23:1-3)
Psalm 111:5
Psalm 36:7-9
Matthew 6:25-33
Philippians 4:19

2). God is Our Protector (Psalm 23:4-5)
Psalm 46:1
Psalm 27:1-14
Psalm 3:5-8
Psalm 91:1-2

3). God is Our Future (Psalm 23:6)
Psalm 100:3
John 10:10-11
Jeremiah 29:11

Father, Forgive Them… (A Sanctity of Life Sermon)

Luke 23:32-38
The people around Jesus stood condemned even though they were ignorant of their sin. Ignorance of the law does not excuse the offense, so humanity stands condemned also; but, just as Jesus, dying on the cross, offered forgiveness for those killing Him, so He offers forgiveness to us who are ignorant of the consequences of our sin, specifically in the case of abortion.

Due to technical issues, the first half of the sermon was not recorded.

Jesus Provides a Better Sacrifice

Hebrews 10:1-18
Sometimes, religious people get frustrated because they cannot live in the holy manner they wish. And sometimes, religious people judge those who live outside of the church’s influence. This frustration and improper judgement materializes because of not understanding that Jesus is the only valid sacrifice that satisfies God’s demands.