INTRODUCTION: Have you ever done something… And thought your parents were going to figuratively kill you? Maybe it was an accident… Or maybe it was outright sin and disobedience. Maybe you didn’t think you were going to get caught … and then you were. But nevertheless, you were afraid of what your parents…
The Roman Road
The Second Step on the Roman Road Lat week we saw what step 1 was: For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God; Everyone is a sinner, everyone is a law breaker, no-one is righteous. God uses the Law to strip man of his self-righteousness inorder to show him in his sinful state. Was then that…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 78 views
The Gospel of Jesus Christ promises us many truths. Since the cross is the decisive victory over sin, death, and Satan we get to enjoy wonderful riches in Christ. However, in many ways we wait until the day when he returns and the final judgement to fully be able to appreciate those wonderful riches. Until then, the natural effect of waiting is doubt whether those riches will ever come. Paul anticipates this doubt and teaches us how we can be confident that we are saved from the final judgement.
INTRODUCTION: Can rules change us? Over the years many public policy scholars have suggested >>>>>the difference between a criminal and a law-abiding citizen is mere knowledge. One prominent scholar suggested exactly that. That the reason the inner-city families have higher crime rates is because they…
Summer in the Psalms
Psalm 9 teaches us to praise God in remembrance of his character and deeds - specifically for the just punishment of his enemies and his remembrance of the oppressed. Instead of forgetting our humble human position, we praise God for his mercy toward us and long for the day when he will bring full and final judgment to those who forget Him.
The Justice of God
The Justice of God: Race, Gospel, and Ultimate Justice 22 So Paul, standing in the midst of the Areopagus, said: “Men of Athens, I perceive that in every way you are very religious. 23 For as I passed along and observed the objects of your worship, I found also an altar with this inscription: ‘To the…
Daniel: In the World
Bill Sizemore • Sermon • • 13 views
No one likes to talk about the judgement of God but everyone wants the benifits that it brings. When you truly understand the judgements from God you will see the blessings that it brings in our lives.
Trouble in the Text: One day we will all come to judgment. What will happen when Jesus returns? On the Day of the Lord, Jesus, the Son of Man will return in glory with angels and sit on his throne, as Lord and King with majesty and grandeur. Where is Jesus’ throne? 18 Then Jesus came to them and said,…
Dr. Hugo E. Garcia • Sermon • • 3 views
The events of the last three months (Feb-April 2020) have shaken the world and this great nation, the most powerful nation of the world. Those events have shown that, not matter how powerful a nation may be, its power is nothing in comparison to God’s power. The virus has forced us to think about God’s…
Three Cosmic Messages
Mark Borrett • Sermon • • 2 views
Prayer Introduction to Revelation 14 Last Friday Mark Finley introduced Revelation 14 . Revelation 14 is at the heart of this series by Mark Finley A Society in deep Trouble He started by comparing today's society with Rome and its eventual downfall. Pastor Walker on Sabbath compared today’s society…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 0 views
If no one can stand before God based on the Law (Romans 3:20); then we are all outlaws to God. This would be a hopeless and painful way to live. However, the propitiation of Christ (Romans 3:21-25) has purchased us peace with God. This means we have freedom from guilt, wrath, and are bestowed with the Spiritual blessings of God. (Romans 5:1-5) In particular, to verse 1, we should rejoice at the incredible hope we have in Christ. We have found peace with God by faith in Christ.