Sunday Sermons from the UPPERROOM Dallas Campus
It is good to remember why it's important to get in the presence of God and let Him transform us on the inside. Lorisa walks us through worship from the very beginning of the Word and the beauty of ministering to the Lord now as new covenant believers.
Beginning in Genesis, man was delegated authority to cultivate the ground and unlock earths potential. Now, in the same way that rain comes to water the earth that man cultivates, we have become seeds planted in the soil of the presence of Jesus that will be transformed as His worth grows forth in us.
We see in the garden of Eden that God's design reveals God's desire - to have a place to rest with His creation. Miller reminds us of the very foundation of the UPPERRROOM found in Genesis all the way to Revelation and the reason we will prioritize the Presence of Jesus. The desire in the heart of God we see threaded throughout scripture is that He would dwell in & with His people.
There is a spiritual mystery that happens when we gather as the body, a reality beyond what we can physically perceive; there is a glory that knits our hearts together as we look upon Him. We remember the one thing we have in common is the table of Christ and we gather knowing that it is the desire of Jesus that we would be made one just as He and the Father are one.
In the book of Hebrews, we see Jesus as our Great High Priest. Peter Louis unfolds how this confession empowers us to be the house of God sustained by His covenant of rest. At the heart of revival, He will find sons and daughters who are at rest and confident in who He is.
Family cannot exist without participation of each generation. Whether you're aged in wisdom or young in fire, we need each other. Kevin shares specific timely words for each of the generations in our midst, bringing Axel and Truman into the conversation to share their hearts for living side by side.
This week our friends & pastors Jeremy & Ashley Shuck from UPPERROOM Frisco share their profound story of how the Lord has authored forgiveness in their lives. A big question we're faced with in the process of forgiveness is “what does it look
“In the same way you received Jesus our Lord and Messiah by faith, continue your journey of faith, progressing further into your union with him!” Joshua David continues this Sunday in Colossians, bringing us out of the shadow of our own thoughts and feelings and into His marvelous light. By faith we become one with Jesus, transforming the condition of our hearts as the first fruit of union with Him.
We see in the book of Colossians the foundation of Jesus Christ being enough. Joshua David from UPPERROOM India speaks from multiple places in scripture that reveal the true delight the Father has in us through His Son in the new covenant.
There are several “giants” in our day that culture is subject to. Jaco Booyens, a member of UPPERROOM & abolitionist fighting human trafficking, gives us tangible ways through the Word to stand up to fear and become a resting place for the plans and purposes of God.
Corey Russell brings us into one of the deepest revelations of his heart - that there is no pleasure or pain that compares to God revealing who He is to the human spirit. In Ephesians 1:18, we see the hope of His calling given to us through the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of God.
This Pentecost Sunday, Peter Louis leads us to bring our hearts before the Lord as a prerequisite to taking communion and worshipping. We look in Hebrews at the Mediator of the new covenant and how truly beautiful it is that Jesus ensures our access to the Father on our behalf. The law speaks and many die, but when grace speaks many live. Grace only flows through faith, and this magnificent truth authors faith in us to receive the abundance of grace and the free gift of righteousness He has for His born again believers. The blood is speaking, crying out “you are forgiven.”https://www.braveheart.run
Hospitality: to love a stranger, the different one; the other one. If there is one principle that is at the core of who we are as a house of prayer, it would ultimately be hospitality. Kevin Tipps helps bring our body into this revelation through 1 Peter 4:8, in that the Christian life is meant to be lived out together. As we host the presence of Jesus in the prayer room, we're asking that He would teach us and provoke us to create the same holy place around our dinner tables. Maranatha, come Lord Jesus in our homes.
There is one cure for the church in this hour - receiving, discerning, and honoring the blood and body of Jesus. The giving of God to Man is the sufficient ministry to save, deliver, and heal His children. As we return to the table of the Lord, we believe that there will be a great repentance that not only impacts the global church, but will transform the family unit around our own dinner tables. https://www.braveheart.run
Jesus is calling His Bride to go and do what they've been called to do; make disciples of all nations. Aaron Smith gives us three things from Matthew 28 that will empower our body and set us up to have fear broken off of ours lives - recognizing the power of His voice, the passion of His desire, and the promise of the end. We hope you're moved to ask for nations; our glorious inheritance as the church.
We pressed play on our very own Michael Mauldin, who truly carries the Lord's heart for seeing His people actively involved in bringing the Kingdom to earth. He shows us two ways that we can see leadership manifested in 1 Samuel through the lives of Saul and David - hiding behind baggage, or leaving it with the baggage keeper. This challenges us with the call to leave what we're carrying with the keeper of the baggage to take up the mantle we're given by God to bring His Kingdom to the earth.
In John 1:9 we see divine permission to receive the Father's delight. As we exalt the person of Jesus this week, Kevin Tipps leads us to see and know the Father through His Son. When you partner with this spirit of adoption, we pray you find dignity and value as you approach the promises you've been given as Sons.
This generation doesn't need another sermon - we need mothers and fathers to tell us who we are. God is speaking another narrative over Generation Z, and we're provoked by our friends at One Voice student missions to hear what is on His heart. Let this word move you to actively participate in what He longs to do in our day. He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children and the hearts of the children to their Fathers. https://ovsm.com/genzforjesus/
Our King is no longer in the grave, but has risen to life again. We have a window into our own salvation stories in the witness of Mary at the garden tomb in Matthew 28. This Resurrection Sunday, we remember what it was like to meet the Risen Jesus and hear Him call our names.
