Matthew 21: 28-32 ”What It Takes To Enter God’s Kingdom”

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

Sermon date: 6/5/2022

Today's sermon is about the Parable of the Two Sons. Jesus was in the temple when the priests & elders questioned Him by asking "By what authority do you do all these things?  Who gave you the right?”  In Jesus’ reply, He gives two commands: “Go” and “Today”.

Pastor Anthony helps us understand that we are to be workers in God’s vineyard by way of faith.  Listen to this sermon to learn more.

Matthew 21: 23-27 ”The Tragedy of Stubborn Unbelief”

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

Sermon date: 5/29/2022

Today's passages tell us that Jesus returns to the temple and shows us the stubbornness of the religious leaders, how they were stuck in tradition by following rules. They did not believe they needed God's grace and had to care about the salvation of others.

Will we choose today to deny Christ or confess that He is our Lord and Savior?  Listen to Pastor Anthony to find out how we can soften our hearts and receive God's salvation.

Matthew 21: 18-22 ”Jesus Gets Hangry”

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

Sermon date: 5/22/2022

These passages from the book of Matthew are a continuation from the events in the temple where Jesus shows us what should take place in the temple of God.  Jesus cursed a fig tree because it did not bear any fruit and it died.  Each of us needs to have enough faith to proclaim the word of God to others, this is how we bear fruit for Jesus!

Matthew 21: 12-17 ”God’s House”

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

Sermon date: 5/15/2022

In these passages, Jesus speaks about the House of God, how it should be used and what should take place in it.  The house of God takes care of the sick and is where wonderful things happen both spiritually and physically.  Pastor Anthony reminds us that we should be like the children in the temple, we should make noise and praise Jesus!

Psalm 138: 1-18 ”It’s a Mother’s Theology”

Posted by fork union baptist in Psalms, 2022 Sermons

Sermon date: 5/9/2022

For you formed my inward parts: you knitted me together in my mother’s womb.  I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.  Wonderful are your works: my soul knows it very well. 
Psalm 139: 13-25

Today’s sermon tells us who God is and focuses on three main points, 1-God knows us intimately, 2-God is with us constantly and 3-God made us wonderfully.  Pastor Anthony speaks to us today about understanding the nature of God.

1 Corinthians 15: 1-10 ”The Rest of the Story”

Posted by fork union baptist in 2022 Sermons

Sermon date:  5/1/2022

After the crucifixion, doubt and unbelief still takes hold of the apostles.  When Jesus appeared to the apostles on the third day, He said "Rejoice, do not be afraid".

Guest pastor Buddy Woodson leads us through these passages and tells us the rest of the story and what follows the empty tomb.

Matthew 21: 1-10 & 16-20, ”Back to the Cross”

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

Sermon date: 4/24/2022

Guest pastor Gary Osteen asks us today "What is your mission statement?"  Listen to what he has to say about the Great Commission and making disciples of Christ.

Revelation 1: 13-18 - ”The Image of Christ”

Posted by fork union baptist in 2022 Sermons

Sermon date:  Easter Sunday 4/17/2022

Pastor Anthony asks us today “How can we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus if we still see Him as a man?”  In these passages from the book of Revelation, the Lord instructs John to write these words to the church and they become part of the gospel.  They focus on the church, for the church is the light of the world.  Listen to this sermon to learn the meaning behind these revelations and how we can come to see Jesus as the resurrected Christ.

Matthew 21: 1-11 “Jesus is Deliberate”

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

Sermon date: 4/10/2022

Palm Sunday, in Jerusalem, Jesus begins His last week on earth.  Why did Jesus deliberately enter Jerusalem where He knew he would be crucified?  Pastor Anthony shows us through several passages in the bible that Jesus fulfilled many prophesies during this week.   He endured all the suffering and humiliation to save us from sin because He loves us.

Matthew 20: 29-34 ”Jesus Can Save The Desperate”

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

Sermon date: 4/3/2022

Pastor Anthony's sermon today is about 2 blind men sitting on the side of the road who shouted to Jesus "Lord, Son of David, have mercy on us!"  These two men believed what they heard about Jesus and acted upon it.  They refused to be silent and they were persistent.

We must search for Jesus with all our hearts for without faith it is impossible to please Him.  For he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him.  

How deep is your faith?  Do you continue to learn and seek Jesus?

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