Sermons on Worship
Luke 7:36-50 — Jesus teaches a Pharisee about the meaning of love and respect.
Isaiah 12, Ephesians 5 — We sing praise to God for who He is and for what He has done because we have the Holy Spirit working in us.
John 4:7-42 — Jesus invites us – warts and all – into authentic worship with God.
Luke 22; 1 Corinthians 11 — The Lord’s Supper offers believers an invitation, experience, and celebration of God’s grace through Jesus Christ.
Psalm 145 — Praise remembers and declares who God is and what God has done, serving to remind us of God’s enduring faithfulness in our lives.
Psalm 107:1-3 — God is good and merciful and has redeemed humanity; let us make Him known!
Hebrews 13:15 — Our grateful response to God is praise and 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.