If God forgave David, he will certainly forgive you. If a murdering adulterer could find grace, there is hope for you and me.
Text: Psalm 51Sermon Series: Psalms for Today
Here’s the whole Bible presented as a drama in six acts, starting with creation and ending with the Second Coming of Christ.
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
You do the figuring. Which is greater? Your sorrows or the vast and immeasurable promises of God, made in his Word, guaranteed by the Spirit, and purchased for us in the death and resurrection of our Lord?
Text: 2 Corinthians 4:16-18Sermon Series: Never Give Up! (2 Corinthians)
God invites us to seek his face. He wants us to know him better. It’s not as if our Heavenly Father is hiding himself from us. But we can only have a close relationship with him if we will seek it in prayer.
Text: Ephesians 1:15-23Sermon Series: Soul Food: Ephesians for the 21st-Century
There are many good things to be learned from the religions of the world, but there is only one way to God. Jesus is the way.
Text: John 14:6Sermon Series: Crucial Questions
Preaching is the highest calling in the whole world, worthy of the greatest effort week by week, as men called by God rise in the power of the Spirit to deliver the Word of God to a waiting congregation.
I cannot promise you an easy road if you decide to follow Jesus Christ. But I can promise you this. You will be blessed and you
Text: Hebrews 11:33-38Sermon Series: Outrageous Faith
won’t be sorry. And in the end, you will discover that the life of faith is full of adventure, and you will be glad you weren’t a couch
potato but dared to make a difference in the world.
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 stories of Isaac, Jacob and Joseph show us what faith looks like at the end of life. Here is one mark of genuine Christianity. When you come to the end of your earthly journey, you still hold on to what you believe. Because Jesus died and rose again, we can face our own death with confidence, knowing that the Lord will not abandon us when we need him most.
Text: Hebrews 11:20-22Sermon Series: Outrageous Faith
In this message, Ray Pritchard talks about the five character qualities that relate to a man and his anger. When our power is not under God’s control, we hurt ourselves and those closest to us. We need God’s help so that we might become like Jesus who was both gentle and strong, a true “gentle man.”
Sermon Series: Couples Conference 2007