Blessed Hope Chapel Treasure Valley Sermon Podcast

by Pastor Nick Pinneri Eagle

Blessed Hope Chapel Treasure Valley (Boise, Idaho) is a body of believers made up of people from different backgrounds and stories joined together through the gospel of Christ. Blessed Hope Chapel Treasure Valley is a start-up church and a sister church of Blessed Hope Chapel in Simi Valley, California. Our fellowship currently meets in the city of Eagle, Idaho, led by Pastor Nick Pinneri. For more information visit our webs ... 

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Podcast episodes

  • Feasting On The Bread Of Life

    Feasting On The Bread Of Life

    In the book of Exodus God told Moses, “I will rain down bread from heaven for you.”This bread, called manna, was a picture of the true bread of life Jesus who was sent from heaven to feed the world. In John Ch.6 Jesus calls His audience’s attention to the only means of attaining eternal life—by eating his flesh and drinking His blood. This difficult teaching sifted the crowds down to the original twelve to which Jesus looked to and said, “You do not want to leave too, do you?” Peter didn’t always respond appropriately, but this time he couldn’t have said it any better, “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.” In life, the words of Jesus don’t always make perfect sense to us. Nevertheless, Peter’s words of wisdom ring true—Lord to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.

  • Lowly For Christ

    Lowly For Christ

    The Greek word for lowly “Tapeinos” can be defined as one not rising far from the ground. Helps Word-Studies defines lowly as, “being God-reliant rather than self-reliant – which ironically always exalts a person (brings them true worth, cf. 1 Pet 5:6).” In 1 Corinthians 4:6-13 the Apostle Paul uses vivid contrasts and depictions of his life to warn the Corinthians of their distorted views of him and the Christian life. Sarcasm, irony, and figures of speech show forth as the Apostle yet again does his best to bring the Corinthians down low where Christ and his apostles humbly serve.

  • Proper Logic In An Improper Church

    Proper Logic In An Improper Church defines logic as, “A proper or reasonable way of thinking about or understanding something.” In 1 Corinthians 4:1-5 the Apostle Paul attempts to infuse proper logic into an improper church. The church was falsely examining Paul, scrutinizing his every move. Paul exhorts the church as to how they’re to properly view his apostleship, what their false examination means to him, and what examination truly counts in the Christian’s life. The patience of the Apostle Paul toward the Corinthian church is a virtue that all Christians should strive for.

  • The Right Kind Of Fool

    The Right Kind Of Fool

    1 Corinthians 3:18 states, “Let no man deceive himself. If any man among you thinks that he is wise in this age, let him become foolish that he may become wise.” The path to true biblical wisdom starts with being willing to be a fool for Christ. The Corinthians were wise in their own eyes and the Apostle Paul warns them of the consequences of spiritual deception. The Lord catches the wise in their craftiness and knows the reasonings of the wise, that their ways are useless. The right kind of fool is the one willing to humble themself before Christ, being a fool in the world’s eyes but honored, commended, and wise in the Kingdom of God.

  • Waiting In Silence

    Waiting In Silence

    Psalm 62:1 states, “My soul waits in silence for God only; From Him is my salvation.” One commentary describes the mind of the person who waits on God as “…the whole mind lies before the Lord like the sea beneath the wind, ready to be moved by every breath of his mouth, but free from all inward and self-caused emotion, as also from all power to be moved by anything other than the divine will.” In the world we live in we need all the more to spend quiet time with the Lord, hearing Him speak through His word. The paradox is that in a culture championing baby murder and LGBTQ pride, the Christian cannot be silent but must speak up, stand up, and rescue those who are headed to the slaughter. Like Jesus, we wait in silence for God in prayer finding the strength and power to engage the culture with the truth and self-sacrificial love. Lord help us.