The Blessings of Obedience

A few weeks ago someone sent me the following prayer, written by a man named Frank Morris. It’s from something […]

Text: Haggai 2:10-19
Sermon Series: Haggai

How to Overcome Disappointment

On September 5, 1886, Charles Spurgeon began his sermon on our text with these incisive words: Satan is always doing […]

Text: Haggai 2:1-9
Sermon Series: Haggai

A Forgotten Doctrine: The Wrath of God

Sometimes the title tells the whole story. My sermon today is about the wrath of God. It is truly a […]

Text: Romans 1:18-20
Sermon Series: Our Awesome God

Why Are We Here? The First Question of the Catechism

As this is the first Sunday of a new year, it is an appropriate moment to begin a new sermon […]

Text: Jeremiah 24:7; John 17:3; Ephesians 1:17; 2 Thessalonians 1:8
Sermon Series: Our Awesome God

Christian Aerobics

“The mark of true Christian faith is that it changes everything you do and say.” Ray Stedman We have come […]

Text: 1 Thessalonians 5:12-22
Sermon Series: Living in the Last Days (1 Thessalonians)

Passing the Baton

Have you ever seen Jesus with the eyes of faith? Behold the Son of God. Fix your eyes upon him. Gaze upon his beauty. As the song says, “Look full in his wonderful face and the things of earth will grow strangely dim, in the light of his glory and grace.” Those who look to him will never be disappointed and like Abraham of old, they will rejoice and be glad forever.

Text: Genesis 25
Sermon Series: Adventures with Abraham (Genesis 12-25)

Christ B.C. Part I: Seed of the Woman

This is the first promise given after the Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. It is also the first gospel sermon ever preached on the face of the earth. Theologians call it the protoevangelium–or first gospel. These words spoken by God contain the first promise of redemption in the Bible. Everything else in the Bible flows from these words in Genesis 3:15. As the acorn contains the mighty oak, so these words contain the entire plan of salvation.

Text: Genesis 3:15
Sermon Series: Christ BC

Cheerfulness: The Healing Power of a Merry Heart

We all know people who struggle with sickness and weakness, yet when you go to see them, they cheer you up. On the other hand, we all know people who are sick and yet their spirit is crushed. When you go to see them, you feel worse when you leave than when you came, because they have sucked all the life out of you as well. There is a basic relationship between your mental attitude and your physical well-being. What is on the inside eventually manifests itself physically on the outside.

Text: Proverbs 17:22
Sermon Series: Street Smarts

Dreams, Visions and Supernatural Signs

Whenever dreams, visions and supernatural signs are discussed, three questions immediately come to mind. Number one, are such things really […]

Text: Numbers 12:6-8
Sermon Series: Light My Path -- Knowing God's Will

Life in the Spirit

The whole question of the Spirit-filled life resolves itself into this: Are you keeping in contact with the Holy Spirit? Your job—your only real job as a Christian—is to stay in contact with the Spirit.

Text: Romans 8:5-17
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)

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