Sermons on Salvation
Mark 2:1-13; Ephesians 3:14-21 — A fresh look at a familiar story brings fresh insights on the importance of forgiveness and reconciliation with God.
Revelation 21:1-7; 22; Luke 4:14-21 — Jesus brought the Heavenly future of Revelation down to earth in his own ministry; these promises and hope are something we can experience here and now.
Revelation 2:18-29 — Are there things of which I need, but refuse, to repent? The letter to Tyatira serves as a sobering warning that, though God is patient and loving, we cannot rebel indefinitely.
Revelation 3:1-6; Psalm 130:5-7 — Wake up to faith – don’t put it off until old age or a desperate moment. Wake up to faith that engages the world around us.
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.
Text: John 7:37-43; 8:1-11; Isaiah 12:3; Jeremiah 17:13; Leviticus 23 Today we are continuing with our “Come and See” series, responding to Jesus’ own invitation to come and see what he is all about through his teaching, his miracles, and his actions recorded in the Gospel of John. Today we will look at one story, but dig back a bit into all the events that led up to and…
John 6:26-69 — Jesus makes exclusive claims about himself; will we believe and follow?
John 3 — We can trust and learn to love God without understanding all the details; how do we respond to God’s love?