Sorrow Turned to Joy

The world celebrates death. It does not like the Truth. Learn to love the Truth. We do not know just how great the Light is that He puts in us. We cannot tell what He says. The real world is not all there is. Truth shall triumph. None can take this joy from us. (Revelation […]

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Raised in His Likeness

At the Cross, we died with Jesus. All our sin and corruption was buried with Him. Now, in Him, we have been raised to life. Let us live in this resurrection reality, for we know our Redeemer lives. (Romans 6:3-6; Job 14:14; Job 19;23-26) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon # 11245 11:00 AM on 4/16/2017 P. […]

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Natural life is given to dishonor and weakness. Resurrection life, however, makes us of incorruptible substance. All things about us are now new and we bear the image of the heavenly for He is alive. (1 Corinthians 15:4-6, 40-57) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon # 10822 4/5/2015 (right click -save, to download)  

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People had been brought back from the dead by Jesus. His resurrection was different, however. He arose and is alive forevermore. He was the firstborn from the dead so that death is now defeated. Our Redeemer lives. (1 Corinthians 15:4-6; Job 19:27) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon # 10821 4/5/2015 (right click -save, to download)  

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The King came incognito. Few recognized Him as He took on human flesh. Jesus came to communicate the eternal about our lives, to tell us, ‘you are gods.’ We were made for more than we realize. (Hebrews 1:1-2; Psalm 82:6-7) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon # 10817 3/29/2015 (right click -save, to download)  

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Christianity is nothing without the Cross. Jesus came and He was mocked and belittled. He was also alone. Some, however, knew Him. A blind man cried out, ‘Son of David.’ One who could not see, knew the King. (Micah 5:2; Psalm 82:6-7) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon # 10818 3/29/2015 (right click -save, to download)  

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Jesus faced amazing heaviness, a weight of opposition that maybe drove Him to a point of desperation and insanity. We see Him in the Garden, wrestling with the demonic elements that fought to keep Him from His mission. He prayed through though His human flesh was weak. (Mark 14:32-42; Matthew 26:36-56) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon […]

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The veils of demonic influence was felt by Christ. Prayer won the day as Jesus was strengthened to go on in His purpose. Details and disasters driven by the demonic can push us to the point of insanity, but Jesus has gone through it, too. His victory is ours. (Mark 14:32-42; Matthew 26:36-56) Speaker(s): Thomas […]

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