"Obedience" Tagged Sermons
Sermon #9 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 21:1-14. Sermon Titled: “John’s Epilogue Pt.1: The Large Catch and Breakfast by the Sea” Sermon in a Sentence: “We will experience the blessings of the Lord that will far exceed our expectations and imaginations when we place our trust in the all-sufficient Savior, live our lives in obedience to Him, and pursue intimate fellowship with Him.”
Sermon #1 in Sermon Series: Follow Me! Sermon Title: The Call to Follow Jesus. Scripture: Matthew 4:12-22; 9:9. Sermon In a Sentence: “The call to follow Jesus requires sinners and outcasts like you and me to respond in faith by repenting of our sins and obediently surrendering everything to His Lordship.”
Sermon #3 from the Series Major Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories (Genesis 26:1-11): Title: “Like Father, Like Son”, Sermon in a Sentence: “Rather than allowing adversity to cause us to cower in fear and make a mockery of our faith, we should instead walk in fearless obedience, trusting fully in God’s promises.”
Sermon #23 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 6:45-56): Title: “Jesus Walks on the Water” – Even though we encounter storms in our lives, we should be encouraged, and should worship Jesus and rejoice in His glory because He carries us through the storms.
Sermon #20 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 6:6b-13): Title: “The Urgent Demands of the Gospel” – The urgency of the gospel necessitates that we be active disciples who live lives dependent upon God’s power and provision, focused on the mission of obediently proclaiming the straightforward message of faith and repentance.
Those who have experienced the new birth into the family of God will love their brothers and sisters, obey their Father’s commands, and claim victory over the world through their faith in Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
Sermon #15 from the series: “The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 6:5-15. Sermon in Sentence – “True prayer is the highest activity of our souls through which we declare our desire for God’s glory and acknowledge our complete dependence upon His grace.”