Heaston ChurchNov 29, 2023
Heaston Sermon 11.26.2023, Matthew 2:19-23
The Creator God brings about the fulfillment of His promises through His sovereign hand.
Heaston Sermon 11.19.2023, Matthew 2:13-18
Jesus is the Promised One who is the hope for the people of YHWH.
Heaston Sermon 11.12.2023, Matthew 2:1-12
The presence of YHWH among people results in either worry or worship. What responses to the presence of God among His people do you see in Matthew 2:1-12? What should our response be to the presence of God among us?
Heaston Sermon 11.5.2023, Matthew 1:18-24
Matthew 1:18-24: Salvation from sins is found in the Savior YHWH sends.
Heaston Sermon 10.29.23, Matthew 1:1-17
As we begin our journey into Matthew, we see the promises of YHWH cannot be stopped from coming to pass.
Psalm 139: Search Me & Know Me O God
An in-depth look at Psalm 139 and how we are to self-examen ourselves before the Lord.
Heaston Sermon 10.15.2023, Deuteronomy 34:1-15
Our God is faithful in every season to make good on His promise.
Heaston Sermon 10.8.2023, Deuteronomy 33:1-29
The people whose God is YHWH will see victory.
Heaston Sermon 10.1.2023, Deuteronomy 32:28-52
Fearing YHWH leads to life: -fearing YHWH leads to understanding -fearing YHWH leads to compassion from YHWH -fearing YHWH leads to worship of YHWH
Heaston Sermon 9.24.2023, Deuteronomy 32:1-27
Heaston Sermon 9.24.2023, Deuteronomy 32:1-27
Heaston Sermon 9.17.2023, Deuteronomy 31:14-29
Prosperity out of context leads us away from the God of our covenant.
Heaston Sermon 9.10.2023, Deuteronomy 31
Living in faithful obedience to YHWH requires strength and courage, and intentionality.
Heaston Sermon 9.3.2023, Deuteronomy 30
A changed heart that leads to love and obedience to YHWH is life.
Heaston Sermon 8.27.2023, Deuteronomy 29
In Deuteronomy 29 we see that keeping covenant with YHWH is how we experience life.
Heaston Sermon 8.20.2023, Deuteronomy 27-28
The people of God obey the voice of God and experience the blessings of God.
Heaston Sermon 8.13.2023, Deuteronomy 26:1-19
We worship because it is the response to God's revelation. - worship is in response to God's mercy - worship expresses joy at God's redemption - worship manages God's resources for God's glory - worship seeks the fullness of God
Heaston Sermon 8.6.2023, Deuteronomy 25:5-19
The people of YHWH live in such a way to bring honor to YHWH.
Heaston Sermon 7.30.2023, Deuteronomy 24
The people of God have a responsibility for the well-being of the vulnerable among them.
Heaston Sermon 7.26.2023, Deuteronomy 23:1-25
The people of God must pursue holiness in all things; -Holiness in the assembly -Holiness in battle
Heaston Sermon 7.16.2023, K.I.S.S.
We take a look at 1 Corinthians 20-30:2:2 and how we are to keep the Gospel simple.
Heaston Sermon 7.9.2023, Deuteronomy 22:1-30
The people of God must live set apart lives, because they are set apart people.
Heaston Sermon 7.2.2023, Deuteronomy 21:1-23
The shedding of innocent blood brings judgement; the shedding of Messiahs blood brings justification.
Heaston Sermon 6.25.2023, The Great Quest for the Good Life
Luke 18:15:30 The way of the child The way of the wealthy The way of the disciple
Heaston Sermon 6.18.2023, Deuteronomy 20:1-20
In Deuteronomy 20, we see how your God goes before you to fight your battles and give you the victory.
Heaston Sermon 6.11.2023, Deuteronomy 19:15-20
The righteousness of the people of God is upheld by maintaining righteous witnesses. We see that God is concerned about the integrity and motive of a witness.
