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How does the Bible counsel us to live well under government authority if we lack confidence in that government, or feel that they’re abusive of their authority? Fortunately for us, this is not a new issue for Christians. We will look at Jesus’ advice to “give back to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and give to God what is God’s” as well as Paul’s int…
 
Unless we understand Christ as our “Cornerstone” we will always choose the wrong hill to die on, and these days there are plenty of hills to choose from. Thank you for joining us for this sermon as we look at Jesus’ Parable of the Tenants from Luke 20 and the significance this teaching has on the early church and for us today. May we choose our hil…
 
Learning to trust in God’s judgment has a profound effect on how we respond when we are hurt by others. The recent discovery of the unmarked graves of children in the residential schools has surfaced new, painful emotions for us as a nation, and especially for those victims of the residential schools. Locally, we are grieving the tragic loss of Sai…
 
We’re looking at how to respond to God’s grace with a religion of gratitude. This looks a lot different than what we’ve come to expect of religion in North America, and it may just be the key to reclaiming the “religion that our Father accepts as pure and faultless.” (see James 1:27). The post On a Religion of Gratitude appeared first on Princeton …
 
Many of us wonder, or even worry about Hell. We may believe we’re on our way there, or afraid for loved ones who have pre-deceased us. This morning, we’re looking at Jesus’ parable entitled “The Rich Man and Lazarus” and what it has to teach us about heaven and hell, and the kind of people we’re likely to find there. The post The Rich Man and Lazar…
 
Luke 16:1-15 What does it mean to spend your money well? How can we keep ourselves from being ruined by our money and possessions? These are questions Jesus addresses in the Parable of the Shrewd Manager. Tune into today’s sermon, to hear what the Bible says about being a “shrewd manager” of our worldly resources. The post Parable of the Shrewd Man…
 
Jesus is willing to give you a radically transformed life, but are you ready and able to follow him? This week, we’ll examine the cost of discipleship as Jesus lays it out in Luke 14:25. If you’re enjoying this content and would like to join us live, we are meeting Sundays at 11:00am in the church parking lot, PHO restrictions permitting. The post …
 
Without the resurrection, Christianity simply would not exist. All of Jesus’ life, the miracles he performed, and the claims he made about himself would be pure nonsense without the resurrection. History would have long ago forgotten about the zealot who claimed to be the Son of God, but lacked the capacity to save himself from death. It’s only whe…
 
Welcome! Thanks so much for taking the time to tune into this week’s sermon online.* This week we’re looking at the nature of Jesus’ quiet confidence in God, and how we too can face our worries or struggles with a quiet confidence in God. The verse for today is from Luke 13:31-35. Other references include: Psalm 118:20-26 Isaiah 31:5 Luke 19:36 You…
 
In this sermon from Luke 13:22, Jesus address the question from the crowd of “Who can be saved?” Will there be lots or just a few? Of course, the real question, and the one Jesus addresses, is not just who can be saved, but how can I be saved? Join us today for a look at Jesus’ controversial answer to this question as we address Jesus’ exclusive cl…
 
The Kingdom of God is a huge biblical theme with tremendous implications for us today. We don’t often appreciate how important this theme is for understanding who Jesus claimed to be and what he claimed to be about. Today we’ll explore this theme through two short parables Jesus taught with, and look at what it means to embrace the Kingdom of God i…
 
The world has a lot to worry about: vaccines, masks, social distancing, bubbles, church gatherings, even symptoms of the common cold are more worrisome than they’ve ever been (we were even pretty worried about toilet paper for a while there!). With all there is to worry about in the world we can’t afford to leave the Bible closed. Jesus has some gr…
 
This week, we’re on part two of our series on the Apocalypse, this time offering perspective on prosperity from the Parable of the Rich Fool. We will examine Jesus’ warning to avoid all kinds of greed and what is meant by being “rich toward God”. This sermon is from Luke 12:13-21. The post Apocalyptic Perspective on Prosperity appeared first on Pri…
 
“No Time For Hypocrisy” from Luke 12:1-12. The apocalypse seems especially relevant today, especially in light of our relatively recent global concerns around the pandemic and the political unrest in the states. We’re diving back into our series on Luke to do a short series on the Apocalypse from Luke chapter 12 and how Christ suggests we might liv…
 
If you pondered for a moment on what your greatest need is, would it be a list of things going on in your life? Like financial help or guidance in your marriage? Maybe even physical healing? or would it be the forgiveness of sin? In this passage we look at today Christ shows us that our greatest need is forgiveness. The post Coming to Terms With Yo…
 
One of the most radical characteristics of Jesus is his humility. The Son of God, knowing who he was, where he came from and where he was going, had been given all things by the father and by these things he came and served. Join us as Jesus sets an example for us to follow calling us to be marked by humility. The post Set apart by the characterist…
 
Jesus didn’t cheat! He overcame sin and temptation with the same tools and resources that the rest of us have. Listen in as we go through Luke 4 and learn about the over coming power of the Messiah in the dessert and how his obedience carved a path to the victorious life for us. The post The Jesus Documentary: Temptation appeared first on Princeton…
 
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