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Sermons - Hypocrisy

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Acts of Worship - Part 1 Matthew 6:1-4 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:41:00 2014-11-16 Serving the LordGodly CharacterChronological Life of JesusCharityHypocrisySermon on the Mount Chronological Life of Jesus - 35. Our worship of the Lord is expressive should naturally result in extending charity to those around us. But do we 'do good' to impress others and present a false idea of how we really are? Or is our only concern what God sees and thinks of us?
Acts of Worship - Part 2 Matthew 6:5-15 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:49:49 2014-11-23 PrayerForgivenessChronological Life of JesusHypocrisySermon on the Mount Chronological Life of Jesus - 36 Prayer is a vital part of our relationship with God, and integral to being of any value to the kingdom of God. Even Jesus needed to pray. It shouldn't be an act, nor should it be a burden. This is what Jesus says about prayer.
Beyond Judgment to Mercy Matthew 7:1-6 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:47:45 2014-12-28 Chronological Life of JesusLegalismHypocrisyJudgingMercySermon on the Mount Chronological Life of Jesus - 40 (also references Luke 6:37-42). It is tough to strike the right balance between Jesus' commands to be salt and light, and not to judge. It comes down to seeing as Jesus sees which doesn't require the right balance but the right heart.
God's Word or Man's Tradition Mark 7:1-23 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:52:43 2015-08-09 AuthorityBiblical AuthorityChronological Life of JesusLegalismHypocrisy Chronological Life of Jesus - 065 (With reference to Matthew 15:1-20. There is nothing inherently wrong with observing tradition, and can be a great way to remember and honor worthwhile values. But when they are placed on the same level as Scripture, they result in surrendering real change for exterior appearances - and acting the part always leads to legalism. Have you surrendered your love for God to merely playing the part? Hear what Jesus thinks about that.
The What of Hypocrisy Luke 11:37-12:3 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:48:06 2016-02-07 Chronological Life of JesusHypocrisy Chronological Life of Jesus -90 One of the hallmark's of Jesus' ministry on earth was to break down the barriers between man and God. Some of the most passionate events were the chastisement of those who, by their actions, kept people from a relationship with the Lord. It challenges us today to ask if we walk according to our beliefs, or are we guilty of the hypocrisy that Jesus hates.
The Why of Hypocrisy Luke 12:1-12 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:48:42 2016-02-16 God the Holy SpiritHolinessFearChronological Life of JesusHypocrisy Chronological Life of Jesus -91 - Hypocrisy is based in fear. A fear of man more than a fear of God. One can only be a hypocrite before man. Jesus warns us of the dangers of hypocrisy and why the love and grace of God makes it foolish.
The Importance of One Luke 15 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:53:28 2016-04-17 GraceForgivenessRestorationChronological Life of JesusHypocrisy Chronological Life of Jesus -99 Jesus responds to the criticism of the religious leaders that He received unworthy people by providing three well -known and well loved parables. Each described how important we are to God.
Losing Our Religion For the Sake of the Truth - Part 1 Matthew 23:1-13 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:34:58 2016-11-06 Serving the LordLeadershipChronological Life of JesusLegalismHypocrisy Chronological Life of Jesus 124 - We can easily get caught up in a religion created by men because it is easier to be doing than to be trusting. Jesus exhorts His disciples to true faith instead of false religion; to desire to be servants instead of masters - for such is the kingdom of God.
Losing Our Religion For the Sake of the Truth - Part 2 Matthew 23:11-39 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:53:43 2016-11-13 Serving the LordGiving / TithingChronological Life of JesusHypocrisyHumilitySpiritual Freedom/Bondage Chronological Life of Jesus 125 (with reference to Mark 12:41-44). Jesus gives us a clear choice of following reiligious restrictions, which lead to bondage, or following Him, which leads to life.

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