Order of Worship February 28, 2021 Welcome and Call to Worship Song – “Ever Be” Song – “Good Good Father” Song – “Revelation Song” Communion Message, Pastor Josh Argubright Matthew 7:15-20 Matthew 7:15-20 15 “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. 16 You will recognize them...
Sermon Tag: Sermon on the Mount
You say there is only one way to heaven? What if I am on the wrong road...but well meaning and sincere?
The Golden Rule that Jesus taught is fundamentally different than any other philosophically teaching of its kind through history. What Christ taught was an action phrase that requires us to step into others lives. It is much easier to just not cause someone pain than in “everything” do them right. It is much easier to avoid than give, to isolate than surrender, to ignore than care. How can anyone truly implement this golden rule? – The answer of the gospel is that you must start with God – greatest command “love God and love people”– start with God
When we pray a prayer of faith, and pray it in the power of the name of Jesus, and it is not answered, do we draw near to God, or back away from his presence?
How can we be as it says in Philippians 4, anxious for nothing when there are so many things to be anxious about? There are many pieces to that puzzle: contentment, a thankful heart, good friends, good counsel, a good doctor, and remembering that God knows you and loves you because you are his creation!
In this next section of the sermon on the mount Jesus is calling his followers to a life of keeping our focus on the Father not on those around us.
Forgiveness for your enemies and love for your enemies is more about your relationship with God than it is with your enemies.
How do we communicate with our neighbors and what does our communication say? What do the Beatitudes say? How are we meant to respond?
Jesus people, followers of Christ are known by what they do to help the world flourish. When the Gospel impacts our lives, we IMPACT the world. We strive to be salty and to shine.
Blessed are you who are persecuted. What does that look like? How can you be blessed in persecution?