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Sermon from Sunday, June 16, 2024 | That You May Live: The Fire Burning Within | We round out our Ten Commandment series with the offense that is always there, but hard to detect -- the ever-present desire. What desires do we have that we are aware of; and how might we live a life that moves toward a life of contentment? For more information about …
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Sermon from Sunday, June 2, 2024 | That You May Live: The Blessing and Cursing of Words | The previous three commandments were fairly simple and straightforward. But why does this commandment actually involve our neighbor? And of all the ways to image Jesus, the most personal and intimate way might be refraining from speaking. For more information …
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Sermon from Sunday, May 19, 2024 | Most of us don't steal from people, in the stereotypical sense. But what if the way of Jesus goes beyond robbing banks and embezzling money? Jesus calls us to much more than keeping our criminal history clean, and many of us may be more familiar with theft than we think. For more information about Mosaic, visit us…
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What would it take to be the best king or leader? Psalm 72 is a prayer for kings, which in Jesus becomes a song of praise, because he’s the best king. Outline Reading Psalms How Israel ‘sings’ this Psalm How Jesus ‘sings’ this Psalm How we ‘sing’ this Psalm in Christتوسط Daniel Saunders
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What many people don’t realize is that our ministries in life start in our own home. Sometimes we can work all day and give the left-over time and energy to our family, but is that what God is calling us to do? The fact is that if we put God first within our homes, we will be blessed! Everyone plays a role in the family. Whether you're a father, mo…
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A message from Romans 8 by guest preacher, Phil Stolk, Minister of Noosa Presbyterian Church Outline Intro: The voices of the martyr’s If God is for us… Who can be against us? (v.31-32) Who can condemn us? (v.33-34) Who can separate us from the love of God? (v.35-39) More than conquerorsتوسط Phil Stolk
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What many people don’t realize is that our ministries in life start in our own home. Sometimes we can work all day and give the left-over time and energy to our family, but is that what God is calling us to do? The fact is that if we put God first within our homes, we will be blessed! Everyone plays a role in the family. Whether you're a father, mo…
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It looked like the ‘perfect crime’. But the LORD God saw the sin of Israel’s most vile king, Ahab, sin and brought justice. In this message from 1 Kings, we hear the sobering reality that God sees everything, but also his amazing grace, that this is the same God who gives forgiveness and new life to all who trust in Jesus. Outline A Perfect Crime (…
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What many people don’t realize is that our ministries in life start in our own home. Sometimes we can work all day and give the left-over time and energy to our family, but is that what God is calling us to do? The fact is that if we put God first within our homes, we will be blessed! Everyone plays a role in the family. Whether you're a father, mo…
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When it feels like things are on the decline we can easily fall into despair. In 1 Kings we see this with the prophet Elijah, even after God shows his power. In this message, we’re encouraged from 1 Kings to remember that the LORD is God. Outline The LORD lives—in Israel and beyond (chp 17) The LORD is God—but his prophet despairs (chps 18-19) Know…
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Why do things (good and bad) happen? As God’s people are thrown into chaos as they are ruled by faithless and foolish kings, we see the God’s Word remains in control. Outline Foolish and Faithless Kings But God’s Word Reignsتوسط Daniel Saunders
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Sermon from Sunday, May 5, 2024 | God created us, which means God hates when any one of us is objectfied. At the heart of the seventh commandment is this: your neighbor is not an object. The words and ways of Jesus stand against objectifying my neighbor. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online at www.mosaicknox.org…
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Sermon from Sunday, April 21, 2024 | "Do not commit murder," sounds simple enough; but are we aware of the small seeds growing in our heart where we view people as worthless? For more information about Mosaic, visit us online at www.mosaicknox.orgتوسط Mosaic Knox
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We all have stuff we carry around with us. The truth of the matter is most of us have some type of baggage we have collected along the way. It weighs down our relationships with our friends, family, coworkers and neighbors. Often, it can destroy marriages, dissolves friendships, and even damage our relationship with God. In this five-week sermon se…
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Does God’s glory take your breath away? As Solomon’s life comes to an end, we see the breathtaking goodness of God in Solomon’s wisdom, but also the sad way his life ends. It’s an encouragement and warning to us—because in Jesus, one greater than Solomon is here. Outline Breathtaking Wisdom (1 Kings 10) Head-shaking Disobedience (1 Kings 11) Learni…
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We all have stuff we carry around with us. The truth of the matter is most of us have some type of baggage we have collected along the way. It weighs down our relationships with our friends, family, coworkers and neighbors. Often, it can destroy marriages, dissolves friendships, and even damage our relationship with God. In this five-week sermon se…
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Where is God? Where does he live? As God’s temple is built in Jerusalem, we see God dwelling among his people. But even this is only a shadow of the true temple, Christ, and how God dwells now with his gathered people by the Spirit. Outline God’s Place Building God’s House (1 Kings 5-7) God’s Presence (1 Kings 8-9) Building God’s Spiritual (and Per…
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We all have stuff we carry around with us. The truth of the matter is most of us have some type of baggage we have collected along the way. It weighs down our relationships with our friends, family, coworkers and neighbors. Often, it can destroy marriages, dissolves friendships, and even damage our relationship with God. In this five-week sermon se…
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Sermon from Sunday, April 7, 2024 | Most of us are marked by some parental wound. So, what does it look like to honor those who we are so relationally tied to, and yet from whom we experience a void? The invitation most of us know is the one most of us spurn -- honoring those whose wounds we carry. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online…
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As Solomon’s kingdom is established we see God’s promised blessings fulfilled—though cracks show, and so we look to the greater wise king, Jesus. Outline The story so far God’s promises fulfilled through a wise king though, cracks are beginning to show Becoming wise through our wise kingتوسط Daniel Saunders
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We all have stuff we carry around with us. The truth of the matter is most of us have some type of baggage we have collected along the way. It weighs down our relationships with our friends, family, coworkers and neighbors. Often, it can destroy marriages, dissolves friendships, and even damage our relationship with God. In this five-week sermon se…
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