We were designed to live free from sin until the Lord returns - this is the glorious reality of the new covenant. We have been resurrected with Christ to newness of life and have been born again by His spirit. Today we are as close as we will ever be to God as His very own Sons & daughters.
As we “dive into the deep end” of the biblical narrative of our time, Miller speaks into the covenant God has made with Israel. May your heart be awakened to the Lord's redemption plan for His own nation, and how we as the church can actively participate.
We have pastor Lee Cummings from Radiant Church sharing with us a word that we believe is for the church in this hour. A new day requires an outpouring of the Holy Spirit, pressure to release the oil of anointing, and fanning into flame the coals of the fire God Himself has stewarded through the generations. Get ready to be recommissioned and receive strategy as the Bride of Christ to prepare for His glorious return.
As an extension of the message of King David, we see the prophesy of the Branch of the Lord Jesus threaded throughout the Old Testament. Prepare to receive an even greater revelation that our Bridegroom King will establish His rule and reign on the earth, provoking our body to cry marantha.
In the book of Psalms, there is evidence of the second coming of Jesus through the prayers and songs of King David. Join as us Kyle Martin from Time to Revive walks us through some of these prophesies and the fulfillments we can already see, along with the ones yet to come.
This week we dive into part two of the Davidic Covenant. We see Gods response to David specifically His desire to establish His throne through David where Jesus will reign forever and reestablish David's Tabernacle.
In this episode, we walk through the Mosaic Covenant in Exodus and God's intention to marry Israel. As we continue in this series, we pray it provokes two questions in the heart of this community: what does this mean for the Jewish people, and how can we partner with the Lord in preparation for His return?
This week we begin to see how the Seed of Redemption is hidden in the promise God made with His people through the Abrahamic covenant. There is a cry in the heart of the Father for Israel, and we're partnering with Him to provoke His people to jealousy for the return of the Jesus. Maranatha!
This week Miller expands on the conflict at hand - there has been a war in Heaven that began in Genesis that God has won through the Seed that is His Son. Now that we've been born into God's family, we partake in His plan to advance His Kingdom on the earth.
This week Miller continues the conversation of Father's determination to bring redemption to His people through the Seed of His Son. There is a Maranatha cry for the Redeemer in the seed promise found in Genesis 3 that is completed in Revelation 20:2. Now we get to partner with this plan still playing out in the Holy huddle; God's covenant of redemption.
Join us as we receive a word for 2022 from 2 Timothy 2:22 - how to steward the hunger we were made to have for the Word of God. As you listen, we pray for a revelation of the zeal of the Lord to feed you in secret place and to awaken you even more to His living word.
Tune is as Lorisa reminds our family of the broad storyline throughout scripture and how our lives become a part of that story as born again believers through the incorruptible Seed. We pray that as you submit your lives to the Lord, you find them in the heart of the Father and His covenant of redemption to mankind.
This week Miller talks about three types of covenants God has made, emphasizing the one He's made with Himself - the covenant of redemption. It's our heart that the Maranatha cry becomes beautifully practical to you through this covenant initiated by the Father, executed by the Son, and applied by the Spirit.
Tune in as our very own Peter Louis speaks into the second greatest commandment - loving your neighbor. It is our prayer that you are compelled by the love God has for you & the reality that He has given all that is needed to love well in His Son.
This week Lorisa reminds us that preparation for the end of times looks like being tethered to the Word, with the Word - Jesus Himself. We pray that as you listen, you are stirred to hunger and thirst for righteousness as we await the return of our King. Maranatha!
This week Miller reminds the UPPERROOM family of the little hinge that opens big doors in the Kingdom of God - thanksgiving. Join us as we walk through several instances in the scripture where deliverance was found in giving God a sacrifice of praise.
This week Corey Russell continues to speak on Matthew 24 and the treasure found in the Word on the second coming of the Lord. We're given three practical ways to ready ourselves for His coming - feed His flock, build interior reservoirs in His presence, and be faithful to steward what He's given us.
This week Miller brings our dear friend Ray Sturdivent to the table to begin the conversation on Matthew 24 and what the Lord has to say about the end of days. We hope you are provoked to dive into the scriptures with us. Maranatha!
WE'RE PRESSING PLAY ON THE HEART OF OUR DEAR FRIEND LYLE PHILLIPS FROM LEGACY NASHVILLE AS HE REMINDS US OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTIMACY WITH JESUS AND BECOMING FISHERS OF MEN. WE PRAY THAT YOU ARE ENCOUNTERED BY THE TESTIMONY OF GOD IN YOUR OWN LIFE AND THAT YOU ARE COMPELLED BY HIS LOVE TO REACH OTHERS.
IN THIS SESSION OF THE SABBATH REST SERIES, RABBI JASON SOBEL TALKS ABOUT HOW WE WERE CREATED FOR CONNECTION WITH MESSIAH JESUS AND COMMUNITY WITH OTHER BELIEVERS. WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS LAST SESSION IN OUR SERIES ON REST.