August 22, 2021
When we consider we were born sinners, enemies of God, bound for hell, and incapable of saving ourselves… And then God, instead of destroying us, sends His Son to die in our place in order to make us His own, the result should reduce us to abject humility and full surrender.
August 9, 2020
So you are a believer in Christ. You tell others about Him, try to follow after Him, seek to be Christlike in all you do. In some cases you’re applauded for being a believer. But in other instances you’re mocked, ostracized, and rejected.
May 10, 2020
The book of Proverbs is summarized, then, in a poem praising a woman who is the wise manager of diverse enterprises ranging from weaving to wine making to trade in the market.
September 1, 2019
When we claim we are in Christ but our actions betray that profession, we rightfully get labeled as hypocrites. As believers we’ve been new-birthed into a life where we are deliberately and progressively putting off, removing, and eliminating the sinful lifestyles of our past.
November 5, 2016
God’s mercy has brought us new birth, eternal hope, and the secure promise of heavenly bliss with Christ our Lord. But meanwhile, as we relish all these present and future blessings, trials are inevitable.
June 26, 2016
While those of us in Christ can look upon Jesus’ sacrifice and see our ultimate judgment being executed on the cross, we will still stand before Christ and give an account for the lives we’ve lived.
June 12, 2016
In this sermon guest Pastor Tom Keene looks at King David’s journal of despair in the Psalms. From this Pastor Tom gives a prescription for how to handle despair in our lives.
May 15, 2016
Obviously we’ve been saved, made disciples of our Lord, for purposes far beyond the initial rescue. Hell was a bad destination. Heaven is an awesome destination. And yet God didn’t allow His Son to bear the cross only to have our destinations changed.
April 24, 2016
An astute preacher once said, “God loves you just the way He found you but He doesn’t want to leave you that way.” Yay and Amen! Colossians 3:1-17 is about changing our attire, being clothed with Christlike virtues.
December 13, 2015
Is it possible to view interruptions as sovereignly ordained appointments? What if we were to become increasingly more and more comfortable with our Lord interrupting us anytime He wants to?