"Mercy" Tagged Sermons
Sermon #30 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Lessons Learned From a Dying Patriarch Sermon in a Sentence: We must place our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, who frees us from the penalty of our sin, and calls us to live obedient lives in light of His promised blessing.
Sermon #39 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 10:23-31): Title: “A Lesson on Riches, Redemption, and Rewards” Sermon in a Sentence: The gift of salvation-a blessing of infinite value that is worth every sacrifice-comes through faith in the finished work of Christ and is proof of God’s blessing upon your life, not material wealth and prosperity.
Sermon #26 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 7:24-30): Title: “Crumbs for Dogs” – Though we are unworthy, we may partake of the blessings and benefits of Jesus Christ by coming to Him with a desperate, persistent, and humble faith, appealing to Him for His mercy and grace.
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 #3 from the series: “The Psalms of the Ascent: A Disciple’s Journey toward the Heart of God” – When we look around at our circumstances and at the troubles we may face, rather than despair, we must look back in remembrance to all that God has done, and look up in faith to the One who abounds in love and mercy.
As believers who have received the fullness of God’s salvation through Christ, we must live obedient lives that are characterized by simultaneously walking in truth and in love.
Sermon #2 from the series: “The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 5:3-5). Sermon in a Sentence – “God’s blessing rests on the true follower of Christ who not only recognizes, but also embraces and lives their lives with a deep sense of need for God’s grace and mercy.”