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January 4, 2015           Sermon #1“Remember Where You Came From”

Text:                    Exodus 13:3-14, 31


Synopsis:          Don’t ever forget where you were and where you were headed before you met Christ! Remember to be grateful for every day and every blessing from God.


January 11, 2015         Sermon #2“Remember God’s Word”


Text:                    Deuteronomy 4:1-14


Synopsis:            As we are learning new things we must not forget the old things! There can be no progress in life without remembering the Word of God.


  • January 18, 2015         Sermon #3“Remember the Sabbath”

Text:                    Exodus 20:8-11; Genesis 1:31-2:3, 15; Nehemiah 13:15-22; Isaiah 58:13-14; Hebrews 10:25


Synopsis:            Remembering to worship God will bring joy and meaning to life. To ignore worship of God is to bring a curse upon yourself and your household!


  • January 25, 2015         Sermon #4“Remember Lessons Learned in the Valley”


Text:                    Lamentations 3:19-40

Synopsis:            Suffering, although not enjoyable, can be a good thing when we place it in God’s hands. It’s during times of suffering that we learn so much more about God.


  • February 1, 2015         Sermon #5“Remember Balak and Balaam”

Text:                    Micah 6:1-8; 2:11; 3:11


Synopsis:            Balak and Balaam believed they could buy the blessings and curses of God for a price. Israel attempted to do the same thing and it kept them from revival!

  • February 8, 2015         Sermon #6“Remember God’s Miracles”

Text:                    Psalm 77:1-20


Synopsis:            God is a God of miracles! Remember all that He has done for you in the past and trust Him for your future. Remembering God will help us be more faithful during the hard times.


  • February 15, 2015      Sermon #7“Remember God While You are Young”

Text:                    Ecclesiastes 12:1-8, 13


Synopsis:            Patterns for all of life are often set for us while we are in our youth. Develop Godly behaviors while you are young and you will have a lifetime of blessings!


  • February 22, 2015      Sermon #8“Remember God Forgave You”

Text:                    Matthew 5:21-26


Synopsis:            Because we’ve been forgiven we must forgive. To harbor resentment or a lack of forgiveness hurts our relationship with Christ.


  • March 1, 2015             Sermon #9“Remember to Not Look Back!”

Text:                    Luke 17:32; Genesis 19:1-38


Synopsis:            As Believers we will experience the blessings of good choices and the pain of bad ones.


  • March 8 , 2015                         Sermon #10“Remember to be Faithful”

Text:                    II Kings 20:1-11; 18:3-7

Synopsis:            Open doors by God come through faithfulness to Him.

  • March 15 , 2015          Sermon #11“Remember Me in Heaven”


Text:                    Luke 23:32-43, 47-49


Synopsis:          Eternity is real. Where we spend it all depends on our relationship with Jesus.


  • March 22, 2015           Sermon #12“Remember the Examples of Good People”

Text:                    Hebrews 13:7-8; 12:1-3; I Timothy 4:15-16; 6:11-12


Synopsis:          Make sure you pick the right role models in life! Picking the wrong ones can lead to grief and disaster.


  • March 29, 2015           Sermon #13“Remember to Help the Poor”


Text:                    Galatians 2:10; Acts 11:27-30; Romans 15:25-29; II Corinthians 9:6-15


Synopsis:          Our hearts must always be tender toward the less fortunate. Our response to the poor tells us a lot about who we are on the inside.


  • April 5, 2015     Sermon #14EASTER!  “Remember What God Did for You!”

Text:                    Luke 24:1-53

Synopsis:          Remembering Christ’s sacrifice on the Cross and allowing that sacrifice to shape everything about our lives including our purpose, vision and future.


  • April 12, 2015 Sermon #15“Remember to Keep the Right Outlook”


Text:                    Deuteronomy 32:7-14


Synopsis:          Learn to take a ‘long view’ of God’s work in our lives, see the future through your past. God’s past work in your life will give a better perspective of what God is doing now and in the future.