Sermons from February 2012
We continue to look at how we can live as godly men and women, focusing on whom and why one should marry.
John 10:28-29 We consider the gifts of preservation and perseverance – gifts of the Spirit that God bestows upon all His children.
1 Timothy 1:15-16 Jesus didn’t come to save the righteous – He came to save sinners. No-one is good enough to be saved on their own account, but He promises He will make you good enough, if you will just come to Him.
We look at how godliness should manifest itself in the lives of young men and women.
Ephesians 2:18 The next in our series on the promises God makes to us if we believe: free access to Him. If you had not trusted in Jesus and received His adoption, you would be like everyone else in the world – standing on the outside looking in.
Mark 5:1-20 Jesus crossed the Sea to free a man who was demon-possessed, to judge the herdsmen for their sins, and to raise up a Gospel witness to bring the Good News to those in darkness.
Romans 8:12-17 The Lord has promised to give you the Spirit of adoption if you are walking with Him in holiness from the heart.
Mark 4:35-41 Jesus reveals to His disciples that He’s not just another prophet, but that He is God in human flesh.
This study examines what it means for young people to live godly lives.
Galatians 5:16-17 We consider our part in sanctification – what we need to do to cooperate with the Lord so that we will grow in our love, holiness, and spiritual strength.
Mark 4:30-34 In the parable of the mustard seed, Jesus tells us now how large and powerful His kingdom will become: It will begin very small – like a mustard seed, but it will grow very large – eventually filling the earth and becoming the greatest of all kingdoms.