Matthew 25: 14-30 ”The Parables of His Return - Part 2”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2022 Sermons

Sermon date: 11/27/2022

Jesus is waiting for the people of His church to do what they can, based upon the ability of each, to prepare for His return.  This parable points out the contribution each servant made with what their master gave them.

Pastor Anthony asks each of us - "Which servant are you?”  Will God say "Well done” to you?

Matthew 25: 1-13 “The Parables of His Return” Part 1

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2022 Sermons

Sermon date: 11/20/2022

Parable of The Ten Bridesmaids – This parable is the story of five foolish and five wise bridesmaids.  Pastor Anthony helps us to understand that WE are responsible for our own spiritual lives and that we are foolish to depend only on ourselves to enter heaven without the power of the Holy Spirit living within us.  He asks us if we have prepared properly for the return of Jesus and encourages us to put all our hope and trust in Jesus Christ.

John 10:10 “The Victorious Christian”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of John, 2022 Sermons

Sermon date: 11/13/2022

The thief’s purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life.  John 10:10

Pastor Anthony helps us to realize how much we gain by living a rich and abundant life in Christ.

Matthew 24:42-51 ”The Believer’s Duty”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2022 Sermons

Sermon date: 11/6/2022

We know from these passages and many others that Jesus is definitely coming back.  Pastor Anthony leads us through these important verses and asks us four questions to help us determine if we are ready.  Listen to understand how the rest of this message unfolds.

Matthew 24: 32-41 ”The Time Of The Lord’s Return”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2022 Sermons

Sermon date: 10/30/2022

We learn today that God looks at things from an eternal perspective and His words stay forever.  Jesus tells us that we should expect His return but only the Father knows that date.  It is up to us to decide if we will be taken or left behind on the day Christ returns to this earth.  We should be doing the work of the ministry and live a holy life while remembering the basis of separation and judgement is believing and trusting in Christ.

Matthew 24: 29-31 ”Now Or Later”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2022 Sermons

Sermon date: 10/23/2022

Do you believe that Jesus will be coming back?  Are you ready?

Pastor Anthony asks us these questions today and explains that even though we don’t know when Jesus will return, we know how He will come based upon Matthew’s passages.  Listen to this sermon to learn what Jesus revealed about His final coming and that we need to get right with God before it’s too late.

Acts 16: 25-34 ”The Simplicity of Salvation”

Posted by fork union baptist in Acts, 2022 Sermons

Sermon date: 10/16/2022

“Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved” Acts 16:31. Pastor Will explains that God wants us to have clarity about our salvation which is the message of today’s sermon.  All who believe in the Lord Jesus will attain their salvation.  

Matthew 24: 15-28 ”The Most Terrible Sign”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2022 Sermons

Sermon date: 10/9/2022

Jesus continues to speak of the end of the age.  He details the destruction, devastation and hardship that will be for all people as this final stage is enacted.  Pastor Anthony digs into these passages and warns that even believers will suffer, but those who remain to the end will be saved.  Listen to this sermon to have some understanding of the warning signs, what Jesus tells us will happen and how we must react.  Just remember, true deliverance is Christ coming back and when He does, He will come like lightning!

Matthew 24:1-14 ”Signs of the Last Days”

Posted by fork union baptist in Book of Matthew, 2022 Sermons

Sermon date: 10/2/2022

In the bible passages read today Jesus reminds us that this world is temporary and only God’s church will stand forever.  As Pastor Anthony reads through these verses, he helps us to understand about the eight prophesies that Jesus foretold to His disciples about the end times and that we need to stay focused as a church and to be unified in God’s truth of repentance.

Psalms 139:23-24 ”Life is Hard”

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Dwayne Phillips asks us today if we've ever done anything bad or had bad things happen in our lives.  In these two passages, the psalmist writes: “Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts.  Point out anything in me that offends You and lead me along the path of everlasting life.”   Are we going to give in to these bad experiences or move on and become a new person who belongs to Christ?

Dwayne encourages us to become ambassadors for Jesus Christ and to live a free life with Him.

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