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December 2012 - January 2019
Sun, Jan 27, 2019
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38 mins 25 secs
Speaker: Jonathan Jarrett - It’s no wonder you’re not at peace today! How can you have peace when you’re at war with the God of peace? You’re fighting for control with the God who will give you the peace you so badly want! It’s a question of who is going to reign in your heart. And when you allow God to reign, he not only reigns, he not only controls, but he protects. He guards. The very peace he possesses becomes a garrison of soldiers surrounding your soul, keeping you safe.
Sun, Jan 20, 2019
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45 mins 59 secs
Speaker: Jotham Manoranjan - In our passage this week Paul raises a rhetorical objection to the Gospel of Grace. If salvation is by grace along apart from any works of man, does that mean that a Christian can live a life that pursues sin? Paul does not address any opponents specifically, nonetheless, the question arises because Christians (or perhaps Jews) had often raised this objection to Paul’s gospel in the course of his ministry. Is license the logical outflow of the grace that Paul proclaims? The passage presents Paul’s response to this question. Paul remarkably uses the imagery of baptism to drive home the reality of salvation and the Christian life. Paul does not give way to license of legalism, but points to the greater truth of Christ redemptive work.
Sun, Jan 13, 2019
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52 mins 26 secs
Speaker: Jared Mitchell - As we seek to reach our community, our friends, our co-workers, and our family with the gospel, one the greatest questions we can ask is, “What is Jesus’ perspective of the lost?” “What was his mindset towards people that weren’t His followers?” Matthew 9:9-12 points us to three powerful perspectives of Jesus that will encourage and help us impact the people that God has put in our day to day lives who don’t know Him. The first truth we see in this passage is that Jesus went out of his way to show love lost people. His love towards those who were lost had no limits. Secondly, we see that He was simply their friend. Jesus made a point to spend time and hang out with lost people. In fact, he had a reputation for being a “friend to sinners.” Lastly, Jesus saw lost people as sick spiritually and in need of Savior. How amazing would it be if we followed Jesus’ perspective of the lost? It would be life changing! Let’s pray that the very love that Jesus has for us and others motivates us to do the same by His grace!
Pastor Jon Kopp
Sun, Jan 06, 2019
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52 mins 59 secs
Speaker: Jon Kopp - In the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon systematically uncovers the emptiness in all of life’s pursuits. Wisdom, folly, work, leisure, money, possessions, success, power, pleasure, control and understanding—all of life—will leave us empty without God at their center. In today’s text, Solomon he has turned his attention to the pursuit of a relationship with God, and he uncovers that in life under the sun, even a pursuit of a relationship with God can leave us empty. But, Solomon doesn’t uncover the problem only to leave us in frustration, he uncovers the problem to point us to what truly matters—even as we approach God Himself. What is the One thing truly matters above all else? “The end of the matter, all has been heard, fear God and keep His commandments. For this is the whole duty of man.” (Ecc. 12:13)
Sun, Dec 30, 2018
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27 mins 54 secs
This time of year, with its holidays and fast approaching new year, lends itself to a natural season of reflection. And with that reflection, we once again feel the highs and lows of the past year and face a range of emotions regarding the new. Oftentimes, life feels like a roller coaster. And right about now, you may be wishing for a solid and foundational place to rest. 1 John is written so believers might know they have eternal life and also live like they have eternal life. In the very middle of the book, John gives three foundational truths that are critical for all Christians to grasp – the assurance of their adoption into God’s family, their future freedom & hope, and their present moral struggle. In preparation for this coming Sunday, we encourage you to read 1 John 3:1-3.
Sun, Oct 28, 2018
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36 mins 46 secs
Speaker: Jotham Manoranjan - Toady we take a break from our regular series in the book of Habakkuk and study of passage from 1 Corinthians. We are introduced to a gospel-centric account of Paul's missionary journey to Corinth. Paul characterizes his time in Corinth as a time of weakness and fear, and yet we see the miraculous work of God in building up his church. We see evidence of the spirits working in bringing those who are blinded and lost to the light of the glory of the Gospel. Join us today as we study the life of Paul, his message, am a conversion of the believers at Corinth.
Sun, Sep 30, 2018
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35 mins 6 secs
Speaker: Josh MacAvoy - We have all heard it said, "familiarity breeds contempt." Our days are filled with tasks and habits so familiar, that we can almost perform them mindlessly. Of all the routines ion each week, our worship and response to God should never be take for granted or treated with contempt. This Sunday, we will look at Psalm 95, where God's people are exhorted to respond to God in anything but a routine fashion. Psalm 95 guides us along through exuberant praise, reverent contemplation, and a very timely warning regarding our response to God's word. In preparation, you can prayerfully consider Psalm 95 and Hebrews 3:7-4:13.
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
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.
Sun, Nov 26, 2017
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34 mins 22 secs
Speaker: Danny Brooks