Sermons on Worship
Psalm 148, Revelation 19 — Praise is publicly raising up who God is and what God has done.
Jeremiah 29:5-6 — Even in great loss and upheaval God has not turned away, but still calls and purposes humanity for worship and service.
Luke 2:8-20 — The extraordinary message from God through the angels teaches us how God still speaks to us today.
Isaiah 58:1-12 — God desires (and renews us!) through authentic worship and service.
Genesis 1-11 — The account of the creation and beginning of the world ask several “big questions” and lays the foundation for God’s big story in the rest of the Bible.
Psalm 33 – Worship helps the struggler perceive and experience God’s help and hope.
Matthew 21:1-14 — We exist on earth and as the Church to worship and serve God as Temples of the Holy Spirit.
Luke 17:11-21 – We worship and bring glory to God when we respond in humble gratitude to what God is doing in the world.
Luke 4:5-8 — As he resists temptation, Jesus shows us the way to turn from idolatry to worship.
Revelation 7:9-17; Psalm 23:1-3a — As other-worldly as worship in Revelation may seem, it is not so far-removed from our own lives and worship.