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The Kingdom Way | Week 8 | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Mar 19 at 09:53am

March 19, 2017 | Money and Things, Part 2 | Sermon Notes

Continued from last week…

Luke 12:29-34

2. God’s grace frees us to seek the kingdom with our money and possessions.

A. Pursue sacrifice for the needs of others.

B. Pursue investment in things that last and matter.

The Kingdom Way | Week 7 | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Mar 12 at 09:28am

March 12, 2017 | Money and Things | Sermon Notes

Luke 12:13-15, Luke 12:29-34

1. Our greed blinds us to the culture’s captivity of money and possessions.

Luke 12:16-21

A. We’re captured by our self-sufficiency.

B. We’re captured by our self-indulgences.

Luke 12:22-24

C. We’re captured by worry over having more or having enough.

Luke 12:25-28

Luke 12:29-31


The Kingdom Way | Week 7 | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Mar 05 at 08:53am

March 5, 2017 | Repentance | Sermon Notes

Luke 19:1-5

Luke 19:6-10

Luke 18:9-14

The Kingdom Way | Week 6 | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Feb 19 at 08:17am

February 19, 2017 | Searching | Sermon Notes

READ Luke 11:1-8

1. Prayer is a point where our desperation and the Father’s dependability meet.

2. Prayer is a process that calls for boldness and persistence.

3. Prayer is a perspective where the aim is not getting an immediate answer but trusting a loving Father.

The Kingdom Way | Week 5 | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Feb 12 at 09:33am

February 12, 2017 | Mercy | Sermon Notes

Luke 6:27-31

1. Respond to those who hate and hurt you with intentional and generous love.

1 Corinthians 13:4-7

Luke 6:32-36

2. Receive the mercy of the Father and extend it to others.

Luke 6:37-42

3. Remove the sin in your own heart before you condemn it in others.

The Kingdom Way | Week 4 | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Feb 05 at 09:11am

February 5, 2017 | Transformation | Sermon Notes

Luke 5:17-26

1. Religious thinking builds fences that keep people captive.
2. The Kingdom Way brings spiritually paralyzed people to Jesus.
3. When Jesus transforms lives, the whole body celebrates and grows.

The Kingdom Way | Week 3 | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Jan 29 at 09:30am

January 29, 2017 | Multiplication, Part 2 | Sermon Notes

Luke 5:4-11

3. Jesus invites us to deeper waters to challenge our self-sufficiency.
4. When captured by Jesus’ power and holiness, we lose our attachment to lesser things.
5. We’ll abandon everything when we value Jesus’ agenda more than ours.

The Kingdom Way | Week 2 | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Jan 22 at 08:06am

January 22, 2017 | Multiplication | Sermon Notes

Luke 5:4-11

1. Jesus invites you to imitate Him and reproduce His life in others
2. Everyone is invited because Jesus transforms any weakness or failure.
3. The aim of the invitation is transformed lives.
4. The starting point is the release of whatever I value above following Jesus.

The Kingdom Way | Week 1 | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Jan 17 at 02:37pm

January 15, 2017 | Sermon Notes

Luke 4:16-21

1. The Revelation of the Kingdom

Luke 4:22-30

2. The Reach of the Kingdom

EXPERIENCE Poverty Simulation, Friday, February 17

ENGAGE with Orphans and Foster Care.

GO on REACH Trip, deadline extended.

PRAY about REACH initiatives.

BE EQUIPPED in Gospel Conversations on Wednesday nights.

3. The Rejection of the Kingdom

Standalone | Paul Jimenez | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Dec 18 at 09:20am

December 18, 2016 | Sermon Notes

Luke 1:5-7

1. Faithful people have unfulfilled hopes and hurts.

Luke 1:8-10

2. A faithful and wise God sees and acts at just the right time.

Luke 1:11-16

3. Faithfulness doesn’t force the hand of God but puts us in a position to receive from the hand of God.

Luke 1:18-20

4. When God gives a heavenly answer don’t try to make it fit into your human mold.
5. God works in our waiting in order for the answer to be our greatest good and His greatest glory.

Standalone | David Cline | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Nov 30 at 02:41pm

November 27, 2016 | Sermon Notes

Luke 17:11-19

A Desperate Request (v.11-13)
A Divine Renewal (v.14)
A Different Reaction (v.15-16)
A Divine Reproof & Restoration (v.17-19)
Why Give Thanks?

God longs for our love and thanksgiving for who He is and all He has done for us.

Giving thanks acknowledges that all we are and have comes from God.

Giving thanks deepens our trust in God and Develops our ability to walk by faith. 

How to Cultivate a Heart of Gratitude? 

Give thanks for the small and the ordinary.

Focus on giving thanks for blessings received more than asking for more blessings.

Invest time to think in order to properly thank.  

Culture, Politics, and the Church | Week 4 | Taylors FBC Sermon

Posted on Nov 21 at 05:09pm

November 20, 2016 | Sermon Notes

1 Peter 2:13-17

1. Honor Everyone: Widen your perspective to care for people not like you.
2. Love the brotherhood: Renew your commitment to the people of God.
3. Fear God: Prioritize God above any politician, party, or movement.

Daniel 2:20-22

4. Honor the Emperor: Humbly live under earthly authority as a sign of trust in God’s authority.

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