Matthew 4:1-11. This passage shows us why and how Jesus was tempted, as well as what Jesus’ temptation means for us today.
Daniel 2:44 – So many powerful kingdoms have come… and gone. In Daniel, we hear of a kingdom greater than all others. It will endure for ever. This brings hope and comfort to God’s people.
Matthew 3:1-17 – How does one prepare to meet King Jesus? Repent. What’s He, this King, like? Better than we can even imagine. Matthew introduces us to the King in this the first of 15 sermons in Matthew’s Gospel.
Hebrews 13:5 – The gospel of Jesus Christ should impact every area of the Christian’s life (even our bank accounts). Why can we be content with what we have? Because God will never leave us nor forsake us.
Romans 8:28-29 – It’s a passage that many know but also many misunderstand. Who does this promise apply to? And what is the good that God will bring about for them? Listen and find out.
Genesis 49:29-50:26 – As the last 2 patriarchs die and Genesis closes, we’re reminded again of God’s control over all things and the call to trust God’s promises to the end.
Revelation 11:15. This world is a kingdom, it belongs to Jesus, and that forever.
Genesis 49:1-28 – Jacob blesses his sons based on their past actions. Their blessings have an impact on the future of their families in the promised land.
Ephesians 6:10. Matt explains Paul’s instructions on standing firm in the Christian life.
Genesis 47.28-48.22. The beginning of the end for Jacob gives us three lessons to remember God’s promise. The promise is good, the promise is real, and the promise is surprising.
In the parable of the shrewd manager, Jesus taught his disciples the importance of investing eternally. In these verses Jesus taught the disciples the importance of being a good steward. In this sermon we note two signs of being a good steward.
Revelation 1:7. Windsor shows us the importance of Jesus’ exaltation and return.
Genesis 45-46:30. The story of Joseph reminds us that God is behind all things that happen to us. Jacob’s move to Egypt shows us that God is always keeping his Word. These truths provide comfort and encouragement for the believer who trusts in the Lord.
1 Peter 5:8. Peter warns believers to be alert against the temptations of the enemy. We look at three particular temptations believers today may face and three times believers may be especially tempted.
Isaiah 36. Sennacherib’s seige of Jerusalem shows us three ways the enemy attacks God’s people.
Hebrews 7:25 – A done deal. Finished. All wrapped up. That’s every Christian’s salvation. Why? Because Jesus is alive and well today.
Hebrews 10:31 – The first Good Friday was a dreadful day for Jesus, but it was the basis for our acceptance before God. It’s a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God, but, thankfully, Jesus went there for us.
Mark 6:30-44. Disciples are to tell people about Jesus, and they are to depend upon Jesus.
The Book of Jonah gives us several lessons on how not to share the Gospel. The Book of Daniel gives us several lessons on how to share the Gospel. Ultimately, for Christians, it comes down to having a Christ-like compassion for those who need to hear the message of reconciliation.
We live in the “modern world” that is skeptical about the place of religion in life, let alone the claims of Christ. Yet in this era the church continues to thrive. Across the globe, churches continue to proclaim the Gospel, and this will continue until Jesus returns. God’s wisdom continues to be on display in […]