Matthew 9: 9-13 “Matthew’s Story”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2020 sermons

In this very important passage, Matthew provides his testimony by saying he was a lost cause and unsatisfied spiritually but Jesus knew He could do great things through Matthew.  

When was the last time we introduced Jesus to our friends?  Jesus said "Follow Me" and Matthew did.  We need to follow in the same footsteps of Matthew and bring others to know Him.

2 Chronicles 20: 1-29 “Five steps to Victory”

Posted by fork union baptist in 2020 sermons, II Chronicles
Sermon date 9/13/2020
Are you going through a trial, struggle, or battle like the rest of us?
Pastor Anthony reads these passages from the Old Testament and shows us the "5 Steps To Victory".

Matthew 9: 1-8 “Jesus being Jesus”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2020 sermons

In today's sermon, Pastor Anthony explains there are 3 things to learn in these passages today:

  1. We must be dedicated and willing to do what it takes in our mission of getting people to Christ.
  2. We must acknowledge that Jesus has all the power and authorization to save us.
  3. We must never give up in our mission.

Matthew 8: 28-34 “Demons are Real”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2020 sermons

The devil is still at work in this world and many are trapped under satan's control.  Pastor Anthony teaches us that we need to put on the firm armor of God to keep the devil away and stand firm against his schemes.

We must not be afraid of the cost to us if we can save even one soul!  We are God's prized possession.

Jonah:1-4 “My Saturday Morning Adventures - The Story of Jonah”

Posted by fork union baptist in 2020 sermons, Jonah

Today's guest speaker, Gary Osteen, tells us about the story of Jonah and helps us to understand that a true prophet speaks for God.  When God calls, we must listen and obey.

Do we say thank you to God or are we angry when things don't go our way?  God's goal is not for our comfort but for our character - generosity is always part of God's plan.  We need to share the gospel and walk the path that God asks us to walk.

 

 

Matthew 8: 23-27 “Storms and Miracles”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2020 sermons

Today's sermon encourages us to be true disciples of Jesus by not staying on the shore but by getting on the boat and following Him.  Many ask the question, "why follow Jesus if storms keep coming?"  The answer  is that a "real" follower of Jesus would rather be on a boat in a storm with Him than to experience a storm without Him.  We must call on the Lord to save us.

Matthew 8: 18-22 “Attracted or Devoted?”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2020 sermons

Sermon date 8/9/2020

These passages tell us that the crowd, bible scholars and a disciple were all attracted to Jesus, they desperately needed Him to fix their problems.

-What do we do when Jesus meets our needs?  Do we go back to life as normal or do we take that miracle and follow Him?  
-Are you the type of Christian who only calls on Jesus when you need Him?

Pastor Anthony helps us to understand the differences between being attracted to Jesus and being devoted to Jesus.

Matthew 8: 14-17 “From Sickness to Serving”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2020 sermons

Sermon date: 8/2/2020

 

Today Pastor Anthony reminds us that Jesus bridges the gap between sickness and serving and He is never too tired, distracted or busy to meet our needs.  He can heal us with just one touch.

Matthew 8: 5-13 “Amaze the Lord Today”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2020 sermons

Sermon date 7/26/2020

These verses show us that we must confess our need for the Savior.  Jesus is always willing to heal and cleanse us all.

- Is Jesus the Lord of your life?

- If we are humble before the Lord He will lift us up in honor.

- We must BELIEVE to amaze the Lord.

Matthew 8: 1-4 “Jesus CAN and Jesus WILL”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2020 sermons

Sermon date: 7/19/2020

This passage teaches us that sin has no worldly cure, it keeps us isolated and alone, however we are never too sick to be healed by Jesus.  Pastor Anthony explains that we need to kneel before Jesus, He is never too busy to meet with us, heal us and cleanse us. 

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