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This podcast is dedicated to sharing the preaching and teaching from New Horizons Christian Church of Winter Garden, Florida. In the coming weeks and months we may begin to offer more in audio content such as devotional thoughts, teaching, discussion, etc.

New Horizons Christian Church is an independent Christian Church committed to obeying the teaching of the Word of God, reflecting the character & example of Jesus Christ and following the leading of the Holy Spirit.

Our singular Mission, Vision and Purpose is found in the simple truth of "Not I but Christ" as we seek to increase the role of Jesus in our lives and ministry to the community as we seek to IMPACT, INFLUENCE and INVEST in our neighborhood and community for His Name's sake!

NHCC Sermons & Teaching New Horizons Christian Church

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This podcast is dedicated to sharing the preaching and teaching from New Horizons Christian Church of Winter Garden, Florida. In the coming weeks and months we may begin to offer more in audio content such as devotional thoughts, teaching, discussion, etc.

New Horizons Christian Church is an independent Christian Church committed to obeying the teaching of the Word of God, reflecting the character & example of Jesus Christ and following the leading of the Holy Spirit.

Our singular Mission, Vision and Purpose is found in the simple truth of "Not I but Christ" as we seek to increase the role of Jesus in our lives and ministry to the community as we seek to IMPACT, INFLUENCE and INVEST in our neighborhood and community for His Name's sake!

    The Vineyard Owner

    The Vineyard Owner

    Jesus often spoke in parables to teach those who were open to learning and growing. In this week's message we focus on a parable that had such a clear meaning that the religious leaders that opposed Him became infuriated with Him because the implications cast a light on their motives and intentions.
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    So what application does this parable have for us today? How can we learn from this teaching to mature in our own faith? Perhaps there are lessons to be learned about our obedience and submission to the authority of our Heavenly Father and His Son, our Savior.

    • 32 min
    Final Authority

    Final Authority

    Jesus never had a question about His own authority. It was never in doubt in His mind. He was sent by the Father with full authority. Of course, the religious leaders of the day were constantly questioning His authority to teach, to heal, to forgive sin, etc. Oftentimes, they would question Him about these things in an effort to trap Him in His own words. They often came away frustrated.
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    Such is the case with this week's passage as they once again probe Him, searching for any means possible to entrap Him. However, it is clear that with His time becoming short, He doesn't have the time to deal with such things. Thus, He dismisses their queries, primarily because He truly did have the authority to do so.

    • 23 min
    The Exaltation of Jesus

    The Exaltation of Jesus

    • 23 min
    The Substitution of Jesus

    The Substitution of Jesus

    As we near the Christmas season, we will begin a brief, new four-part Christmas sermon series called Born to Die. In this series, the messages will be based on Scriptures from Isaiah 53.
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    In this second message from the series, we look together at another effect of His coming into the world, to be a substitutionary offering for mankind. He emptied Himself and surrendered the magnificence

    • 23 min
    The Rejection of Jesus

    The Rejection of Jesus

    As we near the Christmas season, we will begin a brief, new four-part Christmas sermon series called Born to Die. In this series, the messages will be based on Scriptures from Isaiah 53.
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    Of course, Christians understand the suffering servant from this passage is Jesus Christ, who "bore the sin of many" (v. 12). Jesus once declared, "The Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many" (Mark 10:45). As we celebrate Christmas once again, we need to remember why Jesus was born. He was born to die.

    • 30 min
    The Triumphal Entry

    The Triumphal Entry

    Jesus' entry into Jerusalem reveals much about the continued misperception there was as to His reason for coming and the reality of His kingdom. There was a great deal of excitement over His arrival on that day that we often refer to as the triumphal entry. But much of that excitement seems to have been based on people's desire to see Jesus come and rule as a king here on earth. They were ready to see Israel return to its former glory and to be rid of Roman rule.
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    The warning for us today is tied to our understanding of who Jesus is as well. His purpose, as he stated himself, was to seek and save the lost. He did not come to bring us prominence or prestige, but to be a propitiation for our sin so that we might enjoy an eternal kingdom in Heaven. As we have stated before, He is committed to our eternal security not to our temporary comfort or success in this life.

    • 21 min

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True to the Word

I appreciate the preaching and teaching content that comes from this church. I love the commitment to Biblical truths. That is not to say other churches don't do that. It just seems clear that NHCC has made a commitment to make sure the Word of God is not only referenced in the message but the real life applications are highlighted through those biblical truths.

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