Sermons on Biblical Themes
Mark 1:14-17; Luke 15:1-7 — God rejoices over welcoming humanity back into right relationship through Christ.
Psalm 136, Matthew 9.9-13 — God demonstrates steadfast love (hesed) toward us through highs and lows, that we might glorify God and bless others.
Ephesians 2, Romans 1 — God created humanity with purpose: to reveal the image of God and to love in the world as God loves.
Exodus 20; Luke 14 — The Sabbath is God’s gift to us for spiritual nourishment and rest.
Hebrews 10:19-25 — Tracing the importance of the community of faith through OT and NT, we look at the exhortation in Hebrews 10 not to forsake coming together as the church.
1 Corinthians 13 — A close look at agape-love as we live out “love your neighbor.”
Shalom is a rich biblical term variously translated as peace or wholeness.
Galatians 4:7-31 — Trusting God’s promise of grace in Christ brings freedom and joy to our lives (rather than the bondage of the alternatives).
Galatians 3:15-4:7 — Paul names three good uses for God’s Law (just not salvation).
Galatians 2 — Paul shares two accounts of holding to grace as the only basis for salvation.