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Matthew 5:13-16|Stay Salty, Shine Bright

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

What would the world be like if no Christians lived in it? How do Christians maximize their impact in the world as citizens of a heavenly Kingdom? In Matthew 5:13-16, Jesus points out these very things by using two helpful descriptions of who Christians are: salt and light. In this sermon, Adam Nesvold helps understand the meaning of these metaphors and how they still apply to Christians today.

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Matthew 5:10-12|Happy are the Persecuted

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

Who are the happiest people on earth? According to Jesus in Matthew 5:3-12, they are those who are: poor in spirit, mourn, meek, hunger and thirst for righteousness, merciful, pure in heart, peacemakers, and persecuted for righteousness’ sake. But what do these qualities mean? In this sermon series called “Blessed,” Pastor Cody explains as he reveals the secret to true and lasting happiness.

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Matthew 5:9|Happy are the Peacemakers

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

Who are the happiest people on earth? According to Jesus in Matthew 5:3-12, they are those who are: poor in spirit, mourn, meek, hunger and thirst for righteousness, merciful, pure in heart, peacemakers, and persecuted for righteousness’ sake. But what do these qualities mean? In this sermon series called “Blessed,” Pastor Cody explains as he reveals the secret to true and lasting happiness.

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Matthew 5:7|Happy are the Merciful

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

Who are the happiest people on earth? According to Jesus in Matthew 5:3-12, they are those who are: poor in spirit, mourn, meek, hunger and thirst for righteousness, merciful, pure in heart, peacemakers, and persecuted for righteousness’ sake. But what do these qualities mean? In this sermon series called “Blessed,” Pastor Cody explains as he reveals the secret to true and lasting happiness.

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Matthew 5:6|Happy are the Hungry & Thirsty

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

Who are the happiest people on earth? According to Jesus in Matthew 5:3-12, they are those who are: poor in spirit, mourn, meek, hunger and thirst for righteousness, merciful, pure in heart, peacemakers, and persecuted for righteousness’ sake. But what do these qualities mean? In this sermon series called “Blessed,” Pastor Cody explains as he reveals the secret to true and lasting happiness.

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Matthew 5:4|Happy are the Sad

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

Who are the happiest people on earth? According to Jesus in Matthew 5:3-12, they are those who are: poor in spirit, mourn, meek, hunger and thirst for righteousness, merciful, pure in heart, peacemakers, and persecuted for righteousness’ sake. But what do these qualities mean? In this sermon series called “Blessed,” Pastor Cody explains as he reveals the secret to true and lasting happiness.

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Matthew 5:3|Happy are the Poor

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

Who are the happiest people on earth? According to Jesus in Matthew 5:3-12, they are those who are: poor in spirit, mourn, meek, hunger and thirst for righteousness, merciful, pure in heart, peacemakers, and persecuted for righteousness’ sake. But what do these qualities mean? In this sermon series called “Blessed,” Pastor Cody explains as he reveals the secret to true and lasting happiness.

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Matthew 2:6|A Ruler in Bethlehem

In Christmas, Matthew by Cody Weckerly

Two thousand years ago, a group of gentiles from the east called “wise-men,” journeyed to see the “King of the Jews” in Jerusalem when they were unexpectedly told he was not there. In response, Herod told the Jewish leaders to inquire where the Christ was to be born. After their search, the response was unanimous: “Bethlehem.” Today, we all are aware of this fact. But few actually ask, “Why Bethlehem?” In this message, Pastor Cody helps understand what else was understood about the coming Messiah based on Micah’s prophecy.