Sermons

  • Deuteronomy 17— It’s Not Just for Kings

    Deuteronomy 17— It’s Not Just for Kings

    The Bible has a lot to say about godly leadership, and looking deeply into God’s instructions for Israel’s kings reveals several key principles that apply to every Christian today.

  • You Believe What?

    You Believe What?

    What we believe is important and we should be confident in our beliefs, especially when challenged.  Our belief on judgment - the resurrections and the Great White Throne - separate us from most who profess Christianity.  What do we believe about these important topics?

  • What Is Christ Doing Now?

    What Is Christ Doing Now?

    The wave-sheaf represents the resurrection and ascension of Christ to the right hand of the Father. But what is He doing now? He is active on behalf of the Body of Christ, and the members of that Body, and preparing the way for them.

     

  • Behold the Lamb of God

    Behold the Lamb of God

    For centuries, the Jews dutifully kept the Passover, but they failed to comprehend the significance of what they were doing. This sermon looks at Jesus Christ as the Lamb of God.

  • The Benefits of Self Examination

    The Benefits of Self Examination

    Effective self-examination is difficult.  As human beings, we seem to find it easier to examine others rather than ourselves!  Here are some suggested approaches to effective self-examination that you may find helpful in preparing for Passover.

  • Five Reasons Why Our Examination May Not Be What It Could Be

    Five Reasons Why Our Examination May Not Be What It Could Be

    According to I Cor. 11, the time leading up to the Passover is a time of self-examination.  This sermon takes a look at five reasons people can be held back from this being as successful as possible.

  • What If? Are You Ready?

    What If? Are You Ready?

    A common question you have likely heard in the last year is, What if? It is good to know what is going on in society around us, to be aware of the times and to even to ask this question. But are we asking this question of the right things?

  • The Sin That Is Not Forgiven

    The Sin That Is Not Forgiven

    Committing sin brings the death penalty. One must repent of his or her sin to receive the gift of eternal life. If sin remains, it is not forgiven. If it is not forgiven, then the death penalty is incurred. It is God’s desire to forgive us of our sins.

  • Speaking of Gossip

    Speaking of Gossip

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