"Confidence" Tagged Sermons

"Confidence" Tagged Sermons

Hard Questions for Hard Times

Sermon #1 in the Series: “Confidence in Confusing Times” Scripture: Habakkuk 1:1-4. “Hard Questions for Hard Times” Sermon In a Sentence: “What God has done, is doing, and ultimately will do through Jesus is the ultimate answer to the questions “How long?” and “Why?””
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

A Battle Prayer

Sermon #10 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 20. Sermon Title: “A Battle Prayer” Sermon In a Sentence: “In times of anxiety and adversity, God’s people must remember to look to our King Jesus who has triumphed over His foes and given us our victory in His name.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

From Sighing to Singing

Sermon #6 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 13. Sermon Title: From Sighing to Singing Sermon In a Sentence: “When God delays and you feel abandoned, pour out your heart to Him, trust in His unfailing love, and allow your troubled sigh to turn to thankful song.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

When Trouble Comes

Sermon #3 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 3. Sermon Title: When Trouble Comes Sermon In a Sentence: “Because every single one of us are by nature defiant rebels against God, He has powerfully and decisively set His Son on the throne to end that rebellion, and sent His Spirit to call all rebels everywhere to submit to and take refuge in the Lord Jesus Christ or suffer His eternal wrath.”

The Hope of Christmas

Series Title: Advent 2019. Sermon Title: The Hope of Christmas. Scripture: Isaiah 40:1-11 . Sermon In a Sentence: “We can wait in hopeful anticipation of Christmas because we are certain of our salvation in Christ, confident in God’s promises and power, and assured that Christ fights for us and will carry us home.”

Forgotten, But Never Forgotten

Sermon #21 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Forgotten, But Never Forgotten from Genesis 40. Sermon in a Sentence: Although we may be disappointed by human hopes and forgotten by man, we know that God will never forget His children and will work through the circumstantial details of our lives to bring about His desired purposes.

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 Christmas Comfort Zone

Sermon #2 from the Series An Old Testament Christmas (Isaiah 40:1-11): Title: “The First Christmas Message” Sermon in a Sentence: Christmas brings the comfort that we can have forgiveness of our sins, the hope of glory, confidence in God’s promises and power, and the assurance that the same Christ who fights for us will also carry us home.

Faithlessness in the Valley

Sermon #32 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 9:1-13): Title: “Faithlessness in the Valley” Sermon in a Sentence: Life in the valley, which is marked by evil, pain, and struggle, necessitates a faith in Jesus as Savior that prayerfully acknowledges our utter and complete dependence upon Him.

John’s Final Word

Since we know that our assurance, confidence, promise, and certainty come from the only true God through faith in Jesus, His Son, then we must guard our hearts against the temptation to worship worthless and counterfeit misrepresentations of Him.

Praying with Persistence and Confidence

Sermon #20 from the series: “The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 7:7-). 11 Sermon in Sentence – “As believers and children of our Heavenly Father, we must be persistent in our prayers, confident that He will hear and answer us according to His good and perfect will.”

Worry Is Incompatible with the Christian Life

Sermon #18 from the series: “The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 6:25-34. Sermon in Sentence – “Because worry is a sin that demonstrates a lack of faith and trust in God, it is therefore incompatible with the Christian life that seeks to put God first.”