New Years Eve - "Watchful" - Matthew 25
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4M ago
As we anticipate the clock striking midnight and ring in a new year, let us be watchful and expectant for the return of our King Jesus. There are many things that fight for our gaze, but none greater than what Jesus presents in his parable of the ten virgins in Matthew 25. Let us prepare and faithfully persevere in 2024 as we long for His appearing. www.roanokevalleychurch.org --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/roanokevalleychurch/support ..read more
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Advent Series - "A Savior Has Been Born" - Luke 2:1-21
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4M ago
You’re listening to the Roanoke Valley Church Podcast.   It’s Christmas Eve and the long awaited Saviour has been born unto us.  The lowly shepherds were the first to hear this news and we’re told “Fear Not, I bring you good news that will cause great joy.”  Fear not? I’ve never seen an angel face to face, but I’m pretty sure I’d be afraid, too.  But what  about the message the Angel carried?  What is the Christmas message supposed to produce in us?  Not fear; but great joy!  This great news is one that silences even our greatest fears.   www.roano ..read more
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Advent Series - "Mary, Did you know?"
Roanoke Valley Church
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4M ago
You’re listening to the Roanoke Valley Church Podcast.   Today begins our Advent Series with a sermon from Benjamin Hutchins entitled “Mary, Did you know?”  Mary would have known the Messianic prophecy of Isaiah 9, but was struck with fear at the pronouncement from the Angel Gabriel that echoes that very text.  How can this be?  That’s impossible!  But is it? How do we respond to the impossible standards and callings from God?  Can we get to where Mary landed with the words, “Let your words to me be fulfilled?”  Listen in to this sermon to how our hearts can ..read more
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The Good Shepherd Sermon Series: Lesson #10 - 1 Peter 5
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4M ago
Today we conclude our Good Shepherd Series with a sermon from 1st Peter 5.  The Apostle Peter concludes his letter by noting that He has been a witness to the sufferings of Christ and the glory that is to be revealed.  What do you think of when you hear the word glory?  What if I told you that you most likely don’t have what Peter had in mind?  Listen in to how “glory”- Hebrew Kavod -  can be yours by witnessing and joining in the sufferings of Christ.  Jesus, as our Good Shepherd, suffered and his glory was revealed in part with the ultimate reveal coming when He ..read more
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The Good Shepherd Series: Lesson #9 - John 10
Roanoke Valley Church
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4M ago
Today’s sermon continues our Good Shepherd Series in John 10.  This text is one of the most well known passages referring to Jesus as our Good Shepherd.  Here Jesus gives reasons to why He is indeed our Good Shepherd.  Listen in to His bold claims and then consider if you truly have Him as Your Shepherd. Please visit our website www.roanokevalleychurch.org and on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/roanokevalleychurch for more resources, sermons, and links to help you be apart of what God is doing in the Roanoke Valley. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod ..read more
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The Good Shepherd Series: Lesson #8 - Matthew 18
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4M ago
You’re listening to the Roanoke Valley Church Podcast.   Today’s sermon continues our Good Shepherd Series in Matthew 18.  This text provides a transition in Jesus’ teaching from primarily confirmation of His incarnation as the Good Shepherd, to calling His disciples to be good shepherds, too.  Jesus teaches that the Good Shepherd recognizes and acts accordingly to show the value of each sheep.   The Good Shepherd shows costly love to all the sheep whether they go astray or not. Please visit our website www.roanokevalleychurch.org and on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/r ..read more
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The Good Shepherd Series: Lesson #7 - Mark 6
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4M ago
In this sermon our Good Shepherd sermon series in Mark 6 with Jesus feeding the five thousand.   After hearing the news of his cousin, John the Baptist beheading Jesus wanted to find respite along with his disciples.  Grieving, Jesus literally plays the role of the shepherd by providing a banquet for those who are pressed against Him.  This display provides a stark contrast to Israels Shepherd of the day, in Herod Antipas.  Listen in to learn more about Jesus’ banquet of life and how we can imitate His decision to provide life to others. Please visit our website www.roanoke ..read more
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The Good Shepherd Series: Lesson #6 - Luke 15
Roanoke Valley Church
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4M ago
In this sermon we continue our sermon series on the good shepherd by delving into one of Jesus most famous parables in Luke 15.  Because the Pharisees & Teachers of the Law were criticizing him for eating with sinners and tax collectors, Jesus shares 3 parables in 1 to highlight that the Good Shepherd has indeed come in their midst.  This Good Shepherd is calling out to to seek and save the lost and when they hear and are brought back there will be much rejoicing in heaven! Please visit our website www.roanokevalleychurch.org and on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/roanokevalle ..read more
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The Good Shepherd Series: Lesson #5 - Ezekiel 34
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4M ago
Today’s sermon is the from our Good Shepherd Sermon series out of the OT of Ezekiel 34.  The pattern of God's people showcases an unwillingness to learn from previous generations.    God's people are in a constant battle for where they put their trust and affections; their leaders, too, with their shepherding responsibilities have swung from gross negligence to overbearing brutality.  How can we learn from the past and truly turn back to God?  What can break this cycle?  Listen in to how God himself becomes our shepherd.  He promises to seek, find, bring back ..read more
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The Good Shepherd Series: Lesson #4 - Jeremiah 23 Pt.2
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4M ago
Today’s sermon is the from our Good Shepherd Sermon series out of the OT of Jeremiah 23.  We have all experienced bad leadership (shepherding) and we've all failed as leaders (shepherds).  It seems as if we will never provide nor receive the perfect care from the around us.  What hope is there for us?   What if God wrote himself into this narrative and provided the answer?  Listen in to explore the implications! Please visit our website www.roanokevalleychurch.org and on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/roanokevalleychurch for more resources, sermons, and links to h ..read more
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