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Matthew 25 Disciples

Matthew 25 Disciples

Jan 2020 - Apr 2020
Sermons in this series
Sun, Apr 12, 2020
Duration: 15 mins 19 secs
The Big Idea: The meaning of the resurrection is the antidote to fear: God is worthy of our trust because God is both willing and able to be with us an for us. "Fearing rightly" is not escaping from fear, but facing fear with courage because we know that in Jesus, God is with us and for us.
Sun, Mar 29, 2020
Duration: 17 mins 16 secs
Sun, Mar 01, 2020
Duration: 13 mins 16 secs
Sun, Feb 23, 2020
Duration: 12 mins 39 secs
The Big Idea: How can we see God’s glory? The disciples glimpsed it in the face of Jesus Christ on the mountain of transfiguration. The early church leader Irenaeus said we can see it in “a human being fully alive.” To live into our calling as Jesus’ disciples is to shine with God’s glory.
Sun, Feb 16, 2020
Duration: 18 mins 20 secs
The Big Idea: What is the purpose of God’s law? The law can be a mirror: revealing our sin in contrast to God’s holiness. The law can be a fence: restraining us from evil and keeping order in society. For Christian disciples, the law is also a sign: guiding us in a life of faithfulness.
Sun, Feb 09, 2020
Duration: 14 mins 21 secs
The Big Idea: How do you recognize a disciple? Jesus says we are called to be like salt, seasoning the world with goodness, and like light, shining for all to see. This is how we fulfill the law and follow God’s way. This is how others can “taste and see that the Lord is good”
Sun, Feb 02, 2020
Duration: 18 mins 43 secs
The Big Idea: What does it mean to be blessed? The Beatitudes suggest that, like Abraham and Sarah (Gen. 12:1–3), we are blessed in order to be a blessing to others. This is a fitting vocation for Christian disciples — baptized into the life of Jesus, in whom God is “well pleased.”
Sun, Jan 19, 2020
Duration: 23 mins 33 secs
The Big Idea: What is the cost of discipleship? John the Baptist prepared the way for Jesus’ coming; he was later beheaded for challenging Herod (Matt. 14). Andrew and Simon (Peter) were the first disciples called by Jesus (John 1); according to early church tradition, they were both crucified. In what way will our own lives require sacrifice if we are to follow Jesus?
Sun, Jan 12, 2020
Duration: 15 mins 26 secs
The Big Idea: Where does discipleship begin? In each of the Gospels, Jesus’ ministry begins at his baptism, where he is claimed as God’s beloved child and anointed with the gifts of the Spirit. The same is true for us. Baptism is the beginning of a lifelong journey of discipleship in Jesus’ name. Today we will remember our own baptism and renew those vows made at the beginning of discipleship.
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