Sermons from August 2015

Sermons from August 2015

Radical Righteousness: The Christian and All-Out Love

Scripture Reference:  Matthew 5:43-48 Sermon in a Sentence The radical righteousness that Christ demands requires us to love not only our friends who love us in return, but also our enemies who hate us and desire to harm us, because we are true children of God who live with a heavenly rather than an earthly perspective. Sermon Outline As believers, we are not to limit the degree to which we love, or the people to whom we show love. Engaging…

Radical Righteousness: The Christian and Retaliation

Sermon #12 from the series: “The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 5:38-42). Sermon in a Sentence – “The radical righteousness that Christ requires necessitates that rather than retaliating and seeking revenge when we are wronged, we should instead use every opportunity to serve those who mistreat us as a testimony to God’s grace and mercy.”

The Value of Living Stones

(1 peter 2:1-10). Sermon in a Sentence – “True believers are living stones that find their eternal worth in proclaiming the excellencies of God, who is the chief cornerstone.”

Radical Righteousness: The Christian and Divorce

Sermon #10 from the series: “The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 5:31-32). Sermon in a Sentence – “The radical demands of the righteousness that Christ requires tells us that a husband and wife will pursue a lifelong monogamous marriage, allowing nothing to separate them.”