Messages with tag - kingdom of God

Sun, Dec 19, 2021
Duration: 38 mins 54 secs
Before the Christ was a person, it was a position loaded with anticipation. In Jesus's day, people expected the Christ to be a strong king in the line of David, a holy priest, a prophet; some envisioned two Christs. Regardless, Jesus defied all the expectations becoming a Christ who would suffer for the people to set them free. This secured an eternal relationship with Jesus, whereby we are "in Christ" and he is in us. Indeed, Christ is more than position; he is a person who loves us.
Sun, Mar 08, 2020
Series: Leverage
Duration: 43 mins 7 secs
God gives each of us a set of passions, experiences, skills, and abilities. Furthermore, we each have distinct opportunities to use these gifts (or talents) to uplift others. God-given gifts are not a bragging right, but a stewardship matter. This sermon will showcase spiritual gifts and other talents, imploring the church to leverage them for others in the church and everyday life.
Sun, Sep 30, 2018
Duration: 32 mins 16 secs
Jesus asks us to invest in heaven, not on earth. Earthly investments are corrupting corruptible. Heavenly investments -- people, ministry, justice -- have lasting value. Pastor Ivan reflects on cultural differences between Uganda and the US, but recognizes the universal need to invest wisely.
Sun, Nov 26, 2017
Passage: Hosea 5:1-14
Duration: 42 mins 44 secs
We put too much weight on our politicians (and they too much on themselves). They are not men and women in positions of influence; they are not messiahs. Sadly, we can put more trust in them to solve our problems than God, who sets people in their seats of power. Hosea calls his people to look past politics to find spiritual solutions to spiritual problems.
Sun, Jul 16, 2017
Duration: 43 mins 48 secs
God works in small, steady, slow ways. This the picture Jesus paints of the Kingdom of Heaven in the Mustard Seed parable. The imagery is familiar and relevant. For we prefer the fast and efficient, the big and impressive. We must learn to rest in God's blessed slowness.
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