Sermons on Discipleship
Luke 13:1-9 – God has created us to bear fruit; let us not miss the opportunity before us now.
Luke 4:9-13 — Jesus shows us how to turn from testing to trusting God for the challenges we face.
Matthew 4:1-4; Psalm 19:7-11 — God’s Word invites and connects us into a loving relationship with our heavenly Father.
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.
Colossians 2:6-8; Psalm 100 — While teaching helps us know about Jesus, gratitude moves us to follow him.
Mark 1:40-45 — Jesus has pronounced us clean and whole before God; that vitally changes our self-understanding and our view of others.
Psalm 119:9-16 — Storing up God’s Word helps keep us on the right path; it helps keep us from sinning.
Revelation 3:14-22 — A look at spiritual ineffectivness, Jesus’ diagnosis and prescription for it, and the opportunity and invitation before us still.
Revelation 3:7-13 — Holding fast to God’s Word and Jesus’ name keep believers anchored in this world and in the face of persecution.
Matthew 28:18-20; Acts 2:42-47 — When we pursue intentional discipleship within the body of Christ, we will love each other better, be more generous, more joyful and fulfilled.