July 14, 2019: Living In The Posture of Gratefulness

Presented by Pastor Casey Kluver (0:36)

 

This morning we begin with the familiar story from Luke of the ten lepers.  Pastor Casey points out that this healing took place in the midst of obedience to Jesus’s command. Luke 17:14 So when He saw them, He said to them, “Go show yourselves to the priests.” And so it was that as they went, they were cleansed.  Pastor Casey goes on to point out that one of the ten, felt a responsibility to live in response to what Christ had done for him.  It seems a reasonable service, to return with thankfulness and praise. This former leper did not hurry off to carry on his own life.  Pastor Casey urges us to be the one that lives a life of response to Christ.

 

Scripture reference:  Luke 17:11-19

 

 

Sherry Benner shares a word with us from Hebrews 6:19, The Passion Translation

 

November 19, 2017: Thanksgiving

Preached by Tary Hanson (00:25)

The Bible contains so many examples of thanksgiving. God reminds us to remain in a thankful attitude and thankful actions.  As the psalmist wrote in Psalm 100:4:

Enter his gates with thanksgiving;
go into his courts with praise.
Give thanks to him and praise his name.

As you enter the Thanksgiving holiday, be encouraged to stay thankful everyday. Listen as Tary shares insights from a story of thankfulness found in Luke 17 and teaches that:

  1. Gratitude produces worship
  2. Miracles produces gratitude
  3. Obedience produces miracles
  4. Knowing God’s love for us produces obedience

Scripture Reference: Luke 17:11-19; Psalm 100:4

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Sunday Morning Encouragements – April 2017

Sometimes on Sunday mornings the people of LJCF bring additional encouragements for the fellowship to hear.  Not only does God speak to us through the regular preacher, but also through the experiences other people in the congregation are having with him.

Listen to some insightful encouragements shared by Cortney Kluver and Nona Schaff.

Praise God before the Good

The King of the Cursed, a excerpt reading from a devotional study “King of the Cursed” by Jonathan Cahn