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by Bart Bornhorst

People are becoming more and more aggressive towards each other. It is extremely apparent by just driving down a roadway. As Christians, we guard ourselves from becoming an aggressive person towards others. Jesus wasn't aggressive.

by Bart Bornhorst

The meaning behind the Days of Unleavened Bread, points us in a direction of how God expects us as Christians, to live our lives. The Apostle Paul often reiterated how the life of a Christian must be different in comparison to his or her life prior to their conversion.

by Bart Bornhorst

The Passover service is a very important event in a Christians life. It's a time to show honor and respect towards our Father in Heaven and our Savior, Jesus Christ.

by Bart Bornhorst

Entering God's incredible Kingdom is a persons greatest aspiration in life! To have the door to God's Kingdom opened to us, God tells us that He has established a prerequisite, to entering His Kingdom. That prerequisite is that all must come to repentance in their life.

by Bart Bornhorst

In Luke 17 the Pharisees asked Jesus, "when would the Kingdom of God come?" Jesus gave them an answer that they didn't expect or understand. As a part of His answer, He told them and His disciples, that life would be very much like it was in the days during the destruction of Sodom.

by Bart Bornhorst

This world is sick, and one day soon Jesus Christ will bring a healing change to our world! The healing touch of Jesus, will affect every part of our world. This healing is forecasted in Isaiah 11, and in the sermon we'll see just how far reaching God's change will be.

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Jesus tells us that we're the "salt of the Earth". What is the significance of this statement by Jesus, and how should it be applied towards a Christians life? In the sermon today, we'll see the message that Jesus was offering to His people.