Recent Sermons

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, our church members will stay home and use the website and other means for sermons, singing, and worship. You may use the same sermons that we will post here, whether from website archives or new recordings by our pastor from our church facility.



The Crucifixion in I Timothy 3:16

The inspired summary of truth Paul gave Timothy for the apostolic churches has six glorious phrases. Where is the crucifixion? It is found in each of the six events, if you stop to consider the richness and depth of the summary list. Hallelujah!

 

Jesus Is Our Yea and Amen

Everyone and everything you know in this world changes. You cannot trust anything with full confidence. God’s promises are different, for they depend on the integrity and performance of Jesus – the great Yea and Amen of God’s promises.

 

 

 

 

Christ of I Timothy 3:16  Slides 

Slide presentation to review a key N.T. verse summarizing the gospel. The six facts here are greater than all events of human history. We must learn and love the Man Christ Jesus that did all these great things for us, especially as Gentile pagans.

 

 

 

Review of Isaiah 45-66   Slides 

Slides are used to summarize each chapter of Isaiah from the recent sermon series. The purpose is to jog memories of the good things learned at the end of a long series. Extensive notes are on the website for deeper study of any verse.

 

Men Share Favorites of Isaiah

God mercifully showed us precious things from Isaiah’s many chapters and verses. Though still limited by the pandemic rules, about 20 men shared favorite verses from Isaiah. The variety reflects experiences of different men and Holy Spirit use.

 

 

 

Review of Isaiah 1-22   Slides 

Slides are used to summarize each chapter of Isaiah from the recent sermon series. The purpose is to jog memories of the good things learned at the end of a long series. Extensive notes are on the website for deeper study of any verse.

 

Review of Isaiah 23-44  Slides 

Slides are used to summarize each chapter of Isaiah from the recent sermon series. The purpose is to jog memories of the good things learned at the end of a long series. Extensive notes are on the website for deeper study of any verse.

 

 

 

Isaiah – Chapter 65

God justly punished the Jews, and He introduced Himself to Gentiles that had not sought Him. He saved only a small elect part of Israel. He exalted the big difference election makes, and He described Christ’s N.T. gospel kingdom gloriously.

 

Isaiah – Chapter 66

Two great events occurred around Jesus – Jerusalem was burned, and the gospel exploded. God mocked the Jews trust in ceremonies and promised vengeance. He united Jews and Gentiles in the church and exalted them over enemies.

 

 

 

Isaiah – Chapter 63

God as an angry, mighty avenger destroyed Edom, the perpetual enemy of Israel. Isaiah then led a review of God’s love and mercy to Israel. On that basis He prayed God would see their plight in Babylon and deliver them like from Egypt.

 

Isaiah – Chapter 64

After chapter 63, Isaiah prayed for God to terrify Babylon by His mighty power. Remembering the law of Moses, Isaiah confessed the accumulated sins of the nation and begged God for mercy based on their relationship and worship.

 

 

 

Isaiah – Chapter 62

Isaiah and pastors of the Jewish church prayed for God’s promises to be fulfilled. God swore to always protect them. In addition to prayer, they prepared for the worldwide growth, which began with John the Baptist and then by the apostles.

 

Nations Blessed or Cursed

What makes a nation great? Why is America a great nation? God blesses or curses nations as they protect or promote His gospel and church. Christians must know the divine and spiritual facts, rules, and forces in play in world politics.

 

 

 

Isaiah – Chapter 60

Arise! Shine! God gave the Jewish church His Son, His gospel, and many Gentile conversions. After 70 years of captivity and 400 years of obscurity, God blessed the Jewish church with David’s Son for great joy and unity of Jews and Gentiles.

 

Isaiah – Chapter 61

Jesus fulfilled this prophecy in His hometown synagogue. But there is more than Jesus read. The Jewish church would explode with growth by many Gentile conversions. God exalted the elect Jews and changed them for their great joy forever.

 

 

 

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