Monthly Archives: March 2019

Pray to the Lord for Laborers

Jesus gives compassion to the lost and needy, in particular those who recognize their need.  But His compassion exceeds the time and place that the Son of Man occupies.  Thus He answers His own prayer by sending laborers to bring His compassion to others.

Matthew 9:35 – 10:4

Preached Sunday morning, March 31, 2019 by Pastor Brad D. Harris

Grace found Matthew

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus warned that most will not find the narrow gate that leads to eternal life.  But showing unmerited favor, Jesus found Matthew when Matthew was not seeking Him.  And after Jesus rescued him, Matthew sought to bring others to His Savior.

Matthew 7:13-14 and Matthew 9:9-13

Preached Sunday morning, March 24, 2019 by Pastor Brad D. Harris

Authority of Christ

In the Sermon on the Mount, the Way of the King has been made clear by Jesus of Nazareth.
But what authority does this Man of humble circumstances have to claim to be King and Judge with all Authority.  Matthew retells the evidence for the Authority of Christ.

Matthew 7:28 – 9:8

Preached Sunday morning, March 17, 2019 by Pastor Brad D. Harris

Two choices, One Judge

The One Judge over all mankind warns us that we each will face two choices with our life, but only one choice is the way of the King and to eternal life.  We would be wise if we followed his word to the preferred destination.

Matthew 7:13-27

Preached Sunday morning, March 10, 2019 by Pastor Brad D. Harris

Who can judge?

We had some winter weather that kept some people safe at home.  But as you will hear, we are in no place to judge.  Only God knows hearts. Christ is the most competent Judge.  But if you want to hear some of what you missed…

Matthew 7:1-12

Preached Sunday morning, March 3, 2019 by Pastor Brad D. Harris