Sermons from December 2013
Psalm 37:1-8 We are challenged to not be anxious in the new year as we are reminded that God is in control of everything.
Matthew 1:18-25 We see how Jesus fully lives up to the name Emmanuel, God with us. We consider Emmanuel as a name of: *Commitment *Condescension *Comfort *Confidence and Challenge *Conversion and Condemnation
Philippians 2:5-11 God made an infinite stoop to become a man that He might save all who would trust Him.
Philippians 2:1-5 The Lord, who humbled Himself to become a servant to you, calls you to follow His example of humility and servanthood.
2 John 1:1-13 The two things that matter most in the Christian life are that you believe the truth and that you walk in love. We look at the emphasis John places on these in this passage, and see that they are essential in evangelism as well as Christian living.
Exodus 20:12 In this message, we resume our consideration of the fact that believers in Christ are still to obey the 10 Commandments. Reviewing the 5th Commandment,
Continuing to add new hymns to our selection for public worship, we learn „Glory Be to Jesus„ by John Mason.
Mark 16:15-20 This message closes our series in the Gospel of Mark. In it, we see the mission that Jesus gave to His disciples and through them, to us. We also take a look at what Jesus meant concerning the signs that would attend those who would believe in the Gosp
1 John 1:6-9 You don’t have to confess your sins to a priest to receive forgiveness: All you must do is confess your sins to Jesus and ask for His forgiveness.
Mark 16:1-14 We reflect on the resurrection and see how important it is as an event in history – why there could be no salvation without it. We review why it was important for the Lord Jesus Christ and for every true believer. Finally, we consider how important it
1 Corinthians 1:17 Contrary to the teaching of some churches, we see that the Bible says baptism can’t save you. Only faith in Jesus Christ can!