The Holy Spirit is the “first installment” of our salvation. He is God’s “deposit” in our lives, guaranteeing that God will one day finish what he has started.
Text: 2 Corinthians 5:5Sermon Series: Never Give Up! (2 Corinthians)
Jesus wants his churches to be motivated by love, founded on the truth, strong under pressure, and unashamed of his name.
Text: Revelation 3:7-13Sermon Series: Email from Jesus (Revelation 2-3)
The Sardis spirit overtakes us whenever we begin to take God’s gifts for granted. How quickly we can become the Church of the Living Dead and not even know it.
Text: Revelation 3:1-6Sermon Series: Email from Jesus (Revelation 2-3)
You can have the cheap thrills of the world and feel sick to your stomach the next morning. Or you can have Jesus now, a new life now, forgiveness now, real pleasure now, and you will one day rise to shine like the Morning Star.
Text: Revelation 2:18-29Sermon Series: Email from Jesus (Revelation 2-3)
Christians are narrow-minded about God’s truth. We believe something the chattering classes find incredible. We believe that God has spoken in his Word and that his Word is to be obeyed, not debated.
Text: Revelation 2:12-17Sermon Series: Email from Jesus (Revelation 2-3)
The advent of Antichrists shows the end is near.
Text: 1 John 2:18-27Sermon Series: Confident Christianity (1 John)
Let’s lift up Jesus as the only hope of the world. And let’s invite the rebels on the other side to put down their weapons and join us in the great celebration of God’s Son, the Anointed One, Our coming King–Jesus Christ!
Text: Psalm 2Sermon Series: Psalms for Today
Today as yesterday and tomorrow as today, Jesus is the answer to the deepest questions of life.
Text: Revelation 1:5Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
Here’s the whole Bible presented as a drama in six acts, starting with creation and ending with the Second Coming of Christ.
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
If we are indeed living in the last days before the return of Christ, we should expect things to get better and worse at the same time. We should expect hard times and good times, increasing opposition and amazing open doors, trouble ahead and glorious gospel victories.
Sermon Series: World Missions