Recent Sermons

April 15, 2018

“Come Be Made Well”

"Come Be Made Well"

Our sin was imputed to Christ who took it to the cross and His disease-free righteousness is imputed to us by faith. He saves us from sin and death and makes us forever well. Either by His wounds you are healed or you are not healed at all.

October 2, 2016

“The Great Physician Will See You Now”

"The Great Physician Will See You Now"

By our Lord’s stripes, you too can be healed. The Great Physician is in and He will see you now!

January 10, 2016

“To the Fellowship of the Cured”

"To the Fellowship of the Cured"

There is bad news and good news for all of us. First the bad news: We were born with a terminal disease. Now the Good News: there’s a cure–His name is Jesus!

September 14, 2014

“Lend Him Your Ear”

"Lend Him Your Ear"

During Jesus’ arrest, as Judas audaciously betrayed the Messiah with a kiss, Peter pulled out a short sword and cut off the ear of the high priest’s servant. John tells us the servant’s name was Malchus. It behooves us to ponder what the impact was on Malchus just as we have to wonder the same about every single person who encountered Jesus’ miraculous power.

September 7, 2014

“Receive Your Sight”

"Receive Your Sight"

The French atheist, Voltaire, apparently once quipped: “Even if a miracle should be wrought in the open marketplace before a thousand sober witnesses, I would rather mistrust my senses than admit a miracle.” Too bad the Frenchman never met Blind Bartimaeus, before and after he received his sight.

August 24, 2014

“Jesus Heals Lepers”

"Jesus Heals Lepers"

Leprosy was a horrible affliction that forced the infected to separate from their families, exempting them from the privileges of worship, work, and community life. Luke the physician tells the amazing story of how the Great Physician healed 10 lepers on a single occasion.

July 20, 2014

“Stop the Bleeding, Raise the Dead”

"Stop the Bleeding, Raise the Dead"

Matthew, Mark, and Luke all tell the story of Jesus healing two people on the same day. Both of these miracles have deep implications for us today in regards to hope for the future.

March 3, 2013

“Bartimaeus Meets The Great Ophthalmologist”

“Bartimaeus Meets The Great Ophthalmologist"

Jesus, bound for Jerusalem by way of Jericho, encounters a blind man begging along side of the road. Mark’s gospel tells us his name is Bartimaeus. The f15 mile jaunt from Jericho to Jerusalem is well traveled by pilgrims sojourning to Jewish festivals.