"faith" Tagged Sermons
Sermon #5 in the Series: “Confidence in Confusing Times” Scripture: Habakkuk 3:1-19. Sermon Titled: “A Song of Remembrance, Faith, and Joy” Sermon in a Sentence: “Though we may face fearful and troubling circumstances, we can rejoice in renewed faith when we remember who our God is, the mercy He has shown us, and all that He has done to save us.”
Sermon #4 in the Series: “Confidence in Confusing Times” Scripture: Habakkuk 2:2-20. Sermon Titled: “The Just Shall Live By Faith” Sermon in a Sentence: “The message that prideful unbelief leads to death while faith in Christ leads to life must be clearly proclaimed because it is certain to come to pass and will be confirmed by God’s judgment upon those whose confidence is in themselves rather than in Jesus Christ whose glory will ultimately fill the earth.”
Sermon #32 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Christ suffered and died to free us from the fear and guilt of sin so that we might experience His forgiveness, grace, and have hope of a future heavenly home.
Sermon Title: Taking a stand in the middle of the fire. Sermon in a Sentence: In the midst of our trials, as believers, we must continue to show our true love for God and our true faith in God by not doubting God’s ability to deliver us but also not presuming we know His will for our lives and leaving our fate in God’s hands.
Sermon #15 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories
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 #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.”
Sermon #19 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 6:1-6): Title: “A Prophet without Honor” – To be amazed by and familiar with Jesus yet remain unchanged and unmoved to come to Him in humble faith will result in the loss of His grace, mercy and salvation.
Sermon #18 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 5:21-43): Title: “A Desperate Father, a Desperate Woman, and Faith in Jesus” – Because sin leaves us spiritually unclean and hopelessly desperate, we must exercise faith in Jesus who promises to pour out His mercy and grace, remove our uncleanness, and give us new life.
Sermon #5 from the series: “The Psalms of the Ascent: The substance of our faith in the present is rooted in the fulfillment of God’s promises in the past and fixed on the certainty of their fulfillment in the future.
Those who have experienced the new birth into the family of God will love their brothers and sisters, obey their Father’s commands, and claim victory over the world through their faith in Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
Jude 16-25—Keep Fighting Contending for the Faith-Part 3 Sermon in a Sentence: True believers keep fighting by remembering the Word of God, remaining faithful in prayer, reaching out to those who have stumbled, resting in Christ’s ability and rejoicing in God’s greatness.
Sermon #8 from the series: Preparing for the Future by Examining the Past (Scripture Reference: Genesis 8:1-8:22). Sermon in a Sentence: “Since the Lord in faithfulness remembers us, we by faith must remember the Lord.”