Sermons from July 2013
We learn how the Holy Spirit restrains sin in both believers and unbelievers.
Acts 4:12 One of the most difficult things Jesus calls us to do as Christians is evangelism. In our passage, however, we see the disciples evangelizing the Jewish leaders after they were arrested even though it certainly meant further conflict and persecution. The
2 Peter 3:14-18 For the greatest possible blessing from God, we should do our very best to believe and live according to His truth. It is especially important that we believe the true Gospel, or we will not be saved. However, it is also very important that we believe t
Mark 14:1-2 The leaders of the Jewish church, who claimed to be closest to God, hated God’s Son and wanted to kill Him. If we are believers, being made like Him in this world, the world will hate us too.
1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 To help us distinguish between Scriptures that deal with the judgment of God on Israel in 70 AD and those that have to do with the Second Coming of Christ and the ushering in of the eternal state, we consider these four questions:
Mark 13:28-37 Because the things Jesus spoke of in the Olivet Discourse would come on the generation then living, and because they would not know the exact day or hour of His judgment, they had to be ready at all times. We see that the warning to be ready at all time
Romans 2:12-16 There is only one King that all men are to submit to: Jesus Christ.
We look at the ways in which the the Spirit of God testifies that we are His children.
Mark 13:24-27 Many churches are confident that these verses deal with things that remain in the future for us. Howver, by reviewing the use of language in the Old Testament Scriptures and other events that happened historically, we see that this is not necessarily th
Matthew 25:1-13 The imminent return of Jesus Christ, widely believed in the church, may seem to present difficulties for the view that there is an optimistic future for the kingdom of God here on earth. Accordingly, we consider two things in this message: * Why some be