Sermon January 12, 2014: Year of consolidation (Part 3)

Ley us begin our meditation this morning. You've already read this moment where Abram after coming from Egypt gets to Bethel, offers an altar to the Lord that he already had established there and blesses the Name of God, and kind of consecrates himself, and worships God which I've said it's almost like a new beginning, a new journey after an interlude in Egypt.  Read More »

Sermon January 5, 2014: Year of consolidation (Part 2)

I want to connect with the sermon that I started on New Year's Eve and I think it's a vision inducing sermon that provides a framework for us. We wanted to talk about some of the things God has for us, some of the things that God wants to do in the life of our Congregation so, you know? I started and I know there are still many things that God wants to speak to everybody, those who were not able to be here to also be able to participate. So you know, I really wanna take a little more time this morning to continue developing the sermon.  Read More »

Sermon December 31, 2013: Year of consolidation

I wanna share with you a Word from the Lord tonight, a Word which I hope will bring a point of reference in the sense of a, like a framework for what I see the Lord calling us to in this coming year.  Read More »

Sermón November 10, 2013: There is a great hunger for Christ nowadays

I would like you to join me looking up a verse that I hope you have memorized, John 3:16 so we are going to read it all together English and Spanish doesn't matter, we are all going to read it at the same time, ready?: "For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son so however believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life."  Read More »

Sermón October 30, 2013: Be a practitioner of the word of God and not just a listener

James, Chapter 1, and you’ll remember some of the things that we’ve been talking about. In verse 18 the Apostle James has been speaking about the importance of the word of God that has given us life. As a consequence, we have to acknowledge how important, how sublime that word of God is. We should always treat the word of God with great reverence. The word of God is unlike any other word and the Apostle James in verse 21 says that it is capable of saving our souls, that is how powerful the word of God is.  Read More »

Prophecy October 23, 2013 given by Tom Demaree

Five minutes ago the Lord gave me a Word. Earlier this afternoon your Pastor and I were talking and I was telling him about another Pastor who lives in one of those captain houses, how many know what I'm talking about? there is old homes where the navy captains live in those homes and on the roof, they are three stories tall and then on the roof there is a deck for the captain to be able to go up and look out to see. Active duty.  Read More »

Sermón 23 de octubre 2013: Judgement or revival?

Judgement or revival. Listen to Hosea, chapter 4 verse 6: “…My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge, because you have rejected knowledge I also will reject you from being priest for me. Because you have forgotten to law your God I also will forget your children…” This generation has seen more atrocities with children than any western country in the history of the world. Perhaps any country in the history of the world, but I’m not qualified and haven’t done the research to vet that statement.  Read More »

Sermon October 16, 2013: The king’s heart is in the hand of the Lord

When I was asked about sharing tonight, the Book of Esther came to my mind and the story that she lived. The connection that I make is that if you read the Book of Esther it’s about a time when the power takes of the nation at that time the governmental direction was going in one direction. But along with this political drama or line or history, or movement, there’s a parallel movement, the spiritual movement of God that also begins to work at the same time at another level.  Read More »

Sermon October 6, 2013: The 3 stages of implementing a vision - build, affirm and enhance

The Lord has placed in my spirit what I call 'horizontal sermons' and by horizontal I mean sermons that are not necessarily too mystical or too spiritual but really, they are of course founded in the Word of God but they also speak about aspects of the practical life of a believer. So we aren't focused on any particular character or text necessarily but just the Spirit of God overshadowing the entire theme that we are addressing.  Read More »

Sermon September 25, 2013: The feast of tabernacles

The feast of tabernacles. It’s in the Bible and it starts in your favorite book Leviticus. God told the people of Israel to celebrate his festival and he told them during the feast of tabernacles, to sacrifice 70 bulls. Now why did he tell them to sacrifice 70 bulls? Because there were 70 nations given en Genesis, chapter 10, so the Jewish people of old days, understood that the 70 bulls represented the 70 nations. So the feast of tabernacles is known as the feast for all nations and one day you’re all going to go to Jerusalem and celebrate. Alleluia!  Read More »