"Eternal" Tagged Sermons

"Eternal" Tagged Sermons

Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

The LORD Is My Shepherd, pt.4

Sermon #15 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 23. “The LORD Is My Shepherd, pt.4” Sermon In a Sentence: “My Good Shepherd is also my benevolent Host who serves me from His table, vindicates me before my enemies, blesses me with unending satisfaction, pursues me with his unfailing love and kindness, and welcomes me into His home to dwell with Him forever, and ever, and ever.”
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Encouragement for the Discouraged

Sermon #3 from the Series Major Messages from a Minor Prophet (Haggai 2:1-9): Title: “Encouragement for the Discouraged”, Sermon in a Sentence: “When serving the Lord, discouragement and fear are overcome by releasing the past to focus on the continuing promises of God’s presence, power, and peace.”

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.”

Why the Lord’s Supper?

Sermon #33 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 9:1-13): Title: “Why the Lord’s Supper?” Sermon in a Sentence: By His death—at the hands of those He came to save—and His resurrection, Jesus grants pardon from sin and eternal, abundant life to all who trust in Him.

What Is Your Treasure (And Where Are You Storing It)?

Sermon #16 from the series: “The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 6:19-21. Sermon in Sentence – “Our hearts are naturally drawn toward the place where our treasure is kept, so we must cultivate a heaven-focused heart by keeping an eternal perspective toward our temporary wealth.”

The Portrait of a Christ-Follower (Part 4)

Sermon #5 from the series: “The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 5:11-12). Sermon in a Sentence – “The blessed and truly happy person is one who has wholly and totally embraced Christ and His righteousness, lives increasingly out of step with the world, and therefore finds him or herself on the receiving end of the world’s harassment and ill-treatment.”