God is fully satisfied with the work of his Son. Those who come to him find that their sins are forgiven forever.
Text: Romans 3:24-26Sermon Series: The Deeper Meaning of the Cross
“When we put our coming glory on the scales of eternity, the passing prosperity of the wicked amounts to nothing at all.”
Text: Psalm 73Sermon Series: Psalms for Today
God measures our success in terms of lives changed. He’s evidently not that impressed by the size of our budget or by the stained glass in our sanctuary. The One who hung the stars in space doesn’t really care how many books we’ve written or how much money we make or whether or not we see our name in lights.
Text: 2 Corinthians 3:1-3Sermon Series: Never Give Up! (2 Corinthians)
These four pictures of the Holy Spirit reveal different aspects of his ministry to us. We pray to know the Holy Spirit more deeply for he is Living Water, New Wine, Refreshing Wind, and Blazing Fire from Heaven.
Text: Four Pictures of the Holy SpiritSermon Series: What a Christian Believes
Here is the gospel truth. Jesus died. God is satisfied. When Jesus said, “It is finished,” he meant it. Will you believe it?
Text: John 19:30Sermon Series: What a Christian Believes
Christianity is not a religion for sissies or for those who want an easy road. If you are looking for an escape from your problems, Jesus is not for you. Christianity is for strong men and women who will not flee from the struggle.
Text: Ephesians 6:12Sermon Series: Soul Food: Ephesians for the 21st-Century
Being religious is not the same as being a real Christian. Jesus said even the best among us must be born again. A religious person has religion; a Christian has been born again through personal faith in Jesus Christ. It’ as simple as that. Religion is good but Jesus is better.
Text: John 3Sermon Series: Crucial Questions
Many Christians struggle with purity and feel guilty because they have failed again and again. If we want a clean heart, we must ask God for one.
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
Christians disagree about almost everything. And when we disagree, we usually start a new church. Which reminds me of a […]
Text: Acts 15:36-41Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
Christians have always disagreed – a lot! And it’s not a bad thing. But there is always a danger that our own personal preferences will grow so important that we no longer accept our brothers and sisters in the Lord who disagree with us. The great unifying factor for the people of God is the Lord Jesus Christ. He has broken down the wall that separated us from God and from one another. In Him we are joined together in the body of Christ. If we truly believe in Him, we can let Him deal with those who disagree with us. In the meantime, don’t forget to treat those who disagree as brothers and sisters in the Lord.
Text: Romans 14:1-12Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)