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 […]
Dean Elliott explains the title Jesus most often used, Son of Man. He was God, but he took on all aspects of humanity. While this is very difficult to understand HOW this is possible, Dean explains WHY its necessary. Scripture References: Isaiah 9:6-7; Matthew 8:1-3; Luke 19:1-10
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 […]
Members of the CBC Family shared how God has used ministries and community of Cleburne Bible to transform lives: Stephen and Amanda Burdett. Nina Mangrum. Russ Buford. Nora Reyes. Dan and Mary Olson. Skyler Heald. Paul and Shelby Osbourne. Rebecca West. (Please note, the testimonies have a low volume level. You may need to make adjustments […]
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.
Dean Elliott teaches from Matthew 5:38-48, part of the Sermon on the Mount. This section is correlated with Matthew 5:7, “Blessed are the merciful.” There are two things to look at – a negative form of mercy and helping up your enemy (which looks crazy), and then we see why.