Sermon My Eyes Have Seen Thy Salvation

My Eyes Have Seen Thy Salvation

Every week, we sing the Nunc Dimittis (see text in bold below) after we complete the Lord’s Supper. It’s also known as the Song of Simeon or Simeon’s Blessing and is a thoughtful, inspired piece. Today’s sermon explores the Nunc Dimittis in detail and is based the chapter it is found, Luke 2: 22 And when …

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Uncategorized Those Who Are Coming Out of The Great Tribulation (Sermon from 2010)

Those Who Are Coming Out of The Great Tribulation (Sermon from 2010)

What is the Great Tribulation? It is that time period between Jesus’ ministry here on earth and His return. It is the sum total of all the troubles the church has endured, from individual trials we face to mass persecution, on account of confessing the Gospel of Christ. How do we endure? By faith. Faith …

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Sermon Your King Comes Unto You Lowly, and Riding Upon a Donkey

Your King Comes Unto You Lowly, and Riding Upon a Donkey

Wait. Is it Advent or Palm Sunday? It may seem odd at first that the sermon text for the first Sunday in Advent is from Palm Sunday. But upon further reflection, it all ties together nicely. How so? In both Advent and Palm Sunday, we see Christ’s arrival. The King is making His entry and …

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Sermon The Righteousness of the Law, the Righteousness of Faith

The Righteousness of the Law, the Righteousness of Faith

Today’s sermon focuses on righteousness and it’s full of questions and answers. What does “righteousness” mean? Who is it for? How is it obtained? Pastor walks us through this concept as he discusses Romans chapter 10. Please listen and share your thoughts in the Comments section. Epistle: Romans 10:5-17 5 For Moses writes about the righteousness that …

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Sermon Listen diligently, incline your ear and come to me

Listen diligently, incline your ear and come to me

Sermon Audio Recording – August 6, 2017 This week’s sermon focuses on Isaiah 55 and God’s desire for us to be spiritually wealthy. How do we know this? God tells us in verse 3, “Incline your ear, and come to me; hear, that your soul may live”. The focus is on the riches of the heart …

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Sermon More than Conquerors

More than Conquerors

Today’s sermon (July 30th) focused on the delicate and, at times, difficult to understand topic of predestination. You can listen to the sermon below. The topic is rich with discussion so leave your thoughts and questions in the comments section. Following are the Scripture readings for today’s sermon. Epistle: Romans 8:28-39 28 And we know that for …

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