David denHartog wishes to give us a deeper appreciation or broader knowledge of one of the titles given to Jesus, in order enhance our worship of Jesus this Christmas season. Jesus is called “The Lamb of God” twenty seven times in the book of Revelation. Pastor David uses Revelation 5 as a base to explain […]
David denHartog begins our Christmas series, “And He Shall Be Called ….” How can we have joy during this Christmas season, when for so many of us there is hardship, depression, despair, or even just busy-ness and stress? In Isaiah 8:22-9:7, God gives us a promise and person so that we might have joy and peace. […]
David denHartog teaches on Matthew 6:1-6 and 16-18. We all have a desire for significance – to be somebody. The question is: to WHOM do you want to be somebody? Jesus tells us that to pass muster with God, even your motives are important, not just your actions or your heart. He wants us to […]
David denHartog gives a short, devotional type sermon from Ecclesiastes 2:24. We can thank God for the simple things and enjoy them. As we do that, it leads us back to remember the glory of God and praise Him more.
David denHartog continues explaining Jesus’ teachings from the Sermon on the Mount, here in Matthew 5:21-26. The Bible indicates that anger itself is not sinful in other passages, but how you respond to anger can be sinful. This passage helps us understand how we can deal with our anger in a Godly way. Additional Scripture […]
David denHartog explains Matthew 5:17-20, the expansion of the Beatitude “pure in heart.” God desires that we might be great in His kingdom, not greatness as the world believes it to be – with glitter, glamour and fame. How can we achieve the greatness that this text talks about? Scripture References: John 8; 1 Corinthians […]
David denHartog again picks up the message series on Matthew titled “Behold the King,” continuing the Sermon on the Mount. In Matthew 5:13-16, Jesus teaches that believers are to be salt and light. Pastor Dave explains the principle, product and more behind these two metaphors.
David denHartog continues the Together series by asking the question: Why? Why are community groups important? Using I Corinthians 12:14-27, he makes two important points, answering the question: Why? Additional Scripture References: Acts 2:42; I Thessalonians 5:11; Romans 15:14; Romans 12:10-13 Recommended Reading: Come and See, by Todd Wagner
The mission of CBC is to make disciples, from Matthew 28:18-20. How do we get there? Acts 2:42 lists four elements of the early church that are vital to our becoming mature delivers. David denHartog explains each briefly, but focuses on the aspect of fellowship. If you neglect fellowship, it will stunt your growth. What is […]
David denHartog begins a new series titled, Together. The series is designed to help Cleburne Bible Church understand what we are seeking to weave into the fiber of our church. It is together that we accomplish God’s purpose for our lives and the church. Colossians 1:24-29 helps us realize three primary points regarding the purpose of the […]