This message is part of a continuing series on the Gospel of John. In this message, Brother Marty finishes with an exposition of the end of Chapter 2. In this message, Pastor Marty deals with the fact that many who saw the miracles of Christ believed, but only in a superficial, self serving way. The […]
This is the second in a two part series on the natural family of Jesus. In this message Pastor Marty spends time examining the fall into unbelief of the four natural half brothers of Jesus. The unbelief of these young men grows deeper and deeper as Jesus’ ministry becomes more and more confrontational. It is […]
The interactions between Jesus, the man, and his natural family are an interesting study in redemption and consolation. In this sermon, Brother Marty examines the interactions between Jesus and Mary (the mother of Jesus). We see that this relationship appears strained and fractured, especially as Jesus enters his public ministry and becomes a more and […]
Today’s message addresses three statements in the scriptures regarding Jesus as the Lamb of God. In the Old Testament, the question is asked, “Where is the lamb?”, in the gospels we find the statement “Behold the Lamb of God”, and in the book of the Revelation, we find the statement “Worthy is the Lamb.”
Today’s message is a simple message. Pastor Marty presents a message on the importance of truth. In today’s culture, it seems that there is a truth that is right for one person and another truth that is right for somebody else. In this message, Brother Marty asserts that there is but on truth and that […]
In Psalm 51, David makes a heartfelt plea to God to repent of his series of sinful actions that led to his adultery and murder. In this message, Pastor Marty talks about the impact of sin on the offender and the offended.
The gift of exhortation is a Biblical gift that does not just belong to the ministry. This gift belongs to those that are in the pew as well. In Hebrews, we are twice told to exhort one another. In this message, Pastor Marty talks about the gift of exhortation and the role it plays in […]
In Psalm 56, the psalmist tells us that he is under attack, but in spite of the difficulties he had put his trust in God. In this message, Pastor Marty tells us about the things that scripture describes as a being “in God.”
King Nebuchadnezzar, though referred to as God’s servant, was certainly caught up in the sin of pride. In this message on Daniel chapter 4, Pastor Marty discusses the lessons we can learn from Nebuchadnezzar’s esperience.