Sermons on Acts
Acts 2:1-13,37-39 — God has sent the Holy Spirit to empower Christ-followers to witness in the world.
Acts 1:4-11 — Jesus’ ascension has several important results for believers.
Isaiah 59 — Sin causes us to lose our way, but God has provided a way.
Acts 2:1-13,37-39 — God is at work in the world through the power of the Spirit and our human witness.
Acts 1:1-8 — Christians are called as living witnesses to seek God’s power and participate in what God is doing in the world.
Joel 2:28-32 — We are living during the “end time” of God’s victory and judgment over sin and death in which God has empowered us through His Spirit to be part of God’s merciful and redeeming work.
Joel 2:18-27; Acts 3:18-21 — Bring your sorrow and turn freshly to The Lord, who will restore the years that the locusts have taken.
Acts 3:1-10 — Jesus sends us into the world to serve as witness to the Kingdom of God.
Acts 2:47; 1 Corinthians 3:4-9 — God partners with us for the growth of His Church; we “tend the garden” and God causes the growth.
Acts 2:42-47 — As Christians we show generous care because God has shown it to us, because Jesus taught us to do so, and because the Holy Spirit cultivates godly compassion as it works within us!