Sermons from November 2011
We look at the example of Jesus to see how we should live whether we are men or women.
Romans 8:28-30 Moving on from our earlier consideration of the physical blessings that true believers, who walk with the Lord, have in Jesus Christ, we begin to look at the far greater spiritual blessings that are also theirs in Him.
Mark 3:20-21, 31-35 Jesus teaches us something very important about His family in this passage. He helps us to see that He has many brothers and sisters and mothers, and shows us who they are.
We review some critical background information as we begin to look at what the Bible teaches about masculinity and femininity.
Matthew 9:9-13 Most people today believe they will go to heaven when they die, because they are good enough. But God says they aren’t; and we need to understand His assessment, since this is the one that really matters.
Mark 3:28-30 We consider the unpardonable sin. It is a very serious subject and one that we need to understand, whether we are believers or not
Job 5:8-27 We look at one more very important promise of physical blessing from God to His children: that the Lord will deliver us from trouble, if we will walk with Him. We consider this promise in general, and then look at some of the specifics.
Mark 3:22-27 We consider the argument the scribes used to try and discredit Jesus. They claimed He was demon-possessed, because He was casting out demons.
We close our series on the Christian and the environment by considering what we as Christians and churches should do based on all that we have seen so far.
Exodus 23:25 Returning to our series on the promises God makes to His people, we consider that He will bless us with many good things and also bless the good things He has given us.
Mark 3:13-19 The Lord calls whom He wills to Himself and salvation, and He also calls each of His servants to that particular work He wants them to do.