Sermon Archive (Page 2)

Sermon Archive (Page 2)

Be Filled with the Spirit

Be Filled with the Spirit (Luke 5:15-21): Title: “Be Filled with the Spirit” Sermon in a Sentence: “God’s will is for you to live a life of thanksgiving that is continually filled and controlled by the Holy Spirit so that you may live wisely and make the most of every opportunity that He has given to you.”

The Garden of Gethsemane, Part 2

Sermon #57 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 14:43-52): Title: “The Garden of Gethsemane, Part 2” Sermon in a Sentence: “Jesus understood what all the others did not – that His purpose was to die in the place of sinners, according to the revealed will of the Father.”

The Garden of Gethsemane, Part 2

Sermon #56 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 14:1-11): Title: “The Sovereign Savior ” Sermon in a Sentence: “The Lord’s Supper is a time of reflection that reminds us of His sovereignty over our circumstances, the absolute necessity of His sacrifice, and that His salvation is our only hope.”

Failure is Not Fatal

Sermon #55 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 14:27-31): Title: “Failure is Not Fatal” – “Sermon in a Sentence: “Your failure is not fatal because Christ forgives and restores those who repent and trust in Him.”

Love is a Battle

Title: “Love is a Battle” Sermon in a Sentence: “In a constant war that is being waged by the enemy on our families we must remember that we are called to love as we have been loved and it is out of that love that we will overcome the battle in our hearts to win our families and show grace to our neighbors.”

The Sovereign Savior

Sermon #54 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 14:1-11): Title: “The Sovereign Savior ” Sermon in a Sentence: “The Lord’s Supper is a time of reflection that reminds us of His sovereignty over our circumstances, the absolute necessity of His sacrifice, and that His salvation is our only hope.”

Extravagant Worship

Sermon #53 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 14:1-11): Title: “Extravagant Worship” Sermon in a Sentence: “Jesus endured rejection, betrayal, and ultimately death to save us from our sins, and is, therefore, worthy of our extravagant love, devotion, and worship.”

People Get Ready!

Sermon #52 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 13:1-37): Title: “People Get Ready!” Sermon in a Sentence: “Because all of us will stand before Him to be judged, we must prepare and be ready for the return of Jesus.”

Beware and Be Aware!

Sermon #51 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 12:38-44): Title: “Beware and Be Aware! ” Sermon in a Sentence: “Regardless of how impressive or meager the externals may be, God looks at the inward qualities of a person and condemns the self-sufficient heart gripped by pride, greed, and hypocrisy, and commends the humble, sacrificial, and devoted heart of one who is fully dependent upon Him.”

David’s Riddle: Whose Son is the Messiah?

Sermon #50 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 12:35-37): Title: “David’s Riddle: Whose Son is the Messiah?” Sermon in a Sentence: “As David’s Son and God’s Son (both human and divine), Jesus is the Messiah – sent to be our Savior – who must not only be David’s Lord, but yours and mine as well.”

So Close and yet So Far!

Sermon #49 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 12:28-34): Title: “So Close and yet So Far!” Sermon in a Sentence: “To move from being “close” to the kingdom to being “in” it requires more than simply embracing the command to love God and others; we must respond to the gospel call of the Savior who has perfectly lived out that command..”

One Bride for Seven Brothers: A Question about the Resurrection

Sermon #48 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 12:18-27): Title: “One Bride for Seven Brothers: A Question about the Resurrection” Sermon in a Sentence: “Through faith in Jesus who died and rose again, we are assured of God’s promise and power to raise us from the dead to a life that far surpasses our greatest imaginations.”

I Pledge Allegiance

Sermon #47 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 12:13-17): Title: “Allegiance to God’s sovereign rule requires rendering all that is due to the earthly authorities He has established and surrendering everything to Him in whose image we were made—the One who offers us salvation and eternal life through His Son.”

Encourage One Another

(Acts 11:19-26): Title: “Encourage One Another” “The life of Barnabas epitomizes a life devoted to others and sets a high standard of consistently seeking out avenues to encourage others so that the Kingdom of God is advanced.”

What the Empty Tomb Signifies

Sermon #46 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (28:1-10 ): Title: “What the Empty Tomb Signifies” “The empty tomb signifies that Jesus Christ has universal authority and that He is Lord.”

The Parable of the Vineyard Owner

Sermon #46 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 12:1-2): Title: “The Parable of the Vineyard Owner” Sermon in a Sentence: “Because Jesus is God’s only and beloved Son – the only sure foundation for our lives – to reject Him is to refuse God’s offer of mercy and grace and to invite His wrath.”

Jesus, the Authoritative Savior

Sermon #45 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 11:27-33): Title: “Jesus, the Authoritative Savior” “The origin and nature of Jesus’ authority supersedes all other authorities and necessitates our total submission to Him.”

Faith, Prayer, and Forgiveness

Sermon #44 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 11:22-26): Title: “Faith, Prayer and Forgiveness” – “Christ calls us to have a faith in God that results in a committed relationship with Him, is characterized by unwavering and confidant prayer, and is validated by a willingness to forgive, just as we have been forgiven.”

The Fig Tree, the Temple, and Christ’s Judgment

Sermon #43 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 10:46-52): Title: “He Brings Sight to the Blind” Sermon in a Sentence: Jesus is always ready to bring sight and salvation to those who will admit their spiritual blindness and their need to be saved, and trust in Him as Savior and Lord.”