God delights in saving notorious sinners. He proved it by saving Rahab, a prostitute in ancient Jericho whose faith saved her whole family. There is no pit so deep that the love of God is not deeper still. There is no sin so terrible that Jesus cannot forgive it.
Text: Hebrews 11:31Sermon Series: Outrageous Faith
2 Samuel 2-3 tell the story of David’s long struggle to become king over all Israel. His life is a pattern of how God deals with his children. It is God’s plan to vindicate us slowly, bless us openly, surprise us occasionally, and test us continually. God intends to develop our character, and to do that adversity is essential.
Text: 2 Samuel 2-3Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
“And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; he will crush your […]
Text: Genesis 3:15Sermon Series: Christ BC
Hebrews 11:30 says that “by faith” the walls of Jericho fell. But what kind of faith brings down the walls of impossibility? This message points out five characteristics of the faith God honors when we face long odds and the only way forward doesn’t seem to make any sense.
Text: Hebrews 11:30Sermon Series: Outrageous Faith
From the story of Abraham offering Isaac, we learn that God calls us to yield our dearest treasures to him. Anything good can become an idol when it becomes too important to us. What is your Isaac? Are you willing to lay it down for Jesus’ sake?
Text: Hebrews 11:17-19Sermon Series: Outrageous Faith
Faith is the law of the kingdom. It is “belief plus unbelief and acting on the belief part.” Every blessing of the kingdom is available to those who put their faith to work by “acting on the belief part,” moment by moment, day by day, one little step at a time.
Text: Hebrews 11:1-2Sermon Series: Outrageous Faith
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.
This is a sermon about a topic we rarely discuss in church. This is a sermon about doubt. As such, […]
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
“Greet one another with a holy kiss” (Romans 16:16). In some ways Romans 16 appears to be one of the […]
Text: Romans 16:1-16Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)