Dr. David Fincher • Sermon • • 45 views
It’s dangerous to use a word and not know what it means. (Mr. Barrett illustration) There is a chance that you have used the word worship for a long time without knowing exactly what it means. And yet, so much can be said and only begin to scratch the surface talking about worship. Churches have feuded…
Man in the Moon
Andrew Norvelle • Sermon • • 14 views
When Christ died on the cross, He took all the sins of the world on Himself, shedding His precious blood that we could become the bride of Christ, children of GOD and subsequently, co-heirs with Christ. I want to show you something very interesting I discovered about the sun and moon during the crucifixion.…
Church historian Clair Davis describes the Christian life as “a combination of amnesia and déja vu.” He says, “I know I’ve forgotten this before.” In other words, as we follow Christ we keep needing to learn the same lessons over and over because we keep forgetting them. And each time it happens, we…
What is the meaning of the Lord's Supper? Tracing the theme of the meal from Genesis to Revelation, we see that the meal is intimate relationship with God. When God is present, there is salvation and judgement. In the Lord's Supper, we see our judgement taken by Jesus in His broken body and blood poured out for us, and we see our salvation in God giving Himself to us in Christ represented by the bread and wine.
The Passion of the Lamb
Thomas Stroud • Chisholm Baptist Church • Sermon • • 1 view • 1:17:40
This time of Passover and Resurrection is a time of new beginning. Just as it was for Israel when the Lord delivered to them the Passover, so it was for Christ in the time of His Passion. Over the course of three Sundays, we will examine the Passion of the Lamb from three perspectives including: the presentation of the Lamb, the pronouncement of His innocence and subsequent passion, and finally His perfection in the Resurrection.