How Are We To Love Our Community Compassionately? Luke 10: 25-37 By Rev Julio Orozco Jr.

Welcome to Grace Community Church  In today’s sermon Pastor Julio will be preaching about how to love our community compassionately Overview:  The following words are often overlooked in the Lord’s prayer- Thy Kingdom Come. Upon closer inspection, these three words carry so much weight. We are the extension of the Kingdom of God in our sphere of influence, and one way we can show the kingdom of God to the  watching world around us is by loving our neighbors. We already established at the outset that as believers, we ought to first love God completely and love one another correctly. But it doesn’t stop there,Read More →

We Must Love One Another Correctly Romans 12:3-13

Welcome to Grace Community Church  In today’s sermon Pastor Julio will be looking at the mandate to love one another correctly Overview:  Jesus told His disciples to love one another before ascending to heaven, so that everyone observing would know they were indeed His disciples. This command applies not only to those with whom Jesus walked and lived, but also to us. However, I fear that the Church as a whole has become enamored with a notion of love that has little to do with biblical love. The apostle John in his first epistle made the following statement- by this we know that we loveRead More →

The Mandate To Love God Completely

Welcome to Grace Community Church  As we are still in the first days of the year, it is imperative that we get recalibrated, today Pastor Julio will be looking at the mandate to love God completely. Overview:  Some members of the Sanhedrin (Pharisees and Sadducees) tried to trap Jesus with tough questions concerning the Scripture on several occasions because they were jealous and resentful of him. They overlooked, however, that Jesus was the incarnate Word of God. He confounded them in their craftiness, and they had no choice but to keep quiet. The Sadducees had just asked Jesus for proof of the Resurrection (because theyRead More →

Blessed Are those who are crushed by the Lord

Welcome to Grace Community Church  to begin the New Year, Reverend Julio will be talking about the necessity of being crushed by the Lord. Overview:  No one wants to go through difficult times; I don’t know about you, but I want to be comfortable, and I want my life to run smoothly. But in God’s economy things don’t operate like that. The bible tells us in the book of Isaiah that Jesus was a man of sorrows, acquainted with grief. The life of the sinless only begotten Son of God was marked by suffering, which culminated in the Garden of Gethsemane, where the Father preparedRead More →

Are You Standing On The Rock, Matthew 7:24-29 By Rev Julio Orozco Jr.

Welcome to Grace Community Church we will be looking at  Matthew 7:24-29, Are You Standing On The Rock? Overview:  We are living in tumultuous times, when people are melting in terror, and scriptures warn us that terrible times will come in the final days, when many people’s hearts will grow cold. And, ladies and gentlemen, you don’t have to wait five minutes to witness the truth revealed in the Bible come to life on the news. The entire world may be forlorn and in quest of solutions and stability, but these flaming tribulations are to be expected for the born again Christian. In Matthew 7:24-29,Read More →

the birth of Jesus Christ

Welcome to Grace Community Church we will be looking at Luke 2:1-20, The Birth of Jesus Christ and its significance Overview:  In His last sermon, Pastor Julio preached about the birth of John the Baptist and its significance. In today’s sermon he will be looking at Luke 2:1-20 thoroughly. One of the important things about Luke’s account is the specific verifiable details he lays out for the reader. Reverend Julio will be making mentions of the significance of these nuggets. But more importantly, this account is about the birth of the Savior and the joy that it brought. PS: I’d like to invite you toRead More →

The birth of John the Baptist Luke 1

Welcome to Grace Community Church we will be looking at Luke 1:1-23, The Birth of John the Baptist and the subsequent Hope that it brought. Overview:  Not only was Luke not a Jew,  but he wasn’t an apostle of Jesus Christ, and some way wonder why His gospel is considered canonical. He was the Apostle Paul’s companion and therefore received apostolic endorsement. He is also the author of the book of Acts. He writes his gospel as a way to authenticate the other gospels by corroborating all the events that took place from Jesus’ birth to his death on a cross, and the resurrection. InRead More →

there is only one way to be saved Genesis 43:1-10

Welcome to Grace Community Church we will be looking at Genesis 43:1-10, There is only one way to be saved Overview:  Joseph’s brothers return to Canaan with  grain and food supplies, informing Jacob that they must return with Benjamin for more food . Jacob forbids this, but when the food and provisions run out again, he instructs his sons to return to Egypt for additional supplies. Judah informs his father that there is only ONE way back and that Benjamin must accompany them. In today’s sermon, Reverend Julio Orozco Jr. will show us how this account runs parallel with the exclusivity of the Salvation GodRead More →

There Is A Requirement For Mercy

Welcome to Grace Community Church we will be looking at Genesis 42:21-28 today-there is a requirement for mercy. Overview:  If you went to a typical church in America today, you’d think you were listening to motivational speakers. The Gospel has been distorted because certain aspects of its content have been completely removed. God’s mercy has been misrepresented. Because there has been an emphasis on making people feel good by tingling their ears with a corrupted Gospel, the wrath of God is rarely preached about. In today’s sermon, Reverend Julio Orozco Jr. will show us how Joseph did more than just give his brothers a pass;Read More →

What Are The Meaning & Significance Of The Christian Baptism By Rev Julio Orozco Jr.

Welcome to Grace Community Church , today our focus will be on Baptism Overview:  There have been many misconceptions concerning baptism, primarily as a result of the widespread of horrible teaching about this topic . As a result, some regard baptism as a prerequisite for entering God’s Kingdom, some as a type of mystical experience while others completely dismiss it . In Today’s sermon Rev Julio Orozco Jr. will clear all the smoke by giving us a biblical perspective on Baptism. PS: I’d like to invite you to like, share, and comment on the sermon on YouTube because it helps to spread it to peopleRead More →