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    December 09, 2018
    Advent Scripture:
    Psalms 130:1-8
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    Speaker: John Moon - Psalm 130 was uniquely used in the life of John Wesley. He was a pastor, a minister, who was yet unconverted! It is well known that he was struck forcibly by reading of the introduction to the book o...
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John - That You May Believe
Sun, Jan 07, 2018
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50 mins 37 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - Chapter 8 continues Jesus’ declaration of who He is. At the Feast of Tabernacles, part of the liturgy was very probably Zechariah 14:5b-8 (. . . And there shall be a unique day, which is known to the LORD, neither day nor night, but at evening time where shall be light. On that day living waters shall flow out from Jerusalem. . .) Jesus had stood up during the Feast of Tabernacles, first declaring, “I am the living water.” Then in our text for today (John chapter 8), He declares, “I am the Light of the World.” Jesus’ statements were very clear connections to OT prophecies. He was claiming to be the Savior and promised Messiah.
Textual Criticism
Sun, Jan 07, 2018
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29 mins 39 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman
Standalone Messages
Sun, Dec 31, 2017
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36 mins 8 secs
Speaker: John Moon - Today as we finish 2017 we will look at the closing of Paul’s letter to the church in Philippi. This letter is a very encouraging little letter to this church that he loves very much. The church in Philippi was the first church that Paul planted in Europe. You can read the story of how that happened in Acts 16. It’s just an unbelievable story. If you read through the letter, it’s very obvious that Paul has great affection for these believers in Philippi. Most of the letters in the New Testament are full of correction and reproof. This one is not. Overall, this is a very positive letter. In fact, it’s arguably the most positive letter that Paul wrote in terms of what he wanted to say to the church. So his purpose in writing this letter is to encourage them. He’s in jail when he wrote it, so he wanted to encourage them. But then he also wanted to give them some instruction and thank them for a gift of support that they had sent him while he was in prison. Paul is going to deliver one of the most treasured promises in scripture with a masterful stroke. “My God will supply every need of your according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” May God give us future grace to rest in his supply to his Glory as we look into the New Year. Main Movements 1.My God 2.Your Need 3.His Riches
Advent
Sun, Dec 17, 2017
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49 mins 50 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - The Servant of the Lord (whose words are prophesied in Isaiah 61) would be the ultimate preacher and the Redeemer of Israel who rescues them. Jesus speaks of the initial fulfillment of this promise, referring it to His ministry of providing salvation’s comfort to the spiritually oppressed (Luke 4:18-19). He quotes from Isaiah 61:1-2 and says specifically, “Today this Scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing.” He was claiming to be the Messiah who would bring good news of great joy to all people, to all who will believe in His name. May the Lord fill our hearts with joy this season as we consider the Messiah, Jesus.
Advent
Sun, Dec 10, 2017
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53 mins 7 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - In Isaiah's time, Israel had a long, persistent history rebellion, immorality, cruelty to the poor, and idolatry. By the time we get to Isaiah 40, Israel was about to be destroyed as a nation. Life was insecure, with major superpowers of the day fighting for control of the region. This chapter is addressed to those who are in exile and it is a message of comfort and consolation. As captive people in a foreign land, it was easy to get lost in distress and discouragement. When the people focused on the horizontal plain, doubt and fear seemed overwhelming, so the prophet looks at the people and says, "Behold your God," he is coming to comfort his people. In whatever distress or difficult situations we might be facing this Advent season, the call of the prophet rings true today just as it did long ago. We too must behold our God and find comfort in his presence!
Advent
Sun, Dec 03, 2017
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53 mins 9 secs
Speaker: Will Galkin - The word “advent” simply means “the appearance of a notable person.” In the Christian calendar, it refers to the arrival of Christ. His First Advent is a reference to His incarnation and Christmas. His Second Advent is a reference to when He comes again. So, we are people who reside between Advents. We look both ways. As we look back we celebrate the birth of Jesus and as we look forward we long for the blessed hope and glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ. We, like the disciples of Mark 13, find ourselves asking the same questions. How long, Jesus, until you come back? How will we know when you will come for us? Yet, while no one knows the exact day or hour of His return. We find ourselves realizing that our only hope is His return. Through the words of Christ, we will see that His second coming will be obvious, comforting and motivating.
Standalone Messages
Sun, Nov 26, 2017
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54 mins 17 secs
Speaker: Danny Brooks - God the Father has made promises to God the Son that must be fulfilled before the end of the age. The Apostle Paul took the promises of Isaiah 52-53 as the basis for his gospel ambition and specific geographical strategies for mission and evangelism. He believed that God would fulfill those promises through his ministry as he left the familiar and established places of ministry for the unreached peoples in lands beyond. These same promises are still being fulfilled in our day. God intends to motivate us and provide direction for our ministry, not only in the Salt Lake valley, but also into regions beyond.
Standalone Messages
Sun, Nov 26, 2017
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34 mins 22 secs
Speaker: Danny Brooks
Standalone Messages
Sun, Nov 19, 2017
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50 mins 48 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - In Matthew 16:13-20 we see the first mention of the word “church,” and it comes from the mouth of Jesus, the Head of the church. Jesus uses this word to refer to an assembly of followers that he would build to proclaim his name and spread his blessing to the people of the earth. The heartbeat of Christ is described in this passage – he expresses his desire to build his church. What wonderful news when he says that he wants to use faith-filled disciples in the project. May he embolden each of us to herald the gospel and may he encourage each of us invest in his work.