Broad Road Behavior// Matthew 7:13-14// In the NRV as it is Heaven, Sermon on the Mount Series
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3w ago
2 gates, 2 roads, 2 destinations. Jesus invites us into his Way of life, the road that leads to Life. Will we join him ..read more
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God Gives Good Gifts// Matthew 7:7-12 & Mark 16:1-7// Resurrection Sunday// Sermon on the Mount
New River Valley Church
by New River Valley Church
3w ago
“Ask, seek, knock” Jesus teaches us, because God gives good gifts. When we experience unanswered prayer though, we may begin to question this goodness of God. At the resurrection, we see Mary, Mary and Salome experience an open door. This open door teaches us that God does indeed open the door and he does give good gifts ..read more
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A Confronting King// Matthew 21:1-22// PALM SUNDAY
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3w ago
Today we walk through Jesus’ triumphal entry as King into Jerusalem, his escapades in the Temple, and his cursing of the fig tree. None of this was random. On Palm Sunday we are confronted by the King and challenged to respond with vulnerability and repentance ..read more
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Scarcity versus Abundance// Matthew 6:19-34// In the NRV as it is in Heaven, Sermon on the Mount Series
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by New River Valley Church
3w ago
Jesus teaches us "Do not worry..." This is a hard teaching. We are constantly faced with worry and anxiety about money, time, and stuff. This is fueled by a spirit of scarcity which Jesus terms "Mammon." How are we to be a people of abundance, in the face of scarcity ..read more
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The Lord’s Prayer// Matthew 6:5-15// In the NRV as it is in Heaven, Sermon on the Mount Series
New River Valley Church
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3w ago
Kameron Body teaches us about encountering God in prayer, not performing for others ..read more
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Become Love// 1 Corinthians 13// 1 Corinthians: The Power of the Cross
New River Valley Church
by New River Valley Church
2M ago
Paul encourages his hearers to embark on the 'treacherous mountain trek' of becoming love. When Jesus took on flesh, he perfectly modeled love for us. By his love, we need not seek after self-love, but rather we are empowered to become love for God and for others ..read more
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Teammates in the Gospel// 1 Corinthians 9:19-17// 1 Corinthians: The Power of the Cross
New River Valley Church
by New River Valley Church
2M ago
Corinth was an epicenter of athletic completion, strict training, and competing for a crown. In such a culture, Paul uses these images from every day life to paint the picture for God's people. We are to be teammates in the gospel of Jesus - training ourselves to be like Jesus for the sake of others. And the crown that will given to us shall never perish, spoil or fade ..read more
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Live Your Calling// 1 Corinthians 7:17-24// 1 Corinthians: The Power of the Cross
New River Valley Church
by New River Valley Church
2M ago
How do we follow Jesus in this world despite our circumstances? Paul's exhortation to the Corinthians is to "live as a believer in whatever situation" you find yourselves... Live your calling. When we find our identity in the One who calls us, we are able to let go of shame from our circumstances, tell our story, and see God move ..read more
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Rethinking Resurrection// 1 Corinthians 15:1-8// Easter Sunday
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by New River Valley Church
2M ago
Today we look at the early Christian teaching that Jesus was the Christ, that he died for our sins, and that he was raised on the third day. Today we ask, is this all true? Was Jesus who he said he was? Was he a liar? A lunatic? A legend? Or was he really the Lord, did he really raised to new life? And if so, is he really Lord to us, or do we treat his teachings more like lies or lunacy ..read more
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What Do You Want Me to Do for You?// Mark 10:46-11:10// Palm Sunday
New River Valley Church
by New River Valley Church
2M ago
Every year on Palm Sunday we celebrate and remember Jesus' triumphal entry. Today we look at one man's reception of Jesus as King contrasted with the crowd's desire for a kingdom... The question for us is, "What do you want Jesus to do for you?" Do you want his kingdom without him as King ..read more
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