Sermons on All
All sermons listed in chronological order.
In 1 Timothy 3:14-16, Paul reflects on his purpose in the prior passages starting from 1 Timothy 2, saying that he writes these things that we may know how to behave as the church of God.
In Luke 17:11-19, we see Jesus heal ten lepers, but only one returns to Jesus with thankful praise and worship.
Continuing from last week, in Matthew 19:5-6 Jesus corrects the pharisees’ understanding of marriage by going back to its creation in Genesis 2.
In Matthew 19:3-4, Jesus corrects the pharisees in their understanding of marriage by going back to creation. So also in this modern era must we correct our own and our culture’s misunderstandings about the sexuality and gender by returning to scripture.
In Mark 9:33-41 we see the disciples of Jesus arguing over who among them is the greatest, and Jesus redefines what greatness is.
In Revelation 2:8-11, we read Jesus’ words of encouragement to the persecuted church in Smyrna.
In the beatitudes, Jesus tells us: “Blessed are those who mourn” (Matthew 5:4), a counter-cultural message then and now. Brent England digs into this verse in the context of modern life and his ministry as a prison chaplain.
In 1 Timothy 1:18-20, Paul admonishes Timothy to prepare for spiritual warfare and exercise discipline in the church.
In Psalm 73, the Psalmist is troubled by the world outside and confounded by looking within until he looks upward and discerns the eternal destiny of the wicked and finds comfort in our wonderful God.
In Psalm 5 we see David’s commitment to prayer.