Matthew 12:22-24, 31-32; Hebrew 6:4-6; Ephesians 4:30; 1 Thessalonians 5:19; Hebrews 10:26-27, 29, 31; Galatians 5:25 The song that followed this sermon is linked below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nLXXephYRI God bless you and lead you by His Spirit through this coming week.
For those who attempted to worship with us over YouTube this past Sunday, we apologize for the technical difficulties with a new setup. Thank you for your patience as we attempt to improve that experience. Pastor Cody did record the audio of the sermon, at least. “The Spirit Is: the Presence of God (Faithfulness, Gentleness, […]
This Christmas sermon was preached Sunday, December 22. The story of the birth of Jesus, our Savior and Lord, can be read in Luke 2:1-20. Merry Christmas. May Christ arrive in the dark corners of your life today, with hope and peace and joy and love. God bless you this Christmas.
This is the second of a two-part mini-series for Advent, looking at the life and message of John the Baptist in preparation for Christmas. John’s message of repentance and invitation can be found in Matthew 3:1-12. Q. How has Jesus “come near” to you? Think of one moment when you were sure of your faith […]
This sermon was preached Sunday, December 8, the second Sunday of Advent. It was intended for the first Sunday of Advent, but preached a week later because of weather. This sermon was followed with a celebration of the Lord’s Supper. This short sermon series will look at the Advent life of John the Baptist. This […]
This sermon, the last in the series Revelation: A Vision of Christ, was preached Sunday, November 24. Thank you to everyone who has followed this series: we pray God has blessed you through His Word and His Spirit. This sermon looks at Revelation 22:6-21. Q. How does knowing Jesus, seeing Jesus for who He is, […]
This sermon, preached Sunday, November 17, is part of the sermon series Revelation: A Vision of Christ. This sermon covers Revelation 21:9-22:5, two connected visions of the new heaven/new earth: the New Eden, and the New Jerusalem. Garden, City, and Temple all overlap in the fulfillment of God’s eternal plan to dwell among His people. […]
This sermon, the 19th in the series Revelation: A Vision of Christ, was preached on November 10, 2019. This sermon looks at Revelation 21:1-8. What is our hope for the end of all things? “End,” meaning not just the final destination, but the greater destiny, the God-intended purpose, for all things? To understand, we should […]
This sermon was preached on All Saints Sunday, November 3, 2019, as part of the series, Revelation: A Vision of Christ. This sermon considers Revelation 20. Scholars and teachers have tended to organize the story of what will be, the earthly reign of King Jesus, in three broad ways: Premillennialism, which emphasizes the “not yet” […]
This sermon was preached Sunday, October 27, 2019, as part of the sermon series, Revelation: A Vision of Christ. This sermon considers Revelation 19:11-21. If Jesus is Lord, and His life means the defeat of death, sin, and Satan, then we as His subjects must follow Him, obey Him, and submit to Him. Q. Is […]