"Hope" Tagged Sermons
Sermon #7 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 14. Sermon Title: From Foolish to Forgiven Sermon In a Sentence: “Don’t be foolish and continue in your rejection of God, but rather, humble yourself before Him in repentance and receive the salvation that He offers to you through Jesus Christ.”
Scripture Reference: Psalm 131 Sermon in a Sentence: As we live in these uncertain and anxious times, resting in our relationship with Jesus helps us get off the unhealthy ladder of comparison, find contentment in our risen savior which gives us hope now and forevermore.
Sermon Series: Easter Sunday 2020 Sermon Title: The Resurrected Jesus Brings Hope! Scripture: John 20:11-18. Sermon In a Sentence: “Easter Sunday is a day of rejoicing because the resurrected Jesus brings hope – both now and forever!”
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.”
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 #46 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (28:1-10 ): Title: “What the Empty Tomb Signifies” “The empty tomb signifies that Jesus Christ has universal authority and that He is Lord.”
Sermon #40 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 10:46-52): Title: “He Brings Sight to the Blind” Sermon in a Sentence: Jesus is always ready to bring sight and salvation to those who will admit their spiritual blindness and their need to be saved, and trust in Him as Savior and Lord.
Sermon #1 from the Series An Old Testament Christmas (Genesis 3:15 ): Title: “The First Christmas Message” Sermon in a Sentence: The very first Christmas message announces the good news that the virgin-born Christ came to defeat Satan and set us free from the penalty of our sin through His death and resurrection.
Sermon #5 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 4:1-17). Sermon in Sentence – “When crises come, our first response, our identity and our hope should always be characterized by a robust faith in God.”
Sermon #4 from the series: “For Such a Time as This” (Scripture Reference: Esther 2:19-3:15). Sermon in Sentence – “Our hope does not rest in the ease of today’s or tomorrow’s earthly circumstances, but in the perfect, sovereign and certain rule of God.”