Sermons on All

All sermons listed in chronological order.

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Useful Vessel in the House of God

In 2 Timothy 2:20-26, Paul uses a metaphor of vessels of gold, silver, clay and wood to describe people, but there is some disagreement amongst scholars about whom Paul is speaking and exactly what he means. Pastor Vitaliy attempts to shed some light on this difficult passage.

Our Confidence in Christ

In Hebrews 4:14-16, the author speaks of Christ as our great high priest and the confidence we can have to approach God in supplication because of Christ’s intercession on our behalf.
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Jesus Revealed

In John 21:1-14, we see Jesus third appearance to his disciples following his resurrection. By this time, we might expect them to be excited and eager to spread the gospel, yet instead we find them returning to their former life as fishers of fish.
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Sola Gratia

In Matthew 20:1-16, Jesus tells a parable of a vineyard owner and day laborers which serves to pit our sense of fairness against grace.
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Easter’s Footrace

In John 20:1-9, we see Simon Peter and John race to the tomb upon hearing Mary’s news that Jesus’ body is missing. As we have come to expect, the disciples fail to understand what has happened… until the lights turn on for John, and he begins to grasp the truth in faith, without seeing the risen Lord.

The Meaning of Palm Sunday

In John 12:12-19, we see the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. As we draw out the meaning of this event, it is clear that the people in the crowd misunderstood Jesus’ mission and purpose in coming to Jerusalem publicly,

Jesus and Nicodemus

In John 3:1-15, we meet Nicodemus: a Pharisee who stands out from his peers in that he seems to be genuinely seeking answers and not looking to entrap Jesus, and yet fails to understand because he has not yet been born again.
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The Parable of the Sower

In Luke 8:4-15, we read the parable of the Sower and the four types of soil which cause us to reflect on our own hearts and repent on the things that keep us from being fruitful.

Last Will & Testament

In the opening lines of Paul’s second letter to Timothy, we read the words of a man who knows he is about to die for his faith, commending his protege to continue the work in the face of opposition.