Sermons by Stephen Weaver

Are you truly saved, matthew 7: 21-23

As we continue our verse-by-verse study in Matthew, on the Sermon on the Mount; we are now looking at chapter 7, verses 21-23. Jesus continues His expounding on the subject we looked at the last 2 weeks where Jesus was illustrating a person’s eternal path traveled – as it leads to 2 different destinations: life…

Seeing false teachers, matthew 7: 15-20

This Sunday we continue our verse-by-verse study in Matthew on the Sermon on the Mount. We are now looking at chapter 7, verses 15-20. Jesus now continues on the theme we looked at last week where Jesus was illustrating a person’s eternity path traveled – as it leads to 2 different destinations: life and destruction…

Salvation: Simple, but not easy, matthew 7:13-14

This Sunday our verse-by-verse study in Matthew on the Sermon on the Mount; brings us to chapter 7, looking at verses 13-14. Jesus has been teaching here kingdom living that puts some difficult challenges of living on the believer.  Jesus now illustrates a person’s path traveled as it leads to 2 different destinations: life and…

Do Unto others, Matthew 7:12

This Sunday our verse-by-verse study in Matthew on the Sermon on the Mount; takes us further into chapter 7, looking at just verse 12. Jesus has been teaching kingdom living here that puts some difficult challenges of living on the believer.  So, Jesus now says, in a sense, let me give you some help.  You’re…

How badly do you want it? Matthew 7:7-11

This Sunday we continue our verse-by-verse series in Matthew on the Sermon on the Mount; we are in chapter 7, looking at verses 7-11.  In this passage we will be talking about the power of persistent prayer.  Jesus says to ask, seek, and find, but what should we be asking, seeking, and knocking for in…

Removing the critical spirit, matthew 7: 1-6

This Sunday as we continue our verse-by-verse series on the Sermon on the Mount; we come to Matthew 7, verses 1-6.  In this passage we will be talking about judging others.  Jesus says not to be judgmental, but does that that we should never be judging, evaluating, looking at; or even holding an opinion, favorable…

overcoming sinful worry, matthew 6:25-34

This Sunday we continue our verse-by-verse series on the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 6; finishing up that chapter looking at verses 25-34.  In this passage we are talking about worry and anxiety.  Jesus talks about provision promises that He will provide, so that believers don’t have to worry or fret about them.  Jesus…