Our problems with the sovereignty of God start when sovereignty becomes personal. We will never understand this doctrine until we remember that we live in a fallen, that evil is personal, that we must start with God, and that God has bought us with the blood of his Son.
Text: Psalm 103:19-22Sermon Series: Absolute Praise (Psalm 103)
Christmas is an amazing time of year. Yesterday I ran across a statement that sums it up: “Isn’t it amazing […]
Text: Isaiah 7:14; Matthew 1:23Sermon Series: Christ BC
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Text: Deuteronomy 18:15-19Sermon Series: Christ BC
Whoever occupies the Oval Office for the next four years will make decisions that will guide our nation far into the future. Which way will we go? How should we make up our minds? This sermon argues that we should “choose life” by taking our Christian convictions with us into the voting booth.
Text: Deuteronomy 30:19-20Sermon Series: Election Day Special Sermon
The amazing faith of Moses’ parents shows us the high value that God puts on children, including those children that are born in less than ideal circumstances. Christians love children because God loves children. Ours is true pro-family religion.
Text: Hebrews 11:23Sermon Series: Outrageous Faith
Why shouldn’t two adult Christians who happen to be divorced and have fallen in love—why shouldn’t they sleep together? That’s the question a man asked in an email. Here is my answer.
Sermon Series: Crucial Questions
Because Christians are aliens and strangers on earth, we are destined to live and die feeling slightly (and maybe more than slightly) out of place. But we will not quit, give up or go back because our home is in heaven. We have expectations of something much better than anything the world has to offer.
Text: Hebrews 11:13-16Sermon Series: Outrageous Faith
When we find ourselves struggling with discouragement, we need to be reminded that God is thinking about us, and his thoughts toward us are good and not evil. When we hope in God, we can be happy even though we find ourselves in Babylon.
Text: Jeremiah 29:11Sermon Series: Survivor Babylon: How to Make the Best of a Bad Situation
We serve a trans-generational God whose purposes span the centuries. He does not confine himself to our timetable or limit himself to our puny understanding of what he intends to do. If you have eyes to see beyond your own problems, look up and you will see the hand of God at work.
Text: Jeremiah 29:10Sermon Series: Survivor Babylon: How to Make the Best of a Bad Situation
Our enemies are a gift from God. If we didn’t need them He wouldn’t send them. God has a beneficial purpose in sending
Text: Jeremiah 29:7Sermon Series: Survivor Babylon: How to Make the Best of a Bad Situation
enemies our way – to make us more like Christ. Therefore, the person we might consider an enemy is, in reality, our best friend.