We are in our second week of our series Life in the Spirit. Today we looked at Romans 8:1-5 where we discovered that Our salvation is something God has done, because of our inability to keep the law God gave Christ to be condemned for our condemnation. We pray that this is a blessing to you.
Today we kicked off our series on Romans 8 Life In The Spirit. God's provision for weak, failing, and falling christians is the indwelling of His Spirit. In this message Pastor Raphael examines Romans 7:1-8:2 to show that the law can not save us because we can not keep it.We can not keep it because of the indwelling sin and God's answer is Christ and His indwelling Spirit
In Mathew 22:1-14 Jesus shows us that God’s rule is an invitation is to joy and to transformation we must not reject it but accept it. Listen to this message and hear what accepting and rejecting looks like. Pastor Raphael spends time also focusing on ways to be transformed at City Church. Have a Happy New Year
The gospel is an announcement of peace by God to the undeserving. In this sermon, Pastor Raphael looks at Luke 2:8-120 and shows how the coming of Jesus should result in joy to the world. Jesus is the gift of gifts. Have a Merry Christmas.
This Sunday Guston Birdled us in our first Blue Christmas service. We looked at Luke 2:1-7 and found that we can take confidence in the fact that Jesus came, He cares, and He's coming back. We pray that as you listen to this you discover that even in your suffering, God is worthy of praise.
This week we look at Luke 1:39-56 and examine Mary's response to God. Servants of God rejoice in being used for God’s glory even if it costs them everything. As God did great things for Mary he has also lavished grace on us. We pray this sermon ministers to you. God bless
The advent is celebrating God coming and restoring relationship with us. Jesus is God with us. In this sermon Pastor Raphael examines Luke 1:26-35 where God announces and reveals the coming of Jesus the salvation of mankind. In Jesus we are highly graced. Hope this blesses you have a great week.
In Jonah, we discover that when God sends us on mission, he is extending grace to us and through us. The book finally reaches a climax where God God’s gracious heart for both sinners and the self-righteous shines brightly. We are left at the end of the book with a call to examine if our hearts mirror God’s.