Living in the Light of God’s Glory

With this sermon we are almost to the end of our series on God’s attributes. In fact, this is the […]

Text: 1 Corinthians 10:31
Sermon Series: Our Awesome God

His Eye Is On the Sparrow: The Doctrine of God’s Omniscience

“If the Lord be with us, we have no cause of fear. His eye is upon us, His arm over […]

Text: Psalm 145:4-5
Sermon Series: Our Awesome God

He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands

The sovereignty of God is a mysterious doctrine because it brings us face to face with the problem of evil and free will. If God is sovereign, why is there evil in the universe? If man has free will, how can God be sovereign? Christians have debated these questions for centuries. Suffice it to say that God is sovereign and you are truly responsible for all the choices you make. Often we won’t understand how they work together, but they do. When we embrace this truth, we have the true freedom—and peace that comes with it—to stop trying to be God and let Him direct our lives.

Text: Daniel 4
Sermon Series: Our Awesome God

God’s Good vs. God’s Best

God will be no one’s debtor. You’ll never regret anything you give up for Jesus. Not in this life or in the life to come. But the saddest people in the all the world are those who cling stubbornly to what they have because they dare not give it up for God.

Text: Genesis 21:1-21
Sermon Series: Adventures with Abraham (Genesis 12-25)

When Christians Disagree

We Christians disagree a lot, sometimes about the craziest things. I don’t know if you know it or not, but […]

Text: Acts 15:36-41
Sermon Series: Light My Path -- Knowing God's Will

Why Bad Things Happen to God’s People

This passage contains important news regarding our suffering. It is temporary, educational and ultimately beneficial. Knowing this won’t make our suffering go away, but it gives us a perspective that helps us to keep believing in the midst of hard times.

Text: Romans 8:18-27
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)

The Battle Is On

The date—750 B.C. The place—Jerusalem. The man—Jehoshaphat, King of Judah, a good king, the son of Asa. During his reign […]

Text: II Chronicles 20

One Word You Shouldn’t Say Next Year

You can do “all things” if you rely on Jesus Christ. Not on your own strength, not on your own power, not on your own wisdom, and not on your own ability to figure things out. But if you will say, “Lord Jesus, this year I’m relying on you,” you can do all things through Christ.

Text: Philippians 4:13
Sermon Series: New Year’s Day Messages

The Most Sought After Things in the World

A number of years ago a major American magazine published the results of a most fascinating survey. The editors had […]

Text: Romans 5:1-5
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)

Portrait of a Dysfunctional Family

Although it is not a new word, most of us never heard the term “dysfunctional” until a few years ago. […]

Text: Genesis 27
Sermon Series: Journeys with Jacob (Genesis 25-50)

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