Sermons 2020
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"A Disposition of a Heart for Jesus
Sunday, July 26th  by Rev. David Fisher
Scripture: Matthew 25: 31-46

     Thought for the day: “Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” Leo Buscaglia

"Coming Back Again - Part 4"
(The Millenium Kingdom)
Sunday, July 19th  by Rev. David Fisher
Scripture: Revelation 20: 1-6
The Millennial Reign of Christ

    Revelation speaks of Christ reigning for “a thousand years” when Satan is bound and some of God’s people come to life to reign with him (Rev.20:1-10). Christians have interpreted this millennium in one of three ways:
(1) Amillennialists believe that the thousand years in Revelation 20 is figurative language, showing that the reign of Christ from heaven is presently being fulfilled in the church age and will continue until the return of Christ. In this view, all the end-time events, such as Christ’s return and the final judgment, happen at once.
 (2) Premillennialists believe that, long before the final judgment, Christ will first return and establish his millennial kingdom—that is, his reign as King over all the earth for 1,000 years. Withing this view there are various views of the timing of the great tribulation (whether Christians will go through it or will escape it by being suddenly removed from the earth before the tribulation begins), and of whether the 1000 years is a literal or a symbolic number.
(3) Postmillennialists believe the millennial reign of Christ will be ushered in after remarkable gospel progress establishes Christs reign on earth, not with Christ physically present but with the majority of the world obedient to him, and that at the end of that “millennium,” Christ will return in bodily form to reign over the new heavens and new earth forever.

"Coming Back Again - Part 3"
(A Dragon, A Beast and the Mark)
Sunday, July 12th  by Rev. David Fisher
Scripture: Revelation 13

     The Book of Revelation was written to seven churches one of which was the church at Ephesus. (Rev. 2:1-7). Prior to receiving a copy of the Revelation they would have read Ephesians 5:8-21 by the apostle Paul.

"Coming Back Again - Part 2"
(Unmistakeable Signs the End is Near)
Sunday, July 5th  by Rev. David Fisher
Scripture: Matthew 24:36-51
"Coming Back Again - Part 1"
Sunday, June 28  by Rev. David Fisher
Scripture: Matthew 25: 1-13

   When Jesus appeared to his disciples in the upper room after his resurrection his first words to them were, “peace be with you”. The word we often translate for peace is “Shalom” which conveys the meaning, “peace, harmony, wholeness, completeness, prosperity, welfare and tranquility.” It is also used as a means of saying hello and good-bye. 
    A prophetic friend near the end of the 2019 kept receiving a word from God. The word was short and simple: “Do not fear.” If someone tells you do not fear, you anticipate that there is cause to fear. Since then COVID-19 hit and fear has saturated the media and so many aspects of our lives and world. 
     Believers in Christ should read and affirm Psalm 23:4 “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; For You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me.” To walk in God’s Shalom we need to say and affirm in our hearts the Presence of Jesus for us. It will anchor us in an unstable world

"Quite the Father"
Sunday, June 21  by Rev. David Fisher
Scripture: Exodus 3: 1-21

     Remember the words of the psalmist who said "Give thanks to the Lord, call on His name; make known among the nations what he has done." Psalm 105: 1

"3 Parables - 1 Story"
Sunday, June 14 
Guest: Gary McKellar

Scripture: Luke15

     Mark Mittelberg co-author of Contagious Christianity reminded us that, “evangelism is the one thing we can do now that we can’t do in heaven.” God wants more kids for His Kingdom and happeens here in this world God which God loved. That is why he sent Jesus.

"Radical Christian Orthodoxity"
Sunday, June 7 
by Rev. David Fisher
Scripture: Acts 2: 22-47
"The Dividing Line Has Fallen"
Sunday, May 31 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Acts 2: 1-21
"What the Ascension of Christ Means for Us"
Sunday, May 24 
by Rev. David Fisher                

Scripture: Acts 1: 3-11
"Son of Man, Messiah Come to Judge"
Sunday, May 17 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Matthew 25: 31-46
"Jesus Glorified"
Sunday, May 10 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Matthew 17: 1-9
"Finding the Truth Beyond Deception"
Sunday, May 3 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: 2nd Corinthians 4: 1-6

     Deception is a spiritual Matter; it is rampant today. I want people to be able to question to think, question and pray such that we will not be deceived.

"Holiness or it's Alternative"
Sunday, April 26 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: 1st peter 1: 13-25
"What if it's Not True"
Sunday, April 19 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Acts 2: 14, 22-32
"That's My King, Do You Know Him?"
Easter, April 12 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Matthew 28: 1-10, 18-20
"Good Friday Old Time Radio Show"
April 10 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: from the Crucifiction Story
"Betrayal of a Friend"
April 5 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Matthew 26: 14-30

     What is Palm/Passion Sunday? What does that mean? Jesus Christ, the world's most influential figure, a week before being crucified, recieved a hero's welcome from a rag tag crowd of palm bearing pilgrims. they strewed both cloaks and palm branches upon the ground and shouted the now familiar words, "Hosanna, Hosanna in the highest!"

"Do You Believe It"
March 29 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Hebrews 11: 1-6
"Rest from Jesus"
March 22 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Matthew 11:25-30
 "To Good to be True"
by Rev. David Fisher
Scripture Romans 5: 1-11
     The Gospel of the grace of God awakens an intense longing in human souls and an equally intense resentment, because the revelation which it brings is not palatable.There is a certain pride in man that will give and give, but to come and accept is another thing. I will give my life to martyrdom, I will give myself in consecration, I will do anything, but do not humiliate me to the level of the most hell-deserving sinner and tell me that all I have to do is accept the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ.