Heaston Sermon 6.4.2023, Deuteronomy 19:1-14
As we begin Deuteronomy 19, we see when you live in God's provision, you must live according to God's justice. *If you would like a copy of the sermon slides, as the stage TV was not operating, you can download them here https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/7ol8dvafy61bn5q713kp0/Deuteronomy-19.1-14-6.4.2023.pptx?dl=0&rlkey=fv1wzvk8359wvnr4nt56qvgoq *
Heaston Sermon 5.28.23, A King Who Will Fight Our Battles
Are you living in the order of the King Saul or in the order of King David? 1 Samuel 28:3-8 / 1 Samuel 30:1-8
Heaston Sermon 5.21.2023, Deuteronomy 18:9-22
What does God forbid His people to be involved in, and how does He say He will reveal Himself to them? In Deuteronomy 18:9-22, we see the people of God must not look to the occult, but rather to the on who YHWH raised up.
Heaston Sermon 5.14.2023, Deuteronomy 18:1-8
In Deuteronomy 18, we begin to see the cost of living in faithful obedience to the Lord outweighs the cost of living in rebellion against the Lord: * You may lose some relationships * You may not have some possessions * You will live a life of faith in the promises of God * You will life a life of separation, being chosen by God. * You will know the joy of YHWH God being your inheritance
Heaston Sermon 5.7.2023, Deuteronomy 17:14-20
This week we look at how leaders of God's people must be lovers of God and His law.
Heaston Sermon 4.30.2023, Deuteronomy 16:18-17:13
Righteousness is the foundation for justice; justice upheld maintains righteousness.
Heaston Sermon 4.23.2023, Deuteronomy 16:13-17
Deuteronomy 16:13-17 we see how God's dwelling among His people is what sustains and satisfies His people.
Heaston Sermon 4.16.2023, Deuteronomy 16:9-12
As we dive back into Deuteronomy, we see the people of God must depend on the provision and power of God to live for God.
Heaston Sermon 4.9.2023, First Fruits
As we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, we walk through Leviticus 23:9-14 and learn because Jesus was accepted by God in being raised, those who belong to Jesus are accepted by God and will be raised.
Heaston Sermon 4.2.2023, Deuteronomy 16:1-8
As we celebrate Palm Sunday, we look into the passover and how God's redemption determine the identity and marks the lives of His people.
Heaston Sermon 3.26.23, Deuteronomy 15:1-23
Through His Messiah, God brings good news of release to His people for freedom.
Heaston Sermon 3.19.2023, Deuteronomy 14:22-29
The way the people of God treat their wealth should reflect the character and heart of God.
Heaston Sermon 3.12.2023, Peter: Denyer, Betrayer, Kingdom Worker
A look into Peters denials of Jesus.
Heaston Sermon 3.5.2023, Deuteronomy 14:1-21
Deuteronomy 14:1-21 we see how the children of God must treat their bodies differently because they belong to God.
Heaston Sermon 2.26.2023, Deuteronomy 12:29-13:18
In Deuteronomy 12:29 through 13:18 we see, "The people of God must not allow themselves to be drawn away from God."
Heaston Sermon 2.19.2023
Deuteronomy 12:1-28: How the people of God worship matters to God and the place of God's presence is the place of worship.
Heaston Sermon 2.12.2023, Deuteronomy 11:1-32
Deuteronomy 11:1-32 we see that obedience that leads to blessing is an obedience of faith.
Heaston Sermon 2.5.23, Deuteronomy 10:1-22
Deuteronomy 10:1-22 we learn how the people of God must give their total allegiance to God.
Heaston Sermon 1.29.2023, Deuteronomy 9
In Deuteronomy 9, we see the danger of the people of God forgetting God is misplaced glory.
Heaston Sermon 1.22.2023, Deuteronomy 8:1-20
Deuteronomy 8:1-20 we see that we learn to know God's voice in the wilderness so that you obey God's voice in the blessing.
Heaston Sermon 1.15.2023, Deuteronomy 7:1-26
In Deuteronomy 7, we learn that because God sets His people apart, His people must live set apart.
Heaston Sermon 1.8.2023, Deuteronomy 6:10-25
As we continue in our Deuteronomy series, we see how; the people of God must not forget God in prosperity and in posterity.
Heaston Sermon 1.1.2023, Prepare The Way For The King
As we kick off a new year, we look at Luke 3 and how we are to prepare the way of King Jesus.
Heaston Sermon 12.24.2022, Worship The King Week 5
We wrap up our Advent series, Worship The King, at our Christmas Eve service.
Heaston Sermon 12.18.2022, Worship The King Week 4
Week four we see how, we worship while we wait on God because waiting on God is worship.
This includes a few things:
- Worship while waiting includes praising God
- Worship while waiting includes telling others