Sunday Morning SoundBytes – 7/12/2015

Sunday’s message from The Sermon on the Mount series was called Your Heart on the Line, taken from Matthew 6:19-24. Here is a brief outline of the message:

“Above all else, guard your heart.” (Proverbs 4:23)

I. Two treasures (19-21)
   A. The treasures you store on earth will pass away
      – Job 1:21; Proverbs 23:4-5; Luke 12:16-21
   B. The treasures you store in heaven will last forever
      – Matthew 19:21; Colossians 3:2; 1 Timothy 6:17-19
   C. Your heart follows your treasure (Deuteronomy 6:5)

II. Two sets of eyes (22-23)
   A. The eye is symbolic of your heart (Psalm 119:6,10)
   B. When your heart is right, your path is clear (Psalm 119:105)
   C. When your heart is wrong, you walk in darkness (Prov 4:19)

III. Two masters (24)
   A. No one can serve two masters (James 4:4)
   B. Your heart can only be fully devoted to one (Psalm 62:10)
   C. You cannot serve both God and Money (Matthew 6:33)

Conclusion:
   1) Your treasure determines your heart.
   2) Your heart determines the course of your life.
   3) You cannot divide your heart between two masters.
Therefore: Choose this day whom you will serve! (Joshua 24:15)

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