"restoration" Tagged Sermons
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.”
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.”
Sermon #10 in the Series: “Looking to the Cross and the Empty Tomb” Scripture: John 21:15-25. Sermon Titled: “John’s Epilogue Pt.2: Peter’s Restoration” Sermon in a Sentence: “There is hope for those who have failed to experience forgiveness and restoration, and to live their lives with a unique purpose in service of the Lord.”
Sermon #13 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 23. Sermon Title: “The LORD Is My Shepherd, pt.2” Sermon In a Sentence: “I will not lack anything when I trust the Lord Jesus as my Shepherd and follow Him on the right path to abundant life.”
Sermon #63 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 16:1-8): Title: “The Resurrection of Jesus”, Sermon in a Sentence: “The historical reality of the resurrection of Jesus brings joy out of despair, restoration out of failure, and faith out of fear.”
Sermon #55 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 14:27-31): Title: “Failure is Not Fatal” – “Sermon in a Sentence: “Your failure is not fatal because Christ forgives and restores those who repent and trust in Him.”
Sermon #10 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 2:21-22): “Something Old and Something New” Sermon in a Sentence – “The gospel of Jesus is not a patch to be added to our old self, nor can it be contained within old religious structures; rather, it is the good news that in Christ we are made new, wearing new robes of His righteousness and filled with the new wine of His Spirit.”
Sermon #5 from the series: “The Psalms of the Ascent: A thankful heart is a rescued heart convinced of God’s protection, a forgiven heart assured of God’s mercy, and a humble heart contented with God’s will.
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.