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At Twinbrook Community Church, we have a deep love and devotion for the Word of God. We hope you will find these messages helpful for increasing your knowledge and enhancing your spiritual growth. Please visit our website at www.twinbrookcc.org.

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At Twinbrook Community Church, we have a deep love and devotion for the Word of God. We hope you will find these messages helpful for increasing your knowledge and enhancing your spiritual growth. Please visit our website at www.twinbrookcc.org.

    March 15, 2020 | Pastor Roger Melson | He Believed the Lord | Genesis 14:17-15:6

    March 15, 2020 | Pastor Roger Melson | He Believed the Lord | Genesis 14:17-15:6

    Click to play, right-click to download: March 15, 2020 | Pastor Roger Melson | He Believed the Lord | Genesis 14:17-15:6                                                Roger and Marsha Melson

    March 8, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | Down the Mountain: Wait for Jesus to Arrive | Mark 9:14-29

    March 8, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | Down the Mountain: Wait for Jesus to Arrive | Mark 9:14-29

    Click to play, right-click to download: March 8, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | Down the Mountain: Wait for Jesus to Arrive | Mark 9:14-29 Down the Mountain: Wait for Jesus to Arrive Mark 9:14–29. Jesus and His disciples are still in the region of Caesarea Philippi, the land of the Gentiles. They had been to the mountaintop, the “sacred mountain” (2Pet.1:17, 18), as Peter would later call it. They had seen the Lord transfigured and heard the voice of God. In contrast, now they were coming down from the mountaintop into a familiar world, a fallen world of sin, sickness, hopelessness and death. The contrast will continue to heighten as they are reunited with the other disciples who they find entangled in a great struggle with the Pharisees and the people. The disciples have no power or remedy for what they are facing – until Jesus arrives. This is the key to the passage and to all of life for believers. Wait for Jesus to arrive!

    March 1, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | Down the Mountain: Clarifying the Eschatological Players | Mark 9:9-13

    March 1, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | Down the Mountain: Clarifying the Eschatological Players | Mark 9:9-13

    Click to play, right-click to download: March 1, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | Down the Mountain: Clarifying the Eschatological Players | Mark 9:9-13 Down the Mountain: Clarifying the Eschatological Players Mark 9:9-13 From the moment of Peter’s confess: “You are the Messiah” (Mar.8:29), the disciples’ world began to change. In reality, the view of world they had lived in began to change. They had lived in a world of false teaching and deception. That world was controlled by an “adulterous and sinful generation” (Mar.8:38). They are witnessing the coming of the Kingdom of God in the coming of the Jesus, the Messiah. The disciples had misunderstood the person of the messiah and a proper understanding of the Kingdom (Rule) of God; they had misunderstood the cost of their calling to be disciples of Christ; and they had especially missed the mission and method of the Messiah’s coming. In this text today, Jesus will clarify the two main persons in God’s eschatological plan: John the Baptist and Himself.

    February 23, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | Revelation from the Holy Mountain | Mark 9:2-10

    February 23, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | Revelation from the Holy Mountain | Mark 9:2-10

    Click to play, right-click to download: February 23, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | Revelation from the Holy Mountain | Mark 9:2-10 Revelation from the Holy Mountain Mark 9:2-10

    February 16, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | The Coming of the End | Mark 9:1

    February 16, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | The Coming of the End | Mark 9:1

    Click to play, right-click to download: February 16, 2020 | Pastor John Bayles | The Coming of the End | Mark 9:1 The Coming of the End Mark 9:1 Eschatology is the study of the end. Today it is largely viewed as the end of our current world. In recent years past, especially since WW2, it was pictured for us in terms of total nuclear annihilation – the end of our world and that of all mankind by global nuclear war. This view lasted about fifty years and in some places continues to be the view of the end of the world. More recently, in the last twenty year a new trend has risen – global warming in being presented as the terminal enemy of all mankind. For twenty years, we have been told daily that “in the next ten to twelve years, the earth will cease to exist” – because of global warming. Global warming in the the focus of our lesson today. Since time began, people of all ages have held strong views of the end of the world. In Jesus’ day the Jewish people had a very simple view of the end of the world. It was a powerful and universally held view by the Jewish people. It was believed consistently for over a thousand years. And, it was simple. From creation and the fall Satan had ruled the earth. One day, God would send His Messiah, destroy Satan's rule, and the Kingdom of God would begin. The Messiah would rule the entire world through the Messiah and every enemy of God would yield to His power forever. In this text today, Jesus introduces this subject to His small band of disciples and states to them in no uncertain terms that this rule would begin “immediately, “during their lifetimes” “and as visible as a flash of lightning from one end of the sky to the other.”

    February 9, 2020 | Pastor Roger Melson | Christians in Conflict | Genesis 14:8-19

    February 9, 2020 | Pastor Roger Melson | Christians in Conflict | Genesis 14:8-19

    Click to play, right-click to download: February 9, 2020 | Pastor Roger Melson | Christians in Conflict | Genesis 14:8-19                                                Roger and Marsha Melson

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