John 21 is in the Bible so that all of us Peter-types would know that though we fall again and again, by God’s grace we can keep
Text: John 21Sermon Series: Beyond Denial: Finding Ourselves in Peter’s Story
on getting back up. If he did it for Peter, he can do it for me and for you.
When Jesus is betrayed and arrested, Peter impulsively strikes with his sword to try to protect Him. Jesus rebukes Peter, heals Malchus’ ear and quietly submits, knowing that in the end, God’s will must be done. What should Peter have done? How does a follower of Christ react when all is lost?
Text: Luke 22:49-51Sermon Series: Beyond Denial: Finding Ourselves in Peter’s Story
As it was for Peter, so it will be for all of us. Our strengths and our weaknesses lie side by side. If we live on the level of our emotions, we may find ourselves actually opposing Jesus. If we think that our understanding equals God’s will, we are bound to fall into many grievous errors.
Text: Matthew 16:21-23Sermon Series: Beyond Denial: Finding Ourselves in Peter’s Story
On the first Christmas morning the sun began to shine in Bethlehem. Now that he has come into the world, nothing can ever be the same again. Now we have light in the darkness, pardon from our guilt, and peace that passes all understanding.
Text: Luke 1:78-79Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
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Text: Deuteronomy 18:15-19Sermon Series: Christ BC
If you’re wondering what God thinks about you, let’s take a journey through Psalm 103 and discover seven liberating truths about God’s heart. These verses reveal that he shows mercy to those who don’t deserve it, he remembers that we are dust, and he links us with eternity by linking us with himself.
Text: Psalm 103:6-18Sermon Series: Absolute Praise (Psalm 103)
An expanded outline of Revelation 10 with explanatory comments and application.
Text: Revelation 10Sermon Series: Revelation Chapter-by-Chapter
This sermon reveals the four disastrous consequnces if the resurrection is not true. If Christ did not rise from the dead, our preaching has no purpose, our faith has no forgiveness, our death has no deliverance, and our service has no significance.
Text: 1 Corinthians 15:12-20Sermon Series: Easter Sermons
Jesus is building a kingdom that will last forever. Why would you follow anyone else?
Text: Luke 1:33Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
Let me begin by saying right up front that no one knows exactly when Jesus was born because the Bible […]
Sermon Series: Christmas Messages