This sermon focuses on the words of Jesus as he prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane before His arrest and crucifixion. This message provided a review of a familiar account for celebrating the Lord’s Supper. To read excerpts of this message, click here.
This sermon is based on the story of the Queen of Sheba coming to visit king Solomon, including the comments that Jesus made about her visit when He was speaking to the Jews in the gospels. To read excerpts of this sermon click here.
This sermon takes a look at the most familiar text in the Bible, John 3:16 and attempts to provide important facts about God’s love based on the text. To read excerpts of the message, click here.
This sermon takes a look at three passages of Scripture (one in Jonah and two in Isaiah) as they reveal the responses of three different individuals to God’s agenda and mission of reaching the lost, and applies those observations to the lives of believers today. To read excerpts of this message click here.
This is a sermon that considers a few questions about Israel’s deliverance from Egypt as related in Psalm 78 and then attempts to make some appropriate spiritual applications for us in our individual walks of faith. To read excerpts of this message, click here.
This is a sermon that describes the actions of some people in the Bible who attempted to hide from God. It concludes by offering the option of hiding in God as portrayed in some of the Psalms. To read excerpts of the message click here.
This is the fourth sermon in a series of messages on the theme of worship. This message continues discussing how we should worship the Lord. We not only need to worship Him in spirit and in truth (previous sermon), but we should worship with our words and with our conduct.
This is the third sermon in a series of messages on the topic of worship. This message begins to discuss some of the key descriptions of authentic worship. Real genuine worship must be offered in spirit and in truth. To read excerpts of this message, click here.
This sermon was given for the celebration of the Lord’s Supper. It emphasizes the importance of Christians living in such a way to communicate to others that we are in communion with Christ rather than communion with devils. To read excerpts of the message, click here.
This sermon is the second one in a series of messages on worship. This message focuses on the motivations and reasons for worshiping God. We worship God to reveal the motives for our faith. We worship to reveal and exalt the true character of God. And we worship in order to refocus on eternal realities rather…