Sermons from December 2012
Deuteronomy 11:1-21 The children of God are His special care at all times. We can look back and see His care of us in the past, and be encouraged that this will continue into the future.
Psalm 149:1-9 We have many reasons to praise God as we draw near to Him in worship.
2 Corinthians 8:9 As we prepare to give gifts to those we love and care about this Christmastime, we consider the greatest gift ever given; the gift God gave to us: the Lord Jesus Christ.
Luke 7:47 How much do you love the Lord? We see that, like the woman in our passage, if you have been forgiven much, you will love Him much, and that love will express itself in thankfulness, faith and repentance.
Romans 8:12-13 You should seek to put your sins to death and put on Christ because that is the only way you can live.
We continue to study what the Bible teaches about God and the Godhead, focusing on the errors of Monarchianism.
Mark 10:1-12 What does the Lord say about the relationship between a husband and a wife? What are the biblical grounds for divorce and remarriage?
Colossians 3:1-3 If your eyes have been opened to see the reality of what God has promised, and your hearts have been filled with the desire for them, your thoughts will continually be of heaven. Fix your mind on heaven and your life will go that direction.
Mark 9:49-50 Would you relish the thought of having one of your limbs amputated? Sometimes, that’s how we feel about our sins; we don’t want to let them go because we love them too much, but we must!
Matthew 13:44-46 The treasure Jesus offers you in the Gospel will cost you everything you count most valuable in this world. You must treasure the Lord more than anything else. In this message, we see that this is true and then consider how we can do this in practice.