Sermons on Redemptive History
Revelation 21; 1 Cor. 15 — A look at the here-and-now implications of our future restoration by God: being and bearing first fruits in the world.
Exodus 2,6 — God redeems His people in order to bless them and (through them) the world.
Genesis 12:1-3 — God has acted to heal, bless, and redeem humanity, the earth, and the nations.
Genesis 1-11 — The account of the creation and beginning of the world ask several “big questions” and lays the foundation for God’s big story in the rest of the Bible.
Psalm 124 — Pastor Robert talks about justice and events of the day in light of the Exodus, Psalm 124, and Pentecost.
Luke 24:44-49 — God has planned and prepared our salvation since the foundation of the world.
Psalm 145 — This Psalm offers a helpful tool to remember the importance of PRAISE in our lives.
Ephesians 1:3-4; Philippians 1:3-11; Romans 12:1-2 — This Confirmation Sunday sermon surveys God’s movement (and love) toward humanity in history.
Philippians 2:8-11 — God has come after us out of love and invites us to a new start and a new life. HOW we do that is through Jesus Christ, through trusting him and orienting our lives on him.
Philippians 2:5-7; John 12:12-18 — Rather than seeking power, influence, or wealth, we are to serve and love others. Jesus is the only savior of the world.