"forgiveness" Tagged Sermons
Scripture: Luke 15. Sermon Titled: “Three Parables, One Message” Sermon in a Sentence: “Whenever a lost sinner trusts only in the finished work of Christ, repents of sin, and is restored to fellowship with God, there is cause for great joy and celebration.”
Sermon #10 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 21:15-25. Sermon Titled: “John’s Epilogue Pt.2: Peter’s Restoration” Sermon in a Sentence: “There is hope for those who have failed to experience forgiveness and restoration, and to live their lives with a unique purpose in service of the Lord.”
Sermon #7 in Sermon Series: Follow Me! Sermon Title: The Rewards of Following Jesus, pt.3. Scripture: John 21-1-22. Sermon In a Sentence: “Though you may have failed miserably, when you look only to Jesus and follow Him, you can be forgiven and have the focus of your life and your fellowship with Him restored.”
Sermon #26 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Reconciliation. Sermon in a Sentence: As sinners who have been forgiven of our sins and reconciled to God, we must recognize God’s sovereignty over our circumstances and continually strive to forgive and be reconciled to those who have sinned against us.
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.”
Though the account of Paul’s conversion on the road to Damascus is an incredible example of Christ’s saving power, we have the same power alive in us that saved us from the same destiny as Paul and should ignite a fire in us to always be ready to share the Gospel with others.
Sermon #4 from the series: “The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 5:7-9). Sermon in a Sentence – “God’s blessing rests on those who devote themselves to mercy, purity, and peacemaking because they are recipients of those same things by God’s grace through Christ.”