Recent Sermons

Forgiveness
October 7, 2018

“Psalm 22: Christ on the Cross”

"Psalm 22: Christ on the Cross"

Christ has declared us not guilty and has reckoned us righteous. He has forgiven our sins, won us to Himself, adopted us as His own, and bestowed upon us everlasting life! And somehow David saw it coming ten centuries beforehand! Talk about an awesome God! Talk about Love!

August 26, 2018

“Restoration: When Broken Relationships Are Healed”

"Restoration: When Broken Relationships Are Healed"

The healing and restoration of broken relationships is an awesome thing! And it’s also a wonderful depiction of the Gospel of Jesus Christ!

August 19, 2018

“Reconciliation: When Enemies Become Friends”

"Reconciliation: When Enemies Become Friends"

Reconciliation is when two people at enmity are restored to friendship. God has reconciled us, former enemies, to Himself through the sacrifice of His Son. Love compelled Him. That same love is meant to move us to reconcile with others.

January 14, 2018

“Walk in the Light, Not in Darkness”

"Walk in the Light, Not in Darkness"

Clear throughout John’s first epistle is his notion that true regeneration, without transformation, makes the authenticity of the supposed regeneration, suspect. The purchase of our redemption and adoption was not cheap. Though it cost us nothing, the ransom paid was the violent death of God’s only Son. This has profound implications for our Christian walk.

October 15, 2017

“Who is There to Deliver?”

"Who is There to Deliver?"

Jesus Christ, who bore our sins on the cross, stands ready to be your Strong Deliverer, to forgive you and set you free from all that holds you captive. His hand is on your prison door, ready to yank it open.

September 25, 2016

“Razing the Roof”

"Razing the Roof"

Jesus is no ordinary Man. He is God. And the declaration of his forgiveness is even greater than the healings he performs.

March 25, 2016

“Thieves in the Darkness”

"Thieves in the Darkness"

When Jesus was crucified, it was between two thieves. The question is, which one of these two thieves represents you–the one who dies mocking and rejecting Jesus or the one who initially mocked but then found eternal hope in Jesus dying next to him on the cross? Nothing matters more…

February 22, 2015

“A Desperate Cry for Mercy and Forgiveness”

"A Desperate Cry for Mercy and Forgiveness"

King David sinned greatly against God, and Psalm 51 is his cry for mercy and forgiveness, a broken man with a genuinely repentant heart. Psalm 51 should be bookmarked by all Christians as we all need to own it.

January 11, 2015

“The Wait is Over”

"The Wait is Over"

David and his fellow psalmists pour their hearts out in the Psalms, crying out to God for help and mercy, forgiveness and pardon, protection, and deliverance. Then comes Jesus Christ and the wait is over. Our deepest cries have been heard.

June 30, 2013

“Confessing Our Sin Keeps Us Humble”

"Confessing Our Sin Keeps Us Humble"

The Apostle John, in his first epistle, talks of the divinity and humanity of Jesus, and he states that a primary message shared by Jesus was that “God is light, and in Him is no darkness at all.” If we are to walk in this light, we must confess that we are sinners in order to receive His forgiveness.

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