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James 1 and Matthew 5. Sometimes it’s difficult to ask for God’s will to be done because we can’t see the whole picture and we are not in control. But if we realize that God’s will will be done, one way or another, we can release everything to God and just say “It is well with my soul.” God is the one thing that never changes in both good and bad weather.
Deuteronomy 11. Fouad Faris share’s about the importance of living out what we profess to believe if we desire to have Kingdom impact on our families and a watching world.
Mathew 13. Dale Kuehne explores Jesus’ parables about the kingdom of God and what it looks like for us to truly pray and live in response to the phrase “Your kingdom come.” Each week this sermon series includes the display of banners based on the Lord’s Prayer, painted by Dr. Kuehne’s daughter Leah. You can see each week’s banner on this post or see the whole collection by clicking here.
Acts 15. In this chapter a great debate comes to a head in the Jerusalem council, do the Gentiles need to convert to Judaism to be saved? If not, then what requirements are placed on them? Dale Kuehne shares his personal list of 6 guiding points, not specific laws, that help him to pursue a life of holiness and remain centered in the mission Christ.
Acts 14. There was nothing supernatural about Paul and Barnabas. How did they heal a man who couldn’t walk, or preach boldly in the face of persecution? They lived as if God’s promises were true (because they are), and His power was made available to them as they trusted Him to accomplish His purposes and fulfill His promises.
Acts 13-14. Dale Kuehne explores why the gentiles in Pisidian would have been so drawn to the message Paul shared. How can we share the gospel like that today? The song by Martyn Joseph shared during this message, “Whoever it was that brought me here…” can be found at the following link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/whoever-it-was-that-brought/id384144810
Acts 13. Paul and Barnabas conducted themselves in such a way that almost entire city gathered to hear them. What will it take for us to reach the “whoie” city” where we reside?
On January 11th, 2015, Christ’s Church had the opportunity to watch a pre-recorded sermon from Kyle Idleman, preaching pastor at Southeast Christian in Kentucky. We do not have permission to post the video or audio here. You can listen to or watch this message by visiting the following link https://www.southeastchristian.org/sermons/grace-greater-than/grace-mistakes/ This message is copyright 2014 Southeast Christian Church. Christ’s Church of Amherst makes no claims of ownership of this material found at this link.
Matthew 2 and Isaiah 49. Dr. Kuehne contrasts the sense of entitlement in our culture with the fact that God does not owe us anything. Yet in His grace, we see that He gave the gift of His Son not only to His people Israel, but to all the nations. We must continue to share that gift with others.
Luke 2, 14, 17, 19. Guest speaker Vicki Kardos speaks about Jesus’ acts of compassion and mercy towards the poor, unclean, “sinners” and socially outcast. As followers of Jesus we are called to the same mission and must beware of neglecting or shutting people out because of our judgements and lack of compassion.
Isaiah 9. Dale Kuehne shares a Christmas Eve meditation, concluding our Advent in Isaiah series.
Isaiah 53, Revelation 12. Dale Kuehne draws upon Isaiah’s suffering servant prophecy to remind us that we have all gone astray. It was for our sin that Jesus came into this world to die for our redemption. We did not deserve this act of love, and so we must extend this same grace to all of mankind, even those who we consider worse sinners than ourselves.