Sermons on Salvation
Luke 24:44-49 — God has planned and prepared our salvation since the foundation of the world.
Matthew 3:1-17 — Jesus baptism re-frames the meaning and our experience of repentance, resulting in the forgiveness of sin for all who trust him.
Isaiah 61; 1 Peter 2 — Salvation is God’s rescue from darkness to light for God’s glory; we continue to grow into this purpose.
Isaiah 60; Luke 2 — A look at what it means to receive and share the light of Christ in the darkness.
Isaiah 9, Luke 1-2 — Faith grows and matures on God’s promises and message, an encounter with Christ, and leaves us changed.
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.