We start in on a new sermon series on the Life of Abraham. This week we think about the journey of Abraham, the promise to Abraham, and the seed of Abraham. We learn that we are blessed in order to be a blessing.
Jesus concludes the Sermon on the Mount with a challenge to all those who would listen. Hear his words AND obey his words because he is the rock we should build our lives upon.
As we approach the end of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus warns that his Kingdom people must never fall into the dangers of false-profession, self-deception, and relying on showy ministry for their salvation. We all must know Jesus.
Jesus gives an alter call towards the end of his sermon calling people to a narrow road through the narrow gate and warns against those who would lead people astray.
The Golden Rule has been called the topmost peak of social ethics…the Everest of all ethical teaching. This week we take a look at this one verse and think about what Jesus is really calling his followers to be and do.
Anxiety is the normal state of being for most people in the modern era. But Jesus said, "Do not be anxious about your life." Our friend Pastor Jim Angehr stops by to help us understand this hard teaching from Jesus better.
Jesus encourages his Kingdom people to ask, seek, knock. To be in persistent prayer knowing that our good Heavenly Father loves to give His children good gifts.
We all have the tendency to look at the lives of those around us and to look for everyone else's faults and shortcomings. It is an easy way to feel morally superior to others. Jesus teaches another way to go about our relationships with others.
What if a man who claimed to be God really did rise from the dead? Wouldn't that change everything? Wouldn't that change the very nature of how we see reality and how we should live?
What is fasting according to Scripture? What does Jesus have to say about fasting? We take some time and think about this under-utilized spiritual discipline this week.
Jesus takes some time in the sermon on the mount to teach us how NOT to pray and how TO pray.
Alan Popoli, who is part of our the Liberti Network Church Planting Cohort, preaches on what the Christian's heart ought to be like when giving to the needy.
It is hard for anyone to give up their rights. Jesus calls his followers to give up the right to retaliate, the right to our stuff, the right to our time, and the right to our money. Instead, he calls us to love our enemies.
Why is Jesus so against oath taking? What does that even mean? This week we find out why Jesus followers need to be people who speak the truth.
In this part of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus challenges his followers to have a deeper understanding of lust and divorce than the common religious teaching of the day. Jesus desires for us to be free from lust and committed to our lifelong marriages.
You've heard it said.....but I say to you..... Jesus begins a series of teachings challenging his followers to dig deep and have a righteousness that surpasses the scribes and pharisees. We look at the first of these teachings and ask the question, "Are you a murderer?"
What does Jesus mean in the Sermon on the Mount when he says, "I did not come to abolish the Law and the Prophets, but to fulfill them." In this Sunday's sermon, we do a deep dive into this.
Jesus calls his kingdom people and his church to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world. We dive into this high calling in this week's sermon.
How can persecution and suffering be a blessing for the church? Well, this is what we dive into this week at Liberti Church Northwest.
In our third sermon in the Beatitudes we examine three virtues that are true of God and should be true of God's Kingdom people. If we are God's people we should treat people as He does.