Jesus teaches us to pray to the Father for daily bread. But what is your "daily bread?" In this sermon, pastor Rob Lane opens up to the Lord's Prayer in Matthew 6:11 to show us why Christ teaches us to pray this way.
Jesus says that Christians should not be hypocrites. In doing so, Jesus points out giving and prayer. To learn more, listen to the latest from the sermon series on the Sermon on the Mount. This sermon is from Matthew 6:1-6.
Perhaps the most challenging command from Christ is to love your enemies. From Matthew 5:43-48, the Lord Jesus tells his followers to not just love the people closest to them but to love those who may intend to harm them. Even more, Christ calls his followers to pray for those persecuting them. Listen or watch to learn more.
Turn the other cheek. Give away your coat. And go the extra mile. What do these phrases have to do with the Christian faith? Listen to this sermon from Matthew 5:38-42 to learn more.
The Pharisaical teaching on divorce created a bunch of cowardly men who did not own their responsibility to care for their wife. Jesus corrects theirs, and our, understanding of marriage and divorce. Take a listen to Matthew 5:31-32 to learn more as we continue through our series on The Sermon on the Mount.
Just like the topic of the Lord’s Table, the subject of baptism can spark debate between denominations, churches, and friends. The oversimplification of the debate is this: is baptism conferred after a child is born, or is baptism for a person who has first made a profession of faith in Jesus Christ? Does the Bible affirm paedobaptism or credobaptism? In this sermon, I attempt to answer the questions.