2022-03-06
How to Be Wise and Not Foolish
Today we are welcoming back David Sona as guest speaker. Chaplin Dave will be concluding Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount with today's message. This passage is very appropriate for the conclusion of His sermon. In this passage, Jesus is going to challenge His hearers to make a decision regarding His words. Virtually all religions around the world claim that Jesus was a good teacher. However, Jesus challenges the idea that He is merely a good teacher. Jesus wants us to put into action what He has said. So, let’s hear what He has to say from Matthew 7:24-29.
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  • 2022-03-06How to Be Wise and Not Foolish
    2022-03-06
    How to Be Wise and Not Foolish
    Today we are welcoming back David Sona as guest speaker. Chaplin Dave will be concluding Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount with today's message. This passage is very appropriate for the conclusion of His sermon. In this passage, Jesus is going to challenge His hearers to make a decision regarding His words. Virtually all religions around the world claim that Jesus was a good teacher. However, Jesus challenges the idea that He is merely a good teacher. Jesus wants us to put into action what He has said. So, let’s hear what He has to say from Matthew 7:24-29.
  • 2022-01-23The Lord’s Prayer
    2022-01-23
    The Lord’s Prayer
    The Lord's Prayer (also referred to as the "Our Father" by Catholics) was given during Christ's well-known Sermon on the Mount. Surprisingly, these words are recorded in only one of the gospels (Matthew 6:9 - 13). A similar, but not exact, version of these verses is given by the Lord at a different time (Luke 11). The Matthew 6 version of the prayer was given after he chose twelve men to be his apostles (Luke 6:12 - 16) and was offered to a large and diverse crowd of people (Luke 6:17). The Luke version of the prayer was given by the Lord in response to a disciple wanting to be taught how to talk to God (Luke 11:1).