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Bethesda Christian Church Sermon of the Week

The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI

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Bethesda is a church with a long history and exciting future. For 90 years, we have endeavored to be true to scripture and introduce people to Jesus Christ. Our foundation is built on the concepts of KNOWLEDGE, RELATIONSHIP, and DESTINY.
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We fail to be bold in the present when we fail to remember what God has done in the past. We also fail to move in the present if we're only looking in the past. We must move forward into what God has for us, and it takes each and every one of us to do so.由The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI
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We have been reflecting on God's faithfulness these past few weeks. In today's message, Pastor Pat talks about what the future holds for Bethesda. We will continue to follow the mission and vision that Jesus gave to his disciples. Jesus is the faithful builder of His church.由The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI
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Through the wonder of technology, we get to hear stories of how our church was founded by our second lead pastor, the late Brother Jim Beall. The constant theme throughout the message is our desperate need for the Holy Spirit in our lives. Light the oven!由The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI
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You can't be great in the kingdom unless you are connected with the kingdom. Greatness in God's kingdom is not about position and power. It's about relationship and attitude. What's one characteristic of children that could help you on your journey of faith?由The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI
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Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life." Culture will tell you there are many ways to get to the Father and to get to heaven. However, Jesus tell us in John 14:6 that, "No one comes to the Father except through me."由The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI
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Sometimes we don't get a miracle. Sometimes God does not respond as we expect. Be a seeker, especially when a crisis comes in and rocks your faith. God does not tremble at our questions. God doesn't mind our questions when we come sincerely seeking. Your faith had a beginning, now build your faith.由The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI
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Luke 20:25 He said to them, "Then give back to Caesar what is Caesar's, and to God what is God's." Jesus spoke of a human government, and a higher order above human government, God's government. Jesus used a coin to remind his adversaries of a timeless principle: We've been made in the image of God. We bear God's image. The question we have to ask …
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Jesus responded to the Pharisees and teachers of the law in Matthew 5 saying, "I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance." Sometimes we see ourselves as the Pharisees. We believe we are righteous on our own, however, all are in need of repentance. As Christians, we share the same mission, to call sinners. Jesus sacrificed His…
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Our pain and loss can sometimes prevent us from seeing God. We often will go to someone or something to give us relief. Jesus is standing there calling out to us. He is the resurrection and the life. Mary Magdalene heard him and responded. Will you?由The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI
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Jesus promised that he would not leave us alone, and that promise was fulfilled with the Holy Spirit. The promise wasn't to only have the Holy Spirit within us, but that we would be empowered by the Holy Spirit. The power is there, available. How available are you? How open are you to welcoming the connection? In times of trouble, when doubts rise …
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As Christians, we are called and empowered to be a witness wherever we go. There is an adversary that wants to prevent us from being a witness to those around us. Our ability to conquer and overcome our adversary is through faith and obedience to Jesus Christ.由The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI
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In Jesus, we are all one. Jesus made it possible by giving his life on the cross as a sacrifice for the sin of the world making it possible for all to receive forgiveness. It is possible for all to enter, but there is only one way. By faith, believing that Jesus has opened the way. Galatians 3:28 "There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor…
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In Jesus, we have received a new heart, spirit, outlook on life, new way of living and that includes how material resources are handled. The early church excelled in the grace of giving. It was in response to what Jesus has done. The generosity of the Holy Spirit resulted in their generosity to one another. An act of worship yielding everything to …
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In follow up to last week's message, Pastor Pat talks about how even though the world has changed since the first century church, Jesus Christ and His word has not changed. We should love and accept with a zeal that reflects the love and compassion of Jesus. We cannot allow the heart of man to define the heart of God.…
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Focusing on getting the impossible can take our focus off of what God truly desires. God's will for us is to recognize Him in the good and the bad, the possible and the impossible, in the best of times and the lamentable times. The conclusion is "all things are possible" within the context of God's purpose and will for you and for humanity.…
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What is the legacy that you are leaving behind? The answer to today's hard question is: "Yes...It will continue" but you get to decide "what" will continue. Deuteronomy 6:5-7 "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them …
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God uses suffering to open us to a greater and larger view of who he is, to see his glory, and to see his love instead of wrath, instead of "or else" punishment. Pastor Pat builds off of last Sunday's message by contrasting the last verse of Malachi with the last verse of Revelation. Revelation 22:11 "The grace of the Lord Jesus be with God's peopl…
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Jesus challenged us in Matthew 15 with the same words in Isaiah 29 saying our hearts need to be engaged, not just what we say or how we act. Don't let your serving become duty. Take time to nourish your heart by spending time with the Lord in your own personal life.由The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI
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Seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night all signify a start and finish. In this message, Pastor Pat talks about how it takes time to receive a harvest. God is faithful in every season. As long as the earth remains, you can count on the promises of God.由The weekly podcast of Bethesda Christian Church in Sterling Heights, MI
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