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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.

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Matthew 1:26|God With Us

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

Immanuel. There is probably no other word in the bible that captures the wonder and excitement of Christmas more than this word. And why? It is the promise of God’s personal presence with his people–“God with us.” But what does it mean that Jesus is Immanuel? And what did it mean to those who first heard it in Isaiah? Listen to this message and learn as Pastor Cody explores the origins of Immanuel from Isiaiah and what that means for us today.

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Matthew 4:12-25|The King’s Early Ministry

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

What were the foundational marks of Jesus’ ministry? What exactly made it so unique? In this sermon, Pastor Cody explains as he takes the listener on a journey looking at the strategy, the methods, and the power of Jesus’ early ministry.

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Matthew 4:1-11|The King’s Temptations

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

When the Devil tempted Jesus in the wilderness, it not only became one of the most important tests that Jesus would face regarding whether or not he was qualified to be the Messiah, but also one of the greatest examples of how to overcome temptation. Do you ever wonder how to find victory in your struggle with sin? Listen to this message to discover what spiritual resources God offers you to aid in the fight.

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Matthew 3:13-17|The Baptism of King Jesus

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

The baptism of Jesus is one of the most spectacular revelatory moments of the New Testament. At that moment, the heavens broke open, and God publicly displayed his approval of Jesus Christ, providing us with the first opportunity to learn what kind of a King that Jesus Christ is and the Trinitarian accomplishment of our salvation.

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Matthew 3:1-12|Prepare for King Jesus

In Matthew by Cody Weckerly

No prophet had a greater honor than John the Baptist. He had the distinct privilege of being the one and only prophet to introduce the Messiah to the world. As such, he had one message for the world: “Repent, the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand.” But what does it mean to “repent?” And how does this apply to our lives today? In this message Pastor Cody explains these things.