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The Last Words of Jesus

October 16, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 39:01 (35.8 MB)

Just before His death, Jesus spoke some of the most remarkable words ever recorded in history. In this message, Pastor Rich explores the seven last sayings of Jesus; from forgiving His murderers to declaring the debt of sin as "paid in full."

Matthew 27:32-44

October 09, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 33:39 (30.8 MB)

For the joy set before Him, Jesus endured the pain. His joy was in preparing a way for us to enter heaven. Even the thief next to Him, who did no good works, was to enter the kingdom because he turned to Jesus.

For Whom Do You Work?

October 02, 2011

Daniel Kinnaman   Length: 37:20 (34.2 MB)

What place does the Bible occupy in your life? For the prophet Daniel, the law of God was above all else. The story of the lion's den is a strong illustration of Daniel's reverence for God's statutes.

Matthew 27:27-31

September 25, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 34:53 (32 MB)

Before the crucifixion, the soldiers mocked Jesus by bowing down to Him. We too mock Jesus by feigned worship, prayers said for show, and confessions that are not sincere. But in the end, every knee shall bow to the one by whose wounds we are healed.

Matthew 27:11-26

September 18, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 36:05 (33.1 MB)

We can not wash our own hands of our sins for His blood is on us all. Yet the only thing that saves us from our sin is that very blood of Jesus. Pilate's question is ours as well: What shall I do with Jesus?

Matthew 27:2-10

September 11, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 28:01 (25.7 MB)

A sinner's ill-gotten gains may become repulsive to him, but returning a ransom does not absolve us of our sin. It is God we sin against and only He can cleanse us. It is Satan who torments us with guilt and even leads some to suicidal thoughts.

Matthew 26:57-68; 27:1

September 04, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 36:15 (33.2 MB)

Following at a distance is not an effective way to serve Christ. It is dangerous to warm yourself at the fires of the world.

Mark 4:35-41

August 21, 2011

Anthony Chapman   Length: 30:18 (27.7 MB)

On the way to where He wants to bring us, Jesus sometimes takes us through a storm. In those moments, our pride often tells us to rely on our own strength. We may then become angry and frightened. But if we rest in Jesus and see what He will do, we will worship Him in awe.

Matthew 26:47-56

August 14, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 28:06 (25.8 MB)

Jesus was apprehended as a rebel, yet it is we who rebel against His will. Like Judas, we can seem close to God, but be far from Him in our hearts. Yet, Jesus calls us friends and went to the cross in our place.


August 07, 2011

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 25:12 (23.1 MB)

The RI flag is a reminder of Hebrews 6:19: "We have this hope as an anchor for the soul..." Our hope is more than wishful thinking. It is confident expectation in the promise and oath of God. If you know God, you know the true hope.

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