"Messiah" Tagged Sermons

"Messiah" Tagged Sermons

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.”

David’s Riddle: Whose Son is the Messiah?

Sermon #50 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 12:35-37): Title: “David’s Riddle: Whose Son is the Messiah?” Sermon in a Sentence: “As David’s Son and God’s Son (both human and divine), Jesus is the Messiah – sent to be our Savior – who must not only be David’s Lord, but yours and mine as well.”

The Misunderstood Messiah

Sermon #41 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 11:1-11): Title: “The Misunderstood Messiah” Sermon in a Sentence: When we fervently worship a messiah who we believe should fulfill our agendas and bring us comfort and prosperity, we fail to recognize the true Messiah who gave His life for others and calls us to surrender and follow Him.

Mark’s Pinnacle Passage

Sermon #30 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 8:27-9:1): Title: “Mark’s Pinnacle Passage” Sermon in a Sentence: Our hope for heaven depends upon our unashamed confession that Jesus is the crucified and resurrected Christ, which necessitates our commitment to follow Him all the way to the cross.

Jesus Heals a Blind Man

Sermon #29 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 8:22-26): Title: “A clear vision of Jesus sees Him as the Messiah who came to open blind eyes, and as the Savior who came to save you from your sins.”

The Death of John the Baptist

Sermon #21 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 6:14-29): Title: “The Death of John the Baptist” – Because of who He is, His infinite worth, and the difference He makes, we must humble ourselves before Jesus, repent of our sins, and trust in Him to save us.

An Introduction to the Gospel of Mark

Sermon #1 from the Series: The Gospel of Mark – Mark 8:22-38 “An Introduction to the Gospel of Mark” Sermon in a Sentence – You and I cannot remain the same once we encounter Jesus the Messiah because He is the Suffering Servant who came to save sinners by dying in their place, and He rightfully has the authority to make His claim upon our lives.