Sermons by Jonathan Merica
2 Chronicles 11:1-17 We are challenged to seek strength through obedience to Christ rather than ways that the world typically seeks strength.
Romans 6:1-6 We believe the Scriptures teach that we are justified by grace through faith alone in the person and work of Jesus Christ alone. Therefore, all who are united to Jesus by true faith will desire to walk in newness of life.
Luke 17:11-19 An admonition to all receiving blessings from God to express gratitude for His mercy.
1 John 2:6-11 An exhortation to professing Christians to conduct their lives as Jesus Christ taught us to walk in the light and to love our brother.
Micah 6:1-8 The people of God thought themselves to be devoted in their worship of God, and devout in their conduct, but they were blind to the transgressions of their ways.
Hebrews 4:1-10 Our text this evening from Hebrews 4:1-10 teaches us the urgency for everyone to give diligence to make certain they have entered into the promised rest of God.
Psalm 67:1-7 We are encouraged to pray for God’s mercy that the Gospel would spread to the ends of the earth and that God would be glorified.
Psalm 37:1-8 We are challenged to not be anxious in the new year as we are reminded that God is in control of everything.
James 1:19-27 It is not enough to hear the Word of God. It is not enough even to hear it with enjoyment. We must do the things God tells us in the Bible, or we are hypocrites. As we begin a new year, we are challenged to do what we are commanded in the Word.
Psalm 149:1-9 We have many reasons to praise God as we draw near to Him in worship.
Isaiah 58:1-14 We are in dark times, and it is due to our sin. We need to pray for a revival for this nation and all the world.
Genesis 41:45-57 There is a great spiritual famine in the world today. We are challenged to be like Joseph and preach the bread of life to the famished people in the earth.