This sermon considers Romans 12:1-2 from the context of the Gospel and then discusses worship and transformation from Gospel-context.
This sermon considers love in the context of 1 Corinthians 12 – 15. The point is that division occurs where love is not active.
This sermon considers three glories of the church: it’s message, it’s ministry, and it’s purpose.
The world is broken. People wonder if God cares. He does and John 1:1 – 51 describes how.
This sermon is the first in the series for Advent 2018. The sermon proclaims the message of the coming of Christ from Jeremiah 33 and Luke 21: Christ has come; Christ will come again. The church should live in expectation of her returning Lord.
This sermon looks at those features of the early church of Acts that transfer to today’s church.
This sermon declares God’s grace irresistible. A better label is “effectual” or “efficient.” Why is that? When you read Scripture, you read about those who have resisted God’s grace. The grace of God in salvation is effectual or efficient. That is, God’s truly saves by His grace. Salvation is of…
This sermon considers the doctrine of particular redemption. Some call this “limited atonement.” That title reflects the history but it does not capture the main point. Give some thought to this: everyone limits the atonement. Those who believe that Jesus died for every human being who ever lived or will…