Sermons by Jaris Roth

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Living A Holy Life

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1 Peter 4:1-6  Living in a musical house has its ups and downs. Yes, there are some beautiful moments to be heard, but then there are also the hours upon hours of diligent practice and grinding away that no one hears. While necessary, isn’t always the most enjoyable thing to listen to. And that’s ok, […]

The Example of Jesus

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Romans 15:1-7  When I was 11 years old, I bought a unicycle with money I had saved up. It probably seemed silly at the time. I had no idea how to ride it or even know how to begin. I didn’t have a teacher, nor did I have YouTube videos to help instruct me, I […]

A Change For The Better

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Psalm 51  One of the jokes I often say around the house is, “They should have gone to Sunday School.” I say that when I see something bad on TV; someone stealing, being murdered or doing something else they shouldn’t be doing. Sadly, a great deal of our entertainment revolves around the sinful pleasures of […]

Rescued By Grace

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Ephesians 2:1-10 Have you ever been in a helpless situation? Perhaps a time when something urgent needed to be done and you just had no way of resolving it? No one likes that frustrated feeling. After all, we like to be in control and take care of situations as they arise. But not all situations […]

God Is Love

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What’s love got to do, got to do with it. What’s love but a second hand emotion. What’s love got to do, got to do with it. Who needs a heart when a heart can be broken. You might remember this song sung by Tina Turner back in the 80s. Sadly, there are many, many […]

Be Strong In The Lord

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Ephesians 6:10-18 The fight is real. We are at war. We are in the battle of a lifetime, that will last our whole lives. When the attacks come, will you be ready? We don’t often talk about spiritual warfare, but it is something we shouldn’t take lightly. We all experience it and we need to […]

Instruments For Righteousness

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Romans 6:1-14 Everyone in my family plays one or more musical instruments. We all started when we were very young. Regardless of the individual levels of talent we each had, one thing was true for each of us – we had to work for it. Learning an instrument requires study and instruction. It demands time […]

God’s Power At Work

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Have you ever been overwhelmed? Perhaps from a project at work or school, or maybe you were overcome by a personal tragedy in life. At times, we can even be overwhelmed at God, especially when we don’t understand why or how he is using life events to shape who we are for Him. When we’re […]

Living To Please God

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Colossians 1:9-14 Some people are just impossible to please. It seems no matter what you do, they are never happy. Their expectations are difficult to meet and to be honest, it becomes exhausting to even try. Then are those people who seem so pleasant all the time, even when you mess up, they are still […]

Discipleship – Becoming A Committed Follower Of Christ

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Maybe it was playing baseball, or learning how to paint. Learning a musical instrument or fixing up a car. Each of us, at one time, had something in our life that grabbed our attention. Things that required hours of practice and study in order to become proficient in them. While natural talent can make things […]