"Light" Tagged Sermons
Scripture: Matthew 6:19-24. Sermon Titled: “Where Are Your Heart, Eyes, and Service Focused?” Sermon in a Sentence: “The life of a true Christian is characterized treasuring, worshiping, and serving the Lord Jesus whole-heartedly and refusing to be ruled by money and possessions.”
Sermon #9 in Sermon Series: Follow Me! Sermon Title: Following Jesus, the Light of the World, pt.2 Scripture: Matthew 5:14-16. Sermon In a Sentence: “Following Jesus necessitates reflecting His light to the world and setting an example worth following so that He may be glorified through you.”
Sermon #8 in Sermon Series: Follow Me! Sermon Title: Following Jesus, the Light of the World. Scripture: John 8:12. Sermon In a Sentence: “Those who are lost and living in a dark world must turn to and follow Jesus, the only source of true light.”
Sermon Title: Simeon’s Song of Salvation. Scripture: Luke 2:21-35. Sermon In a Sentence: “As the long-awaited Messiah who was born to die, Jesus Christ is humanity’s only hope of salvation.”
Matthew 5:13-16 Title: “Salty and Shiny Christians”, Sermon in a Sentence: “Because believers have the inherent qualities of “salt” and “light,” we must actively allow those qualities to impact and penetrate the decaying and darkened world in which we live for the glory of God.”
Sermon #4 from the Series An Old Testament Christmas (Isaiah 9:1-7): Title: “Christmas Contrasts” Sermon in a Sentence: The gift of Christ reverses our circumstances, dispels the darkness and gloom of our lives brought about by our sin, and brings us deliverance and salvation.
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 #6 from the series: “The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 5:13-16). Sermon in a Sentence – “Believers have the inherent qualities of “salt” and “light,” and therefore must actively allow those qualities to impact and penetrate the decaying and darkened world in which they live for the glory of God.”