Sermons from September 2011
We study the Fall to help us gain a biblical perspective on the environment, focusing primarily on what effect the fall had on us as humans, and the effect it had on the environment.
Psalm 1:3 We consider another blessing God promises his people, one we would all like to have: success. The Lord knows this is important, which is why He promises to bless us with success if we meet certain conditions.
Mark 3:7-12 Not everyone who „comes„ to Jesus comes for the right reasons or in a saving way. We see two things from our text: *First, it’s important that you come to Jesus, but *Second, you must come to Him for the right reasons.
Luke 12:13-21 Jesus addresses something we are all prone to be too concerned about – money. He helps to put it in its proper perspective – it is a far better use of our time to be rich towards God than to be rich in this world.
Mark 3:1-6 Jesus is our perfect example in everything – in our passage, He shows us what to do when ministering the Gospel to those who have hard hearts.
As we seek to obtain a Biblical view of the environment, we focus on what we can learn from Providence.
1 Samuel 2:30 We consider one more blessing that comes from walking with the Lord: honor. Our passage shows us this by way of negative example and by way of positive statement in the case of Eli.
Proverbs 3:5-6 Another great promise of God to His children is that He will guide them as they seek to live for Him. We examine this promise from a very well-known text of Scripture.
Mark 2:23-28 Jesus says, „The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath.„ We consider two things: *Why the Lord instituted the Sabbath (to be a blessing to man), and *What exceptions mercy permits on this day.