Sermons on Kingdom of God
Isaiah 59 — Sin causes us to lose our way, but God has provided a way.
Mark 2:14-22 — At a dinner party Jesus lives out and illustrates his authority to forgive sins.
Mark 1:29-45 — We see a day in Jesus’ life, full of proclaiming and demonstrating the Kingdom of God as well as withdrawing for prayer.
Mark 1:14-28 — Jesus came to preach and demonstrate the Good News of the Kingdom and to call believers to follow him into the world.
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.
Luke 2:25-35 — Following Jesus will involve being humbled, but also being raised up to new life and joy.
2 Corinthians 9:3-15 — Paul urges us to invest lavishly in the work of God’s Kingdom.
1 Corinthians 3:1-11 — God does the holy work of growing His Kingdom, but invites our participation in sharing and living out the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Acts 3:1-10 — Jesus sends us into the world to serve as witness to the Kingdom of God.