Listen or Download Sermons


Search for
1 - 6 of 12
04/15/2018Steve Clayton The Cross- The Instrument of Our Salvation
Sunday Selected Scriptures
Annointed speaker today is Steve Clayton. Steve gives several meanings for the word, 'Instrument", with one being,"a device used to produce music." In today's message, Steve emphasizes the significant importance of the Cross (of Christ), and how it is the very dividing line for history (His Story) BC and AD. We need to always focus on the cross in order to live a victorious Christian life. 1 Cor. 1:18; Gal. 2:20; Our testimonies of our salvation through Jesus are extremely powerful! Rev 12:11; 1 Cor. 2:2-5; Heb. 12:2,3; John 19:30; Rev. 16:17 Isaiah 53:4,5. "If any of you wants to be my follower, you must turn from your selfish ways, take up your cross daily, and follow me." Luke 9:23 The instrument of our salvation is the Signature in Blood that was Shed on the Cross by Jesus." Let these three things be your guide for victorious Christian living: 1. Focus on Christ 2. The Object= the Cross of Christ 3. The Power Source: The Holy Spirit
Download Sunday_Steve_Clayton_04_15_18.MP3
04/14/2018Robert Arroyo Signs of the Times
Mes"s Meeting John 3:16
Robert uses the text from John 3:1-16 and zeros in specifically on verses 10-15. This conversation between Nicodemus and Jesus emphasizes the importance of distinguishing between the physical and spiritual aspects of our lives. From here Robert points to the future return of Jesus and for us to be aware of the 'signs of the times'. See Matthew 24:4-14. As we walk out our Christian faith life, let us continually focus on Jesus and His Will, so as to kindle our love for Him, and not 'let our love grow cold".
Download MensMTG_Robert_Arroyo_04_14_18.MP3
04/11/2018Reetha Van Auken Naaman Healed of Leprosy
Wednesday evening 2 Kings 5:1-4
Reetha shares from the book of 2 Kings chapter 5:1-14. This true story takes place in Aram (Syria) and Israel. Naaman, who was the great commander of the army of the king of Aram,had leprosy. He was told through his wife's servant girl, to go see the prophet in Samaria, and he would heal him. However, a letter was sent from the king of Aram to the king of Israel instead. The prophet in Samaria was Elisha, and eventually Naaman made it to his home, but he was insulted that Elisha didn't even come to the door, but gave instructions through his servant for Naaman to wash 7 times in the Jordan and he wouod be healed. Listen in and see the pride and arrogance of Naaman react to this and pay especially close attention to all the words of the servants on both sides of this story. Jesus is always willing to heal. Have faith in Him! See Matthew 8:1-3 and 1 Timothy 1:15-17.
Download Reetha_Wed_04_11_18.MP3
04/08/2018Pastor Ken Lichter Is There a Veil Between You and God?
Sunday Acts 2:42
Pastor Ken springboards from Acts 2:42 where scripture tells us that the first Christians had devoted themselves to the Apostles teaching, fellowship, communion, and prayer, into the main focus of prayer. Emphasizing that we all need desparately to develop a much more intimate relationship with our heavenly Father, and that through prayer... seeking Him daily, and often! According to Scripture, ( Matt. 27:50-51; Mark 15:37,38, Hebrews 10:19-22) we can now enter into fellowship with God through the new and living way - that is through Jesus! "We have veils of our own making, and these veils separate us from entering into a closer relationship with God. There are three things (veils) that hinder us from God's best for us: 1. The Veil of Business (Luke 10:38-41; Matthew 19:16-22) Quote from Oswald Chambers: " The greatest competitior of devotion to Jesus is service for Him." 2. The Veil of Another Love ( Rev. 2:2-5; Exodus 20:3) 3. The Veil of Complacency (Exodus 20:18-20)
Download Ken_4_8_18.MP3
04/04/2018Reetha Van Auken Esther Chapter 10
Wednesday evening Esther
Bible teacher Reetha concludes our Wednesday evening study in the Book of Esther with chapter 10. Prior to our bible study, Reetha shared a short video entitled, " It's a beautiful day, but I can't see it." Also, listen and discover who, in the 1950's, had an evil plan like Haman, to kill the Jews, and yet this person died, as it were, on the very day of the Feast of Purim. Summerizing the first 9 chapters, and now concluding the short but powerful chapter 10, Reetha shares a few scriptures to bring out other references as to how God views people and events to His glory. 1 Kings 19:11-13; Luke 22:50-51; 1 Samuel 16: 6-12. Yes, we see God, so very much a part of this Book of Esther, yet His Name is never mentioned. Our Sovereign God was at work behind the scenes working for the good of His people, as He is today in our lives. Trust in Him always, with all your heart.
Download Reetha_04_04_18.MP3
04/01/2018Pastor Ken Lichter How Much Are You Worth to God ?
Sunday Philippians 2:7,8
This Easter morning (Resurrection Sunday), Pastor Ken brings a heart changing message from the heart of God. He asks the question, "How much are we worth to God?" Listen to this inspired message, (recorded in three parts), and hear the answer to this question. Additional scriptures: Isaiah 53:5,6 and Phil. 3:7,8
Download Pastor_Ken_04_01_18_Easter.MP3

Click Here For Our Podcast Feed