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The Demands of Discipleship

Scripture: Luke 14:25-35. Sermon Titled: “The Demands of Discipleship” Sermon in a Sentence: “The demands of genuine Christian discipleship are high, but absolutely worth it.”

The Invitation to the Great Banquet

Scripture: Luke 14:16-24. Sermon Titled: “The Invitation to the Great Banquet” Sermon in a Sentence: “Those who are self-assured and preoccupied with their own lives will miss out on God’s great banquet; but those who recognize their own inadequacies and unworthiness, and accept God’s gracious invitation will feast in His kingdom forever.”

Yearning or Yawning

Scripture: Luke 7:36-50. Sermon Titled: “Yearning or Yawning” Sermon in a Sentence: “The greater we sense the magnitude of our debt and the immensity of God’s grace, the greater our desire will be to demonstrate our love and gratitude for Him in return.”

Three Parables, One Message

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.”

The Story of a Father and Son that Will Take Your Breath Away

Scripture: Luke 15:11-32. Sermon Titled: “The Story of a Father and Son that Will Take Your Breath Away” Sermon in a Sentence: “The amazing grace of our Heavenly Father should take our breath away, drive us to repentance, and cause us to rejoice in His extravagant love and forgiveness.”

Jesus, the Lawyer, and the Good Samaritan

Scripture: Luke 10:25-37. Sermon Titled: “Jesus, the Lawyer, and the Good Samaritan” Sermon in a Sentence: “Jesus Christ is the ultimate Good Neighbor who saves law-breaking sinners who are bad neighbors so that through His power we may become good neighbors who live our lives as witnesses for Him.”

The Birth of Jesus

Christmas 2020 Series Sermon #4 Scripture: Luke 2:1-7. “The Birth of Jesus” Sermon In a Sentence: “We will be ready for Christmas when we believe that in Christ, God has reversed our fortunes at His cost.”

The Birth of John the Baptist and Zacharias’ Song of Praise

Christmas 2020 Series Sermon #3 Scripture: Luke 1:57-80. “The Birth of John the Baptist and Zacharias’ Song of Praise” Sermon In a Sentence: “Only after you cease doubting and believe that the light of God’s promised mercy has shone upon you, setting you free, giving you victory and forgiveness, will you truly be ready for Christmas.”

Gabriel’s Second Birth Announcement and Mary’s Song of Praise

Christmas 2020 Series Sermon #2 Scripture: Luke 1:25-56. “Gabriel’s Second Birth Announcement and Mary’s Song of Praise” Sermon In a Sentence: “Getting ready for Christmas necessitates recognizing your humble and needy condition, trusting in the grace-giving God with whom there are no impossibilities, and rejoicing in the salvation that the God-man, Christ Jesus came to bring.”

The Demands of Following Jesus, pt.1

Sermon #2 in Sermon Series: Follow Me! Sermon Title: The Demands of Following Jesus, pt.1. Scripture: Matthew 4:12-22; 9:9. Sermon In a Sentence: “The call to follow Jesus demands total commitment and that His kingdom be the top priority of your life.”

Simeon’s Song of Salvation

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.”

The Joy of Christmas

Series Title: Advent 2019. Sermon #3 Sermon Title: The Joy of Christmas. Scripture: Luke 2:1-20. Sermon In a Sentence: “The events of Luke 2 help us to see that true joy does not lie in our emotions or feelings but in the assurance that Christ came down to live in this world to be the unblemished sacrifice for our sins once and for all.”

The Road to Recognition

Luke 24:13-35 – Sermon Title “The Road to Recognition”, Sermon in a Sentence “Faith that Jesus was crucified and has risen from the grave turns hopelessness into hope, fear into courage, and despair into joy.”

Waiting on the Lord

Luke 2:22-35 – Sermon in a Sentence: “Simeon’s example of waiting on Jesus’ coming should be a model for us as we anticipate and wait on Jesus’ imminent second coming.”

The Incredibly Forgiving Father

Luke 15:11-32: Title: “The Incredibly Forgiving Father”, Sermon in a Sentence: “The outstretched arms of our heavenly Father is a call to come into His embrace, no matter how far we have gone or how close we have stayed, His forgiveness and acceptance is for everyone.”