Irwyn Ince • Sermon • • 14 views
By the blood of our Sacrificial Lamb, Jesus Christ, God calls us to faithfulness. May we be faithful worshippers who hold nothing back, but obediently give to God whatever he asks, trusting that “the Lord will provide.”
David: King of Israel
Anthony D. Krones • Sermon • • 8 views
The Story of David When we survey the life of David, we often think of him in terms of his sin with Bathsheba and the subsequent murder of her husband Uriah. Most of us would pinpoint that one event in time and David’s life and declare that it was his low point. But, the text before us finds David in…
Austin Keller • Sermon • • 2 views
"Listening to God sometimes means doing hard things." As the Israelites worship God, the sons of Eli perverted the sacrifices by defiling themselves with it. Eli loved his sons more than God's honor which brought Samuel into a position to tell him the truth about God's judgement. There will be times when embracing God's truth will not bring joy to others, but we need to do the hard things in life.
The Son; Week 4 - The Son's Sacrifice
Doug • Sermon • • 1 view
Introduction Series Recap Week one - The Son Speaks Week two - The Son’s Position Week three - Growth in the Son Today - The Son’s Sacrifice Week four I believe that a lot of people know that they are sinners maybe not use the wording like that, maybe they will but they know that there is something wrong…
The Story of the Bible - Creation to Israel
Thomas Choy • Sermon • • 0 views
Often when we read Deuteronomy and Leviticus, we are thrown off by the intricate details, repetitive nature, and seemingly insensible excessive practices of cleansing and sacrifices. We will look at different themes of these laws and apply them to the context of Jesus to better understand the significance of his ministry to the unclean and his role as the sacrificial lamb.
Evangelism & The Gospel Message
David Leslie Bond • Sermon • • 0 views
When I was about age six, a tall, pale white man stumbled into my home village of Dibagat in the northern jungles of the Philippine island of Luzon. The man didn’t speak our language, so our elders asked him the best they knew how, “Why are you here?” “I’ve come to learn your language,” he said. “I’d…