↓ Download Service Folder 19th Sunday after Pentecost James 4:7-10 Introduction: Some time ago, back before I attended MLC. My pastor at my home congregation and I were working with a prospect member. She was a younger woman who had come in with her boyfriend, he was a member of our church. It was a…
5th Sunday after Epiphany, Matthew 5:13-16
So, nourished by His grace again this morning live as who you really are: the salt of the earth, the light of the world.
4th Sunday of Advent, 2 Kings 20:12-19
And that’s what it means to self-deprecate, to be a gospel humble person: to see everything as a gift from God and glorify Him for it.
15th Sunday after Pentecost, Luke 14:1, 7-14
The key to a humble life, the key to a self-forgetful life is taking to heart what Jesus calls you here. He calls you “righteous.”
9th Sunday after Pentecost, Philippians 3:4-11
“For you know that it was not with gold or silver that you were redeemed…but with the precious blood of Christ, a Lamb without blemish or defect.”
5th Sunday after Pentecost, Romans 3:19-28
He didn’t just die for your sins, He also lived perfectly for you. Because of Jesus you already are perfect, that’s your identity, that’s your status, you are a child of God, an heir of eternal life.
3rd Sunday in Lent, 1 Corinthians 10:1-13
When I think I’m fine, when I think I’m good on my own, when I’m tempted to become proud. I need to hear, “Be careful that you don’t fall.” I need to hear that I can fall from the faith so I don’t become careless and indifferent.
Ash Wednesday, Luke 18:9-14
We deserve God’s punishment for our sin. But because of Jesus, no matter how sinful you have been, you will life with Jesus forever. Go home today justified – declared not guilty.