Painting of Jesus handing a key to Peter and asking, "But you, who do you say I am?"

“But you, who do you say I am?”

Jesus standing and speaking with people listening and the words "The Sermon on the Mount."

It is doing the will of the Father that matters, not the words we profess. Actions are louder than words. ‘I want to know what love is.’  And one may, with their lips, loudly profess their faith in God and even invoke Jesus as their Savior, yet deny him by thoughts, words and deeds.  . . .”—Pastor Ken

Drawing of Jesus' hand touching a hand that is covered with sores and the words "Jesus Heals the Leper." -Matt 8:2

“A man with leprosy came and kneeled before Jesus and said, ‘Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean.'”

2019 Jan 6, part 1, the introduction to the series “But you, who do you say I am?

Portrait of Kenneth L. Williamson wearing glasses, a gray jacket over a white shirt with pastor's collar.

Rev. Kenneth L. Williamson

This message from Pastor Ken in the first in this series. Thank you for your interest.

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Lordship Sermon Series

On Sunday, January 6th, Mt. Olive and Pastor Ken rang in the New Year 2019 with this message, the first in an exciting new sermon series titled, (as Jesus asked his disciples) But you, who do you say I am?”

This series is about LORDSHIP: How do we look at God’s expectations for us – as a blessing or a burden? Love doesn’t settle for less, but dreams of what could be.”  —Pastor Ken

Today we learned that:
  • We are empowered to acknowledge that God is Lord of all.
  • We are empowered to place God first in our life.
  • We are empowered to understand that Lordship is accepting responsibility and accountability.
Be Here at Mt. Olive next Sunday

Please come and hear this new series of messages, teaching about God’s Word, in person with us on Sunday. If you cannot be here, then the sermon will be available to listen to afterwards here on this website.

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