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 4:13Sermon Series: New Year’s Day Messages
Our final study in the life of Jacob is different from all the rest. When we began, he was still […]
Text: Genesis 49:10; Luke 1:33Sermon Series: Journeys with Jacob (Genesis 25-50)
In our study of the life of Jacob, we have come to a critical turning point. One might even call […]
Text: Genesis 32:22-32Sermon Series: Journeys with Jacob (Genesis 25-50)
I find myself in a peculiar position this morning. No matter what I say, or how carefully I say it, […]
Text: Genesis 1-3Sermon Series: Critical Issues
In one of his books Chuck Swindoll tells the following story. It seems that in the northeastern United States, codfish […]
Text: Genesis 29-31Sermon Series: Journeys with Jacob (Genesis 25-50)
There are many ways in the English language to express the idea of retribution. For instance, we say, “Everything that […]
Text: Genesis 29Sermon Series: Journeys with Jacob (Genesis 25-50)
In this day of social upheaval, many traditional views held by the Christian church are being questioned. Not the least […]
Sermon Series: Critical Issues
Part four of a sermon series “The seven last words of Christ”
Text: Matthew 27:45-46Sermon Series: Seven Last Words of Jesus
In his final moments Samson returned to God and accomplished his greatest victory. If you have failed and failed again, take heart. This story is for you.
Text: Judges 16:23-31Sermon Series: Samson, A Man for Our Times (Judges 13-16)
Samson’s story proves that smart people can do some very stupid things. Because he never appreciated his spiritual heritage, he was quick to throw it away.
Text: Judges 14Sermon Series: Samson, A Man for Our Times (Judges 13-16)