Tag: Repentance

Revival Prayer and Promise

This message was given at a worship service that was conducted in our church parking lot because of the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions on public gatherings. Attendees were able to hear the speaking and music via FM radio in their individual vehicles. The sermon was based on 2 Chronicles 7:14 regarding the Lord’s promise to…

Broken Hearted God

This is a sermon based on the last phrase in Genesis 6:6, “He was grieved in his heart.” The message describes the basis for God’s broken heart, which is love then explores the reasons God heart is broken. It concludes with comments about how we can delight God’s heart rather than break it. Excerpts of…

Repent, Obey, and Celebrate

This is the fifth 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 Passover as recorded in the OT books of history and poetry. It…

Judgment and Mercy

This is the eighth sermon in a series of messages on 2nd Peter. This message is based on 3:1-9 and it speaks about the judgment and mercy of God. Peter explains to his readers that judgment is surely coming in the future, and the only reason it hasn’t happened yet is due to the mercy…

One Greater than Solomon

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.

Hiding from God

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.

Redemption: Sinners’ Smartest Option – Part 1

This is the fifth sermon in a series of messages on the topic of redemption. This message focuses on the decisions that individuals must make in order to appropriate the redemption that Christ has provided. To view written excerpts of this message please click here.