'Sunday welcome' Tagged Posts

'Sunday welcome' Tagged Posts

Trust Jesus, and Deal to the Bottom!

Normally, we integrate the welcome in with the sermon and provide one file, but we had some recording issues this Sunday. We praise Jesus that he restored the welcome from Psalm 145! Although it’s not a pristine recording, we pray that it will be a blessing to you. Correction January 9: It actually turned out incredibly well, we thank Jesus for His wondrous works!

How to Be Innocent

Today’s welcome is from Psalm 5. Open your Bibles and follow along with Sister Kathryn.

Hearing Jesus

Today’s welcome from Sister Michelle focuses on the parable of the sower. It’s time to no longer let the devil steal from us and allow Jesus full control and He will remove the stones, the thistles and the thorns in our hearts! (We had some recording challenges and lost much of the welcome but believe that it will still encourage you to surrender to Jesus, so we’re posting it.)

Dressed and Ready

Please open your Bibles to Revelation Chapter 16 and make a decision to not allow the devil to come and steal all of the work that Jesus has done in your heart. (Note: We lost the first minute or so dealing with some new audio equipment.)

Understanding Why God Parts the Red Sea

Today Sister Kathryn talks about the purpose of God in parting the Red Seas in our lives, which happens in many times and many different ways once you begin to get serious about following Jesus. Unfortunately we lost the first part of the welcome but listen closely as this will make the sermon much more clearer to your heart.

The Grateful Will See Jesus

Today Sister Kathryn intermingles the promise of Genesis 3:15 with Romans 1 & 2. We need to be continually mindful and thankful of what Jesus has and is doing in our hearts and lives. Listen and be encouraged to fully trust Jesus.

Washing the Feet of the World

Today’s welcome is from John 13 and Sister Michele asks a critical question “Are you willing to come to a place where you’re willing to be washed and fully cleansed by Jesus?” That’s something that Jesus wants to do in our hearts but it requires that same earnestness demonstrated by Peter.

Walk in the Light of Jesus!

Sister Kathryn, following John Chapter 1, talks about walking in the light of Jesus. We must choose to walk in the glorious light of Jesus or walk in the darkness of the devil. It’s a continuous choice that we must make.
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