Sermons from August 2014
Psalm 119:81-88 When you obey God’s commandments, you show you are His, and at the same time, show that you are the heir of His promises.
Matthew 7:12 If you are to know Jesus, you must love your neighbor as He did – as you love yourself.
Psalm 119:73-80 One important reason the Lord wants you to obey Him is that you might be an encouragement to others to do the same.
John 4:34 If you would know Jesus Christ, you must love the Father with all your heart.
Psalm 119:65-72 The Lord will often discipline us with difficult situations to give us a better appreciation for His commandments.
John 17:3 Eternal life is more than a quality and length of life – it is a personal relationship with the Father and Jesus Christ.
Micah 6:1-8 The people of God thought themselves to be devoted in their worship of God, and devout in their conduct, but they were blind to the transgressions of their ways.
Revelation 5:5 As the Lion of the tribe of Judah, we see that Jesus is the Vouchsafed (promised) King, the Victorious King, and the Vengeful King.
Hebrews 4:1-10 Our text this evening from Hebrews 4:1-10 teaches us the urgency for everyone to give diligence to make certain they have entered into the promised rest of God.
Psalm 34 We consider that in the real world, we all face afflictions. For the Christian, God will be with us in those afflictions; for others, they have nowhere to turn, and their evil will slay them.