MARION BIBLE FELLOWSHIP

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Sermons & Worship

A Teacher and Friend

Pastor Steven Lancaster

Every person needs a trustworthy source of truth. From the time of the sages, the leaders of Israel have recommended that each person find a good teacher and friend to guide them in the practice. Join pastor Lancaster as he presents this teaching, paralleling the teachings on the subject from Messiah. Learn that we to look no further, as we have the preeminent teacher and friend in the person of Yeshua.

References: Avot 1:4,6,7; Matt 23:8-12; John 12:47-50

Recorded: 05/11/2019

Great Expectations

Ken Spiegel

We often form our expectations on what we observe and experience in life.  WE base our plans and action son our expectations.  The problem is that our ability to predict what is future is intentionally limited by God.  We are mortal and therefore unable to reliably say what is yet to come.  Instead of basing our plans and actions on what we personally suppose, we should realign our confidence in the guidance of the Word of God.  Doing so is a testimony to our faith in Him and our confidence in the fact that, by living by His precepts, we will end up with the greatest result possible.

Recorded: 03 30 2019

The LORD Commanded...

Elder Jeffrey Freeman

Tzav (Command) is the second Parshah or Reading from Leviticus. Two main points are discussed in this message. First, the fact that there is a “hidden” duty of the High Priest when he is commanded to remove the ashes from the Altar. This duty is done without fanfare. It is compared to the hidden charity of of the man, Yosele, the miser and the way he, and we, should be quietly about our duties for God as believers. Secondly, the number of Laws, operative laws, and applicable laws we are to follow in Torah is compared to the number of State laws we quietly and willingly follow while driving a car. We should find more interest and willingness to serve God rightly than serve the State.  The message concludes by examining some excuses we commonly present to validate our ignorance of the Law in favor of our traditions.

God's Word is Powerful

Pastor Bill Snyder

The Word of God holds the power to change lives. While people look here and there for answers and ways to change their lives and improve the world, the answer and hope lie in the Word of God.


Recorded: 03 19 2019

God in Our Midst

Pastor Steven Lancaster

The Tabernacle inaugurates God dwelling in the midst of His people.  Before the dwelling of God int he holy Tent, and in the later Temple, God interacted with the patriarchs and others individually.  We now have the opportunities as believers in Messiah to have God dwell not just in our midst, but within us.  This personal offer from God of loving care comes through the cleansing of our sin and proper preparation of ourselves through Messiah's sacrifice on our behalf.  Does God dwell in your midst?  Does He dwell within you?

Scripture: Exodus 30:21-40:38

Recorded 03 09 2019

A Blessed Life in Suffering

Pastor Steven Lancaster (11/03/2018)

Many preach today that having life in Messiah brings "You Best Life Now" and other forms of prosperity.  While this is part of the Christian experience, it should also be expected that life in Christ is characterized by suffering as well.  The informed believer must give as much attention to the possibility of suffering as they give to the potential for prosperity.  Peter offers good teaching and challenges us to expect suffering as we recall the blessings we have received in salvation.  Our response to salvation should be to receive times of suffering as we walk in the footsteps of Messiah.  This will mark us as His followers.

Following in Messiah's Steps

Pastor Steven Lancaster

Yeshua of Nazareth was unique in His call to discipleship.  Firstly, He instructed us to serve others, not to be served by others.  Secondly, He called us to be like Him in He willingness to suffer for the sake of the Kingdom.  Combined, these two instructions give us a way to approach all experiences as we follow the one who blessed others when cursed, serve others when treated unfairly, and forgive others when we have been wronged.

Two messages, one for children and another for adults is included.

Text:  1 Peter 2:21-25

Marriage and Covenants

Michael Sullivan

With our call as Christians to be people of biblical love, it is important that the love we confess is consistent with our actions. Covenant can be best expressed today by marriage. And, if marriage is fulfilled and set within the context of the gospel, it can be an incredible witnessing tool to the world around us.

Being a Light Down Under

Pastor Craig Hepplewhite

As Christians and followers of Yeshua, Jesus, we are called to be set apart and to let our light shine to all the earth. One may ask, “What does it mean to let my light shine” or “What is the source of this light?” The source of light is from following the commandments of the Lord.

Enjoy Your Blessings

Steven Kirkham

Marion Bible Fellowship ministers every other week to Seton Square, a nearby subsidized housing community. This new ministry is provided by way of MBF members offering worship opportunities for the residents every other week. This weeks message, taken from Ecclesiastes 6 and Luke 19, challenges us to make use of the blessings God provides in each of our lives. Whether that blessing be time, talents, security, money or knowledge of Scripture, everyone is accountable not to hoard what they have been given, but instead make use of God's provision in ways that would glorify Him, extend His Kingdom or benefit others or ourselves.

Your Purpose in Life-To Have Faith

Steven Kirkham

Marion Bible Fellowship ministers every other week to Seton Square, a nearby subsidized housing community. This new ministry is provided by way of MBF members offering worship opportunities for the residents every other week. This weeks message, taken from Ecclesiastes 6 and Luke 19, challenges us to make use of the blessings God provides in each of our lives. Whether that blessing be time, talents, security, money or knowledge of Scripture, everyone is accountable not to hoard what they have been given, but instead make use of God's provision in ways that would glorify Him, extend His Kingdom or benefit others or ourselves.

Check Your Wisdom

Pastor Steven Lancaster

Wisdom that comes from God, and a life that honors God, differs from both the teachings of this world, American ideals, and our personal inclinations. Explore the teaching of James concerning godly wisdom and consider the list of attributes of wisdom that can transform your life and relationships.

That Terrible Tongue

Pastor Steven Lancaster

The tongue and our words are frequent topics of concern in the Scriptures. The power to do good is within them, but the power to do great harm resides there as well. Pastor Lancaster lays out the importance of taming one of our most powerful weapons.

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