Sermons from September 2010
Psalm 119:1-8 This is the most important question we can answer for ourselves personally: How can we know we’re truly the Lord’s?
1 Corinthians 9:19-22 We have a message that will save men from hell – the Gospel of Christ, the power of God to salvation. Why, then, don’t we use it? Why don’t we reach out to more people than we do?
We continue to examine the postmillennial view of eschatology, looking at arguments from the New Testament.
Matthew 15:21-28 When Jesus traveled to the region of Tyre and Sidon, He was approached by a woman asking Him to cast out the demon from her daughter.
Revelation 20:11-15 The doctrine of hell is not popular in this day and age, even in the church. Nevertheless it is clearly taught in the Scriptures and is an important truth for us to come to terms with.
We continue to examine the postmillennial view of eschatology, looking at arguments from the Old Testament.
Matthew 5:48 We consider how to walk with God in sincerity – with an honest and true heart. We see two things: *First, why we should desire godly sincerity. *Second, what gracious sincerity is.
Revelation 21:1-8 Are you living a life that is worthy of heaven? We consider exactly what heaven is and the encouragement and blessing that is present there. Not everyone will be saved – only those who trust in Christ and turn from their sins will be.
We examine the postmillennial view of eschatology.
Matthew 25:31-46 We come to the end of the Olivet Discourse, looking at one of the most important passages in all Scripture: one that shows us what will happen at the end of the world, the Day of Christ’s Judgment.
Acts 14:1-22 In this message, we reflect on how to walk with God during difficult times (i.e. trials and tribulations).