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March 2015

The HIGH KING of HEAVEN

Psalm 2:1-12 is a Messianic Psalm describing the collective hatred of mankind in rebellion against the rule and authority of God over men. This Psalm sets the record straight as to Who is in authority and in charge over the affairs of men. The High KING of Heaven is not One to be trifled with or to be tempted with sedition, rebellion and treason. We must all (“Kiss the Son, lest He be angry, and perish in the way.” - Psalm 2:12a) In a time where it seems as if all hell has broken lose and the kings of the earth are cutting down the righteous in world-wide persecution and hatred of Christ and of believers, we all must be reminded once again that God is still on His throne and orchestrates over the affairs of men. (“He who sits in heaven shall laugh, the LORD shall hold them in derision!” – Psalm 2:4) This message is one we all need to hear again and again to set our minds straight as to the true war and battle in the heavenlies over truth and righteousness. Take hope and comfort in the One true Ruler over the Universe, “The HIGH KING of HEAVEN! (“Now, therefore, be wise O kings; be instructed you judges of the earth. Serve the LORD with fear and rejoice with trembling.” - Psalm 2:10,11) – Listen for LIFE!




February 2015

ROMANS: A Peek Inside the Door Part Two

In Part Two from last week’s sermon on an introduction to the Book of Romans, Pastor Pete takes us on an overview of Saul, later to become Paul’s life. From Saul’s impressive religious credentials and passion to destroy the people of “the Way,” in his youth, to his amazing conversion on the road to Damascus, his changed heart, life and Spirit filled passion for Christ and His Gospel, we see Saul the Persecutor turn into Paul the Persecuted. Listen for LIFE!




Romans: A Peek Inside the Door

Where does one begin when trying to give a proper introduction to such an amazing doctrinal book such as the Book of Romans? In this week’s sermon, Pastor Pete will ask and answer seven fundamental questions to help us take a peek inside this amazing book. Why was the letter written? Who was it written to? What is the theme and simple outline? How does the Old Testament Tabernacle wonderfully illustrate the flow of the book of Romans in: Condemnation, Justification, Sanctification, Consecration and Glorification? What questions does the book of Romans answer for the believer? What made the ministry and legacy of the Apostle Paul so great? Listen for Life!




ROMANS: A Book of Doctrinal Foundations

Do you remember Super Bowl 49? The last play of the game was one for the record books. Some might think it was the worst play in the history of the game. Isn’t it funny what we get so excited about? Many will remember all the stats for either the Patriots or the Seahawks for years to come but after this week Super Bowl 49 will likely become a fading memory. This week Pastor Pete begins another study in one of the greatest books of the Bible: The Book of Romans. Here’s something to get excited about! For over 2000 years this book has been the source of great debates and discussions. It was written by a zealous, educated Jew who hated followers of “the Way”, despised Christ, persecuted Christians and became one of the greatest believers and Christians of all time, from Saul the persecutor to the great Apostle Paul. In this message we will look at why this book is so foundational for our Christian doctrinal teaching and understanding of true salvation and the walk of the believer. This series will be preached throughout 2015 and 2016 every other month in partnership with the Old Testament Book of Psalms. Listen for Life!




You Must See God

saiah really starts his ministry in chapter 6 of his book. He sees the death of what most scholars consider the last good king of the Southern Kingdom of Judah. Then has this great vision of God on His throne in the Temple. Sees his own self as God sees him and exclaims "woe is me. I am undone. Convicted, confessed, converted all in one short sentence. Then this newly consecrated man hears the call of God and answers it...




January 2015

Noah’s Ark and Dinosaurs

God's Word is True; Word for Word and Cover to Cover




Two Ways, Two Roads, Two Destinations Part Two

Last time Pastor Pete introduced the first book of Psalms (Psalm 1-41) with Psalm 1:1-6, “Two Ways, Two Roads, Two Destinations” – (The End of the Ungodly and the Way of the Righteous Compared). In this message we concentrate our attention on the characteristics of the way of the Righteous Man who knows God, believes God and follows hard after God. These two messages serve as the Gate Keepers for the rest of the Psalms and a clear Biblical definition of true and false salvation. Which way, which road and which destination are you on? Listen for Life!




Two Ways, Two Roads, Two Destinations

This week we start a new series on the first book of Psalms, Psalm 1-41. Our New Series Title: “The Life of Christ IN the Believer in the Book of Psalms. The Psalms are a synopsis of the first five books of the Pentateuch. In this first section, Psalms 1-41 we see a mirror image of the first book of the Bible in the book of beginnings, Genesis: Man and Creation. The Psalms were set to stringed instruments and served as the Temple Hymnbook and devotional guide for the Jewish people. Psalms means poetry sung to stringed accompaniment. This week we will look at one of the more familiar Psalms or Songs, Psalm 1: “Two Ways; Two Roads: Two Destinations” – (The Way of the Righteous and the End of the Ungodly) We will look at what a godly man does, is like and is before God. Next we look at the contrast of the ungodly man in what he does, what he is like and what will be his end result. This descriptive psalm speaks to the marvelous work of Christ in salvation and regeneration of the true believer. Listen for Life!




An Introduction to the Book of Psalms

In this week’s sermon Pastor Pete introduces what will be MBC’s trajectory for 2015 and beyond. The twin peaks of the Himalaya’s: the Book of Psalms and the Book of Romans. Both books were what God used in Martin Luther’s life to prepare his heart and theology for the Reformation. Prior to Luther’s conversion he taught the book of Psalms at the University of Wittenberg. The Psalms gave Luther his high and exalted view of God as the High King of heaven. The book of Romans gave Luther his proper view of theology, Psalms gave Luther his thunder in preaching and in leading the Protestant Reformation. If a new reformation and revival of the church is to take place in America we desperately need to return to these twin peaks: a high view of God and a proper understanding of theology. These two books will be taught one month at a time, a month on and a month off. January – Psalms; February – Romans. Listen for LIFE!




December 2014

WHO is the Church? – A Spirit of Freedom and Liberty

Throughout this ten week study on What and Who is the Church, Pastor Pete has shared ten secrets to the church of Christ from the pages of Old and New Testament Scriptures. This week’s topic, in answer to the question, What and Who is the Church is: “A Spirit of Freedom and Liberty” – (The Secret to the Law of Love and Grace) from Romans 14:1-15:20. Like so many of the Apostle Paul’s writings he moves logically from principle to practice. We must graciously receive one another, edify one another and please one another. In a world full of conflict, division and disruption even in the Church of Jesus Christ believers must learn how to get along with one another especially in matters of faith and conduct. This is a wonderful spiritual high note to end the year 2014 on. Listen for Life.