"The Lost are Found"
March 8 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Luke 15
     In the act of Baptism we say yes to God. We recognize that God whom Jesus knew as His Heavenly Father has become our Heavenly Father.
We acknowledge Jesus to be our Saviour and the Lord of our lives. We will witness, and pray to support those who wish to make a public declaration of their faith through the sacrament of baptism. 

"Worship None 
      - but the Lord Your God Alone"
March 1 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Matthew 4: 1-11
     In the Christian Calendar Lent begins in winter but also as spring is approaching. It formally begins on Ash Wednesday, marked in somber reflection on our own mortality and remembered with ashes applied to the foreheads
of believers with the words, “dust to dust, ashes to ashes, from dust we have come and to dust we shall return.” Lent lasts for 46 days and ends on the evening before Easter, (six Sundays in total). In keeping with tradition, our Gospel reading recalls the temptation of Jesus in the wilderness. Christians throughout many generations have used this time for personal reflection, for fasting, prayer and self-denial. It helps us to identify more closely with the sacrifices Jesus’ made on our behalf.
"A Walk in God’s Presence"
Feb 23rd 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Psalm 121
       All the talk about religion that has not been personally experienced is just talk. If we have little experience, we cannot speak so positively as those whose experience has been deep and profound. 
There is an accumulation of force in the testimony of one who has passed through great trials. 
Faith increases in firmness, assurance, and intensity when it is exercised with trials. Praise Him for your trials, and you will have more and more of God’s blessings, until your faith will move mountains and nothing will be impossible (Matt. 17:20). C.H Spurgeon, Beside Still Waters, p. 199. 

"Paradigm Shift"
Feb 16th 
Pastor Alexander Frimpong
Scripture: Acts 10: 1-23
    This spiritual authority was given to believers, not to focus on being occupied managing other church members, but to learn to extend God’s reign throughout the earth, 
bringing the will of God to earth as He originally intended. In no way does this understanding of the Kingdom diminish the importance of the church or our inheritance as children of God. On the contrary, it reveals our divine purpose and makes possible the fulfillment of our eternal destiny for every believer. The church is the vehicle through which the Kingdom can be extended. Despite all the failures and weaknesses of His church, God does not have any other plan to extend His Kingdom on the earth. The church is the body of Christ through which the message of and power of the Kingdom will be proclaimed to the whole world.

"Christ Crucified & Spiritual Power"
Feb 9th 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: 1 Corinthians: 2: 1-16
    The core of the Christian message is about reconciliation to God through Jesus Christ. This message will focus on the relationship between the central 
message of the cross and the exercising of spiritual gifts.
"The coming of the Refining One"
Feb 2nd 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Malachi 2:17 - 3:5
     The arrival of Jesus came as was prophesied by the prophet Malachi some for hundred years before his appearing. He spoke the word of the Lord: 
“Behold, I send my messenger, and he will prepare the way before me. And the Lord whom you seek will suddenly come to his temple; and the messenger of the covenant in whom you delight, behold, he is coming, says the LORD of hosts.” Put into context, Jesus’ first coming can tell us a lot about his second coming.


"Spiritual Reality - Spiritual Power"
Jan 26 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: 2 Timothy 3: 1-9
     A society established on values contrary to the laws of God - of Love - will result in chaos and destruction. Nothing on earth can function successfully outside the laws of  
the Kingdom. So even the kingdoms of this world cannot function prosperously outside the Kingdom of God. Life can only flourish according to the laws of the Kingdom that God ordained and programmed into all of creation. - Sunday Adelaja in The Kingdom Driven Life.

in 3 parts
"Altars and Offering"
Jan 19 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Joshua 8: 30-35
     The act of giving is a vivid reminder that our life is all about God, not about us. It says, “I am not the point, God is the point. He does not exist for me. I exist for him.” 
God’s money has a higher purpose than my affluence. Giving is a joyful surrender to a greater Person and a greater agenda. Giving affirms Christ’s lordship. It dethrones me and exalts him. It breaks the chains of Mammon that would enslave me and transfers my center of gravity to heaven.

"Spiritual Touchstones"
Jan 12 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Joshua 4: 1-9
     Henry & Richard Blackaby write, “God works in sequence to accomplish his divine purposes. What He did in the past was accomplished with a Kingdom purpose in mind. 
What He is doing in the present is in sequence with the past and with the same Kingdom purpose. Every act of God builds on the past, with a view toward the future.” p. 124 Experiencing God Workbook. 
God has done this for the heroes of the faith using them to establish His Kingdom purposes for the future. Likewise, God can take our past, and build on His work in our lives. In this sermon, we’ll hear about the importance of remembering what God has done in the past with an eye in what He is preparing for us in the future. 
"More Than a Good Meal"
Jan 5 
by Rev. David Fisher

Scripture: Matthew 26: 1-2, 17-19, 26-30
     Henry & Richard Blackaby write, “As you begin a new year, you may be painfully aware that you have failed your Lord in many ways. Perhaps you were not faithful. 

Perhaps you disobeyed His word to you. Perhaps you denied Him by the way you lived. Jesus will take you aside, as He did Peter. He will not berate you. He will not humiliate you. He will ask you to examine your love for Him. He asked Peter, “Do you love Me?” If your answer, like Peter’s is “Yes, Lord,” He will reaffirm His will for you. If you truly love Him, you will obey Him (John 14:15 NKJV). Jesus does not need your resolutions, your recommitments, or your promises to try harder this year. If you resolve to obey God last year did not help you to be faithful, it will not make you successful this year. Jesus asks for your love. If you truly love Him, your service for Him in the new year will be of the quality that He desires.”- From the Experiencing God Day by Day Devotional by Henry & Richard Blackaby, p. 1


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