New Beginnings Church of Astoria

New Beginnings Church of Astoria
By New Beginnings Church of Astoria
About this podcast
Welcome to the official podcast of New Beginnings Church of Astoria located in Queens, New York. Please subscribe to our channel so you download and listen to our sermons.

Immediately below are our sermon series. As you scroll further down all our sermons are listed out with the most recent first. You can sort them by date by clicking on the arrows.
Latest episodes
Dec. 24, 2017
Jesus, God in the flesh, came to a world where there was no room for him at the inn. The inn was full, and no one was willing to go or throw anything out to make space for Him. Is there room for Jesus in your heart today? Are you willing to throw out some baggage to make room for Him? Will you make room for Jesus?
Dec. 17, 2017
Christ the King took the form of bondservant, made Himself of no reputation to come to us in Bethlehem, in a manger. Majesty in a Manger. Two thousand years later He is still as accessible to us, still identifies with us and still feeds our souls. Just as He did in that manger.
Nov. 19, 2017
In the place of our affliction (trouble) is where God causes us to forget and be fruitful.
Nov. 12, 2017
The prophet Zechariah sees a vision of the high priest being accused by Satan. It has relevance to the believer in Christ today. While we forgive others, we may find it difficult to forgive ourselves for grievous acts, often going back decades. We are accused by the enemy in our minds. Let us recall the words of the Lord spoken to the enemy in Zechariah's vision - we are burning sticks plucked from the fires of sin. We have been forgiven and cleansed by the blood of Christ, free from the assault of the enemy of our souls.
Nov. 5, 2017
Jesus tells the story of the unforgiving servant who was forgiven much but demanded payment from one who owed him. His master turned him over to the tormentors. Believers in Christ have been forgiven much, obligating us to extend that mercy. Otherwise, we invite the tormentors of bitterness, anger, resentment, and physical ailments as we withhold forgiveness.
Oct. 29, 2017
After he took the throne of Israel, King David came to the house of Saul looking for anyone who was left that so he can show mercy. This was because of a covenant made with Jonathan. Today the King of Glory, Jesus Christ comes to us because of a greater covenant, the New Covenant asking the same question - is there anyone to whom I can show mercy and kindness?
Oct. 22, 2017
Jesus tells the story of a merchant seeking fine pearls. Today this merchant, Jesus, is still seeking that which is valuable, the souls of men and women. Click on the play button below to listen.
Oct. 15, 2017
The religious said they "believed" Jesus' claims, yet he called them children of the devil. What was it about their belief that Jesus didn't accept? God expects a belief far greater than just mental acknowledgment. He expects a belief that is followed by action, an abiding in Him, a commitment of one's life to Him. This is saving faith, the faith that brings salvation. Click on the play button in the bottom left to listen.
Oct. 1, 2017
God is Holy and His Holiness expresses itself in many ways, 2 of which are His hatred of sin and His divine mercy. He is a God who is perfect in all His ways, yet merciful. A God who hates sin but loves the sinner insomuch that He did not spare heaven's best to provide a way back for sinful man. Click on the play button in the bottom left to listen to this message by Pastor Peter Outar of New Beginnings Church of Astoria.
Sept. 24, 2017
God's most important attribute is that of Holiness. He is holy. Isaiah saw a vision of Him in the temple and was awestruck at His Holiness. In the presence of a Holy God we too become undone and conscious of that gulf between God and us known as sin, which demands atonement. Listen to this sermon by Pastor Peter Outar by clicking the play button below left.