The Doctor Is In

David denHartog teaches from Matthew 9:9-17.  We are quick to recognize sin in the lives of others, but we are slow to see it in our own lives.  We often think “we’re okay.”  But all of us need a spiritual doctor – the Great Physician.  Last week, the section answered the question: who can forgive […]

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Second Thoughts

David denhartog teaches from Matthew 8:23-9:8.  The subject that weaves itself through Matthew 8 is the power of the Lord Jesus Christ to work in you and through you to reach others.  Jesus is preparing a group of men to go forth into the world as his apostles and disciples to preach the Gospel.  God […]

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Prepare

David denHartog teaches the end of the Sermon on the Mount, found in Matthew 7:21-29.  How do you prepare for difficult days, hard trials, and circumstances beyond our control?  How do you do those days well?  How do you become strong enough to endure the difficult circumstances of life? Additional Scripture references: Proverbs 4:8; Psalm […]

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Choices

David denHartog continues the Sermon on the Mount, with Matthew 7:13-20.  Every day we are faced with choices.  In reality, there are two major choices that we have in life.  Jesus describes these choices and then he gives us a warning about those that might lead us into the wrong choice.  This is the Epilogue […]

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Currency Exchange

David denHartog teaches from Matthew 6:19-24, a continuation of the Sermon on the Mount, helping us to gain an eternal perspective on money.  Once in heaven, we will no longer be able to use the currency that is here on earth.  The size and amount of what we have in heaven is based on how we […]

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Prayer That God Will Always Answer

David denHartog resumes the Behold The King series from Matthew.  Today, we learn from Matthew 6:6-16 what not to do and what to do when we pray.  Jesus also gives us a pattern to follow when we pray.  This pattern becomes the outline and we fill in the subpoints. Additional Scripture:  I Kings 18:42-46; James 5:17-18; I […]

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The Lamb of God

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 […]

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Becoming a Somebody

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 […]

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Thanking God for Simple Things

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.

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