This is the third 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 was given for a regular observance of Communion and discusses the new meaning Jesus gives to…
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.
This sermon, given during a communion service, discusses the different people who are reported as being at the cross when Jesus was crucified and making applications for our own responses to His sacrifice on the cross. To read excerpts of this message, click here.
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 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 speaks about the joy and gladness that was present in the New Testament church, especially as they shared the emblems of the Lord’s Supper. You may read written excerpts of the sermon by clicking here.
This is the third sermon in a series of messages on the topic of Redemption. Pastor Les talks about redemption being planned before creation, and how the Old Testament shows shadows and types relating to redemption.
This sermon discusses baptism, communion and transformation as being three of the signs regarding conversion.