Category: Full Sermons
Faithfulness and loyalty to Christ is a vitally important virtue in the Christian life that must not be treated lightly.
Rather I treat you as Jesus has treated me in the Gospel by mercifully forgiving me; that is what Paul is calling us to in Colossians.
I want to impress upon you the reality of an unseen world around us, a spiritual world that most people know absolutely nothing about.
He who owns all will one day come and each of us will give an account for what we did with all that Christ gave to us.
We must be weaned off of dependence on man. We must first learn to cry out to the One who will never turn a deaf ear to our cries.
How much do I really believe that without Him I can do nothing? Here is the answer: I believe it to the degree that I continue steadfastly in prayer.
Why in Hebrews 11 is Rahab singled out for her past sin and called a prostitute? We see here that her background was so sinful that her title has followed her for 3,500 years.
Since God is sovereign and is in utter and absolute control of everything, do the choices of men make any difference at all? What does the Bible say?
There are those in our churches who are wisely waiting for the Lord's coming and there are others who are foolishly unprepared as that great day approaches.
Wherefore, then, hast thou not known Me, broken in Gethsemane?
What is it that causes some people to have such extraordinary devotion to Christ? It is because they understand more of who God is.
There is a Biblical way to grow in the love of God, and it is not to pull yourself up in your own strength and try to force yourself to love God more.
What happened on the cross? We see four amazing things: the darkness in the sky, his two cries from the cross, and the tearing of the veil. This is holy powerful truth for our souls.
Once the writer John gets us to where we have assurance, he then doesn't have us sit there with our assurance but sends us to the battlefield.
Many make a radical distinction between the church and Israel, but such a distinction simply does not exist as can be seen by the Apostle Paul's words in Ephesians 2.