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Sermons - Judging

FileTitleReferenceSpeakerDurationDateTagsDescription
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.
Kingdom Parables Part 2 - Corruption Matthew 13:24-43 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:39:46 2015-03-22 SinChronological Life of JesusJudging Chronological Life of Jesus - 51 (reference to Mark 4:30-34). Everything that God creates Satan seeks to corrupt. It is most tragic when he is successful in corrupting the church. These well-known parables of thw wheat and tares, the mustard tree and the leaven show the reality of corruption in the world and the church and how Jesus wants us to deal with it.
Kingdom Parables - Part 3 Matthew 13:44-52 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:47:32 2015-04-12 GraceChronological Life of JesusJudgingMercy Chronological Life of Jesus - 52 (reference to Mark 4:31-32). Jesus describes the extent of the love of God in these final kingdom parables. He then issues us a command to let the world know of this great love.
God's Word In His Time John 7:1-35 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:41:51 2015-11-01 Biblical AuthorityResting in the LordChronological Life of JesusJudging Chronological Life of Jesus - 77 Christianity is judged by its appearance and not with an understanding of the spiritual realm. Jesus continually faced the same thing during His ministry. In this first part of the chapter, He provides spiritual principles for those who face from the religious and the skeptic.
Losing Religion to Find Jesus John 9:13-41 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:39:35 2015-12-13 Chronological Life of JesusLegalismJudgingMercyMiraclesReligion Chronological Life of Jesus - 83 - Religion based on man's expectations always leads to missing out on a relationship with God. Jesus uses the healing of a blind man, not only for the man's salvation but also to make the distinction between the laws of man and the love of God.

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