Sermons by Scott Muir

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From the Heart – Matthew 14:34 – 15:20

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Much that passes as Christianity is not actually Christianity. Many think they know what pleases God, but they’ve been fooled into believing something that is less than the gospel. Today we see Jesus confront people like this and it will help us examine if our hearts are truly right with God.

Satisfied – Matthew 14:13-21

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Is God generous or is he keeping the good things from us? Without a doubt he is generous. If you cannot see this, you don’t really know God. Today you will see God’s generosity through Christ as we meditate on the feeding of the 5000.

Sell the Lot – Matthew 13:44-46, 51-58

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Complete this sentence: “I’d give anything to have ….”. Jesus speaks to our deepest desires when he challenges us to think about what we’d be willing to give up anything for. Today we tackle this question and explore that which Jesus tells us is priceless.

A Resting Place – Matthew 13:31-34

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Is Christianity on the way out? Some would have us believe so, but both the statistics and the infallible Word of God tell us otherwise. Today we will see not only how the Kingdom of God is growing in the world but also how it is good for the world.

One Heart in Our Community – Acts 4:32-37

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Church is a community we are part of. It’s not¬†always perfect, but it is God’s plan for us to love, serve and pray for one another as part of His church. Today that’s what we’re turning our minds to as we finish off our short series in Acts 3 and 4 – the church.

One Prayer for Our City – Acts 4:23-31

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Prayer is a very natural human instinct, especially when hard times hit. But do we know how to pray well? We are blessed that God’s Word gives us many examples of prayer to learn from. Today we will learn from the early believers in Acts 4.

One Message We Proclaim – Acts 4: 1 – 22

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We have a glorious gospel and a world that needs to hear it. God’s chosen instrument to take the gospel to the world¬†is his church. Today we will consider having the conviction, the confidence and the courage to do it.