Tag: blood of Christ

Proclaiming the Lord’s Death

This is a sermon that was based on 1 Corinthians 11:26 where Paul declares that we proclaim the Lord’s death every time we share the sacrament of communion. This message explores the idea of making a proclamation regarding the death of Jesus Christ by sharing the emblems of communion. To read excerpts of this message,…

The Offense of the Cross

This is a sermon that was given in a worship service that included the sacrament of communion. It is based on a phrase found in Galatians 5:11 in which the Apostle Paul writes about the offense of the cross. The message attempts to explain what the offense of the cross involves and makes application for…

The Atonement of Christ

This is the fourth message in a series of sermons given during Lent in which details of the Passover in the Old Testament are compared to the events surrounding the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for our salvation. This sermon discusses the topic of atonement, emphasizing the fact that God chose Passover as the day His…

A Cleansing Fountain

This message was given for a worship service that included the sacrament of communion. It is based on the prophecy of Zech. 13:1 and it applies the wording of the prophet to the sacrifice of redemption provided by Jesus Christ. If you wish to read excerpts of this message, click here.

Let This Cup Pass

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.

Redemption: God’s Wisest Plan – Part 2

This is the fourth sermon in a series of messages on the topic of redemption. This message emphasizes the life and atonement of Jesus Christ, as well as the future redemption of all creation from the effects of the Fall. An extensive written excerpt of the message can be found here.

More than Adequate Covering

This sermon was preached by Pastor Les on June 5, 2016. The message focused on the covering of the blood of Christ and its implications for sharing Communion.