Morgan Hill Bible Church exists to connect people into a vital relationship with Jesus Christ. We hope that by providing these sermons via podcast, you'll be able to dive deeper into His Word and further your study. Hope to see you this Sunday!
November 22, 2020 | Warts and All
Are your true colors showing? Deception is a painful tool the devil uses to impact the church. If unchecked, our egos will become our demise. God desires true unity in the church, not surface-level interactions. As we open our heart to the Holy Spirit’s work, we can give authentically.
November 15, 2020 | Unbridled Generosity
We are the wealthy of this world. Yes, maybe not the wealthiest in the United States, but in the context of the world. very much so. We live with options, from picking paint colors for a room, which house to rent or whether you pick brie or mozzarella cheese at the grocery store. In the early church, we are given a beautiful example of living in generosity. How can we walk with intention and surrender when it comes to handling our finances in a Christ-honoring way?
November 8, 2020 | God, Give Us Boldness!
“Preach the Gospel, and when necessary, use words.” Our actions speak volumes of our heart. What we have inside, will overflow into how we navigate daily life and react to situations that are out of our control. Yet, although actions are important, words are too. May our actions clearly back up what our mouths so willingly speak; the beautiful news of Jesus.
October 31 & November 1, 2020 | The Vocation of Salvation
It all points to Jesus. From the beginning of time, the Bible has laid a foundational narrative for Jesus. Although sin is a problem highlighted in the Bible, it is not the point. We are given a job within our salvation, a job of bringing glory to the One that it is all about.
October 24 & 25, 2020 | What's In Your Eye?
A critical heart is not a heart after Jesus. As Christians, we are called to look at the pieces of our heart that are not right or honoring before God, not speculate on the hearts and minds of others. This can be hard to do, especially if we desire justice, yet God calls us to keep our eyes fixed on Him. The best way to live in harmony with one another, is to keep our hearts humble before the Lord.
October 17 & 18, 2020 | A Lame Sermon...Really!
Where am I disabled? Maybe it is physical, but maybe it is spiritual. We all have sins that cripple us when it comes to a relationship with God. It might not be visible to others, but it is visible to God. God can be glorified in your weakness, will you let Him?
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