Sermons from February 2013
We continue to consider the person and work of the Holy Spirit, focusing on His guidance.
Luke 19:12-27 Many don’t become Christians because they are unwilling to submit to God and to obey His commands. They think that there will be no consequences for this from a God Who is infinitely loving. In this message, we see that these people are tragically wron
1 Thessalonians 5:17 If we’re seeking to be like Jesus and to put off our sins, we see that we must pray: *Constantly. *Fervently. *From a holy heart. *Humbly. *In faith. *Expectantly. *Sincerely and secretly. *Corporately. *With the Spirit’s help.
Mark 11:1-11 When Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey’s colt, this was His presentation himself to Israel as her King, in fulfillment of many prophecies given centuries before. Even though Israel rejected Him, He was still crowned King and He reigns today as King
1 John 2:15-17 The world is the main agent used by Satan to quench the work of the Holy Spirit within us. It serves as a fire extinguisher for the love to God that is in our hearts We look at what the world is in this context, why it weakens a believer and therefore th
We continue to learn about the person and work of the Holy Spirit
Mark 10:46-52 When Jesus left Jericho, a large crowd followed Him. Bartimaeus, a blind man, was sitting by the road. He knew that Jesus was passing by and cried out to Him for mercy. Because of his faith, Jesus restored Bartimaeus’s sight. If you would be saved, the
John 14:15-24 Your obedience to Jesus will go only as far as your love for Him and no further. If you love Jesus, you will keep His commandments. If you don’t love Him, you won’t.
Mark 10:35-45 The only way you can be great in God’s kingdom is to become the servant of all. We consider what this means, and how to apply it to our lives.
Psalm 119:1-8 In order to overcome any one sin, you must obey everything the Lord commands you to do. If you do, your desire to obey the Lord will be strengthened in every area, and He will bless you.