God prefers losers who know their weakness, see their flaws, admit their mistakes, and cry out to him for help.
Text: 2 Corinthians 4:7Sermon Series: Never Give Up! (2 Corinthians)
Death was defeated when Jesus rose from the dead, and one day death will be no more.
Text: Revelation 1:18Sermon Series: Easter Sermons
It doesn’t take deep faith or total understanding in order to be transformed. All it takes is faith that believes the words of Jesus even when you aren’t sure of anything else.
Text: John 9Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
While living in this flesh, we face the same limitations as others do. We keep going because our confidence is on God, not in ourselves.
Text: 2 Corinthians 3:4-6Sermon Series: Never Give Up! (2 Corinthians)
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)
We are still the aroma of Christ to the saved and to the lost. Some believe and are saved. Others reject and are lost. That was true 2000 years ago, and it is still true today.
Text: 2 Corinthians 2:12-17Sermon Series: Never Give Up! (2 Corinthians)
When others twist your words, do not despair. Speak the truth, explain yourself clearly, and then entrust your future to the Lord. If we trust in him, the time of chaos will pass, and we will be stronger for having gone through the struggle.
Text: 2 Corinthians 1:12-2:4Sermon Series: Book of James Online CourseSermon 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
Don’t make the mistake of Korazin and take Jesus for granted. The day of grace comes to an end sooner or later. What will you say in the day of judgment if you have neglected the Son of God?
Text: Matthew 11:20-24Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
When we pray, we are to begin by asking that God’s name be hallowed and we are to end by praising God for his sovereign rule over the affairs of men. Thus the Lord’s Prayer begins with God and ends with God.
Text: Matthew 6:13Sermon Series: And When You Pray: The Deeper Meaning of The Lord’s Prayer