Sermons from September 2012
Isaiah 53:10 Revivals are a means of bringing in more of Christ’s sheep. Our passage reminds us that Jesus had a work to do when He came into the world; He was sent specifically to give Himself as a guilt offering for the sins of His people.
What is a revival? Why does the Lord send them? What are some of the main revivals He has sent?
Is the end near? What about the Mayan calendar? We begin a short series exploring what the Bible has to say about the end of world.
2 Peter 3:14-18 Do you ignore the teaching of the Bible because you think there are many different interpretations of it? This excuse has been around as long as the Bible has.
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.
Mark 9:30-32 Jesus takes His disciples away to instruct them – in particular about His coming death and resurrection. They do not understand, and are afraid to ask Him.
Psalm 90:1-2 God is eternal, without beginning or ending. He dwells outside of the time that He created, but also within it.
Mark 9:14-29 This morning, we see another very special blessing He promises to give you if you will follow Him: to give you whatever you ask. For this to apply, we see certain conditions must be met.
Matthew 19:26 We are seeing how the attributes of our wonderful God should draw out our hearts in love for Him. This week, our focus is on His infinite power, or omnipotence.
Mark 9:9-13 Do you say you believe and trust Jesus? Do you say that you have given your life to Him? Then are you are willing to die for Him? We see from the examples of John the Baptist and Jesus Himself that there is a cost to following the Lord: your life.
Psalm 139:7-10 God is omnipresent (He is present everywhere). After reviewing this aspect of His character and seeking to understand what it means and what it does not mean, we then spend some time reflecting on the practical significance of this truth.