Sermons by Dr. Craig Dale
Sermon #4 from the Series Major Genesis Part Three: (Genesis 26:12-33): Title: “Of Wells and Blessings”, Sermon in a Sentence: “Though undeserved and opposed by the world, God’s blessing and abiding presence should cause us to live worshipful, faith-filled lives for His glory – a testimony to the watching world.”
Sermon #3 from the Series Major Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories (Genesis 26:1-11): Title: “Like Father, Like Son”, Sermon in a Sentence: “Rather than allowing adversity to cause us to cower in fear and make a mockery of our faith, we should instead walk in fearless obedience, trusting fully in God’s promises.”
SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Genesis 25:19-34 SERMON IN A SENTENCE By His sovereign grace, God will fulfill His promise and redeem sinners whose faith is in Him. SERMON OUTLINE Faith trusts that God will overcome every obstacle to the fulfillment of His promise. Faith trusts in God’s sovereign choice to determine both when and how His promise will be fulfilled. Faith desires to become an heir to God’s promise and receive His blessing.
Sermon #1 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Genesis 24:1-9; 25:5-11. Sermon in a sentence: God’s faithfulness to His promises demands that we live lives of faith and obedience while relying on Him and resting in the hope He gives.
Series Christmas 2018 (Matthew 2:13-23): Title: “The Unsanitized Christmas Story”, Sermon in a Sentence: “The unsanitized story of Christmas tells us that Jesus entered our world of evil and chaos in order to defeat our greatest enemy and redeem us from our sin.”
Christmas 2018 Matthew 2:1-12 – Sermon in a Sentence: Wise men and women will respond to God’s revelation of Christ by seeking and worshiping Him.
Series Major Christmas 2018 (Matthew 1:1-17): Title: “Jesus’ Family Christmas Tree”, Sermon in a Sentence: ” Jesus is Israel’s true King – the anointed Savior of all nations – who has come to break the curse of sin and bestow His grace on sinners and outcasts.”
We should always thank and praise God because He is great and because He is so good.
Matthew 5:13-16 Title: “Salty and Shiny Christians”, Sermon in a Sentence: “Because believers have the inherent qualities of “salt” and “light,” we must actively allow those qualities to impact and penetrate the decaying and darkened world in which we live for the glory of God.”
1 Samuel 27 Title: “What’s a Guy Like You Doing in a Dump Like This?”, Sermon in a Sentence: “Whatever burdens we may have that weigh us down, we must lean on Jesus Christ, trusting in Him alone for the forgiveness of our sins and for the rest we need from our struggles.”
1 Samuel 17 Title: “The Battle is the Lord’s”, Sermon in a Sentence: “The message of the gospel is that we do not need to live in fear and defeat because Jesus Christ has won the battle we could not win for ourselves, and He offers victory to all who will stop trusting in their own abilities and place their trust in Him.
Philippians 2:5-11: Title: “A Mountain Peak Passage “, Sermon in a Sentence: “We should display the same humble attitude that Christ had because doing so prepares us to live a life of unreserved self-sacrifice for the sake of the gospel and the glory of God.”
Sermon #64 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 16:9-20): Title: “A Postscript to Mark’s Gospel”, Sermon in a Sentence: “The resurrection of Jesus necessitates our belief in the good news that we must faithfully proclaim and is the basis of our hope that we will one day be raised with Jesus to reign with Him.”
Sermon #63 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 16:1-8): Title: “The Resurrection of Jesus”, Sermon in a Sentence: “The historical reality of the resurrection of Jesus brings joy out of despair, restoration out of failure, and faith out of fear.”
Sermon #62 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 15:40-47): Title: “The Burial of Jesus”, Sermon in a Sentence: “The burial of Jesus proves that He truly died to pay the penalty of our sin and that His resurrection was not a hoax.”