"Revelation" Tagged Sermons
Sermon #8 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 16. Sermon Title: “Strength for Today and Bright Hope for Tomorrow” Sermon In a Sentence: “When you make the Lord your Supreme Treasure, you will possess strength for today and a bright hope for tomorrow.”
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.”
Sermon #6 from the series: Letters from the Lord. Sermon Title: Frail yet Faithful in Philadelphia. Scripture: Revelation 3:7-13. Sermon In a Sentence: “Even though it may appear weak and seemingly unimportant, the church that remains faithful to God’s Word and refuses to deny Christ’s name will find the door of opportunity opened and the reward of God waiting.”
Sermon #5 from the series: Letters from the Lord. Sermon Title: The Church of the Living Dead. Scripture: Revelation 3:1-6. Sermon In a Sentence: “Because of apathy, a church that may appear alive and healthy is in danger of dying and must respond to Christ’s call to return to faithfulness and life.”
Sermon #3 from the series: Letters from the Lord. Sermon Title: Hold Fast to the Truth of Jesus. Scripture: Revelation 2:12-17. Sermon In a Sentence: Though constantly tempted to compromise both morally and theologically, true believers and churches are called to remain faithful to our Lord’s divine Word and receive His reward of fellowship and eternal life.
Sermon #2 from the series: Letters from the Lord. Sermon Title: Persecuted Because of Jesus. Scripture: Revelation 2:8-11. Sermon In a Sentence: Because of who He is, the Lord Jesus not only encourages but also rewards the church that suffers persecution for His name’s sake.
Sermon #1 from the series: Letters from the Lord. Sermon Title: Falling Out of Love with Jesus. Scripture: Revelation 2:1-7. Sermon In a Sentence: Although a church can be faithful in everything else it does, if it abandons its first love, it will lose its usefulness to the Lord.
Since we know that our assurance, confidence, promise, and certainty come from the only true God through faith in Jesus, His Son, then we must guard our hearts against the temptation to worship worthless and counterfeit misrepresentations of Him.