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Sermons - Discipleship

FileTitleReferenceSpeakerDurationDateTagsDescription
Discipleship Matthew 20 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:40:53 1999-12-31 Discipleship
What Do You Seek? John 1:19-51 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:58:11 2014-05-18 DiscipleshipJesusGod the SonChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 013. John the Baptist was content in doing what he was sent to do - to point to Jesus, the very Lamb of God. As men began to follow Him Jesus asked a very important question - 'what do you seek?'
Follow Me Matthew 4:12-22 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:33:21 2014-07-20 GospelDiscipleshipEvangelismFaithRepentanceChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 21. Jesus calls all men to follow Him. There is a difference between following Jesus and being His companion. Which describes your relationship with Jesus?
Fishers of Men Luke 4:42-5:11 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:36:46 2014-08-10 DiscipleshipServing the LordFaithChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 22. At some point in our relationship with Jesus we must realize that this is no mere walk with a friend discussing the events of the day or the matters of the heart. It is not a matter of getting wisdom so we can decide how to move forward with difficult decisions. It is about surrender.
The Heart in the Law Matthew 5:17-20 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:40:48 2014-10-19 DiscipleshipLawBiblical AuthorityChronological Life of JesusLegalismSermon on the Mount Chronological Life of Jesus - 31. (includes passage Luke 6:17-26). We must decide if the riches of this life are enough to put aside the riches of an eternity. Jesus explains His relationship to the Law, and His fulfillment for our sake. Is this life really worth denying the greatest gift ever offered?
Like Sheep Without a Shepherd Matthew 9:35-38 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:31:18 2015-05-24 DiscipleshipEvangelismChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 57. Jesus spent many hours of many days relieving the pain and suffering of those around Him through healing, provision and raising of the dead. But by their nature those miracles last only in the telling. What has lasted is His compassion for the lost sheep, and His desire to send out those to do find and care for them. We are called to pray for people to labor in the field for the sake of the kingdom, but are we like Jesus enough to ask to be put on the list?
From Student to Sent Matthew 10:1-15 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:49:53 2015-05-31 DiscipleshipEvangelismGod the Holy SpiritAuthorityChronological Life of JesusMiracles Chronological Life of Jesus - 58 (with reference to Mark 6:7-13, Luke 9:1-6) Before Jesus sent out the apostles (messengers and ambassadors) to preach and perform miracles (the work of the church) they were disciples (students). This is the same for the church today. Jesus teaches us and empowers us to reach the world with the Gospel. is that a reality in who you are as a Christian?
Fearless Sheep Matthew 10:16-33 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:45:42 2015-06-07 DiscipleshipEvangelismFearChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 59. Do you get nervous or fearful about sharing your faith? Not just what we call 'witnessing'. but stating emphatically why and what you believe? Jesus warns us that there is a basis for the fear - but not a good reason.
The Cost Matthew 10:32-11:1 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:39:51 2015-06-14 DiscipleshipServing the LordObedienceChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 60. To believe in Jesus is the greatest thing we can ever do in our lives. But it is not a casual thing, and requires more than just a warm feeling.
Does This Offend You? John 6:41-71 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:37:46 2015-08-02 DiscipleshipJesusGod the SonFaithAuthorityChronological Life of JesusSufficiency in Christ Chronological Life of Jesus - 064 - Everything that we strive for on this earth can only ever be temporary. But Jesus offers the bread of life which He promises to satisfy us completely and eternally. But He says that He is the only source for this eternal satisfaction. That is an offense to many. Is it to you?
Who Do You Say I Am? Matthew 16:20-33 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:43:16 2015-09-06 DiscipleshipJesusGod the SonFaithChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 070 (With reference to Mark 8:27-30 and Luke 9:18-21) The most critical question we can ask and answer is posed here by Jesus. The result should determine how we live on earth, and will determine where we spend eternity.
Being a Disciple Mark 8:27-9:1 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:40:50 2015-09-13 DiscipleshipChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 071 (With reference to Matthew 16:13-38 and Luke 9:18-27)  In this passage Jesus gives us the strongest description yet of being a disciple. And He gives it in light of the difficulty of His ministry in the remaining months of His life. But what exactly is disciple of Jesus and why is it important to be one.
Continuing in Christ Colossians 3:18-4:1 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:45:20 2015-09-27 DiscipleshipSubmissionMarriageChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 073 If Jesus calls us to take up our cross and follow Him, it can only lead to death to our selves and our sinful ways. But it does not stop there. We are not only crucified in Christ, but resurrected in Him as well. We can walk in eternal life, and be Christlike. We are never just one thing: we are spouses, parents, children, employers, employees - but in all things we are to be one thing - in Christ
Who Is Your Father? John 8:31-59 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:45:40 2015-11-29 DiscipleshipJesusGod the SonGod's WordChronological Life of JesusSpiritual Freedom/BondageReligion Chronological Life of Jesus - 81 - At times we need to lose our religion in order to see our Christ. Jesus points out what bondage looks like in a person that defines their own relationship with God instead of surrendering to Him. What is important to us comes down to who our Father is.
The Cost of Discipleship Luke 9:51-62 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:37:43 2016-01-03 DiscipleshipChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus - 85 (with reference to Matthew 8:18-22). Jesus' heart is for the whole world to be saved. But He in no way wanted to give the impression that following Him would not be without cost.
Determining the Cost Luke 14:25-35 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:47:17 2016-04-10 DiscipleshipObedienceChronological Life of Jesus Chronological Life of Jesus -99. Jesus emphasized frequently the difference between a follower and a disciple; between being around and being committed to a Christlike life. In this passage Jesus makes it clear that there is a cost to being His disciple, and we must determine if it is worth it.
How To Be An Alien-101 John 17:11-26 Pastor Brian Nevins 01:03:14 2017-04-09 DiscipleshipGod the FatherJesusGod the SonGod the Holy SpiritLoveHolinessUnityJoyChronological Life of JesusGlory Chronological Life of Jesus - 144. In His last hours Jesus prayed for His apostles and us, who would hear the word of His Father through their ministry. In this prayer Jesus emphasizes that we are to live in a way that clearly demonstrates that while we are in this world, we are of a very different place. By definition. we are to be aliens in thie world.

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