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What does it mean “to repent”? Does repentance seem happy? How is it joyful? Faith in Jesus changes your mind about sin and salvation. You find Joy in the One who saved you from sin and death!
God’s Old Testament people wanted peace and purity. They wanted justice. They cried out for God to help. God promised to send a messenger, one who would make all things right. Jesus is that messenger and through his death and resurrection makes all things right. Listen to this sermon based on Malachi 3:1-4.
Waiting can be hard. We don’t like it. Waiting is even harder when there is no hope. In faith, we wait for our Savior’s return. We have hope as we wait. We live waiting for our Savior’s return knowing he will bring us to be with him in heaven. Listen to this sermon based on …
On Christ the King Sunday, we honor Jesus as our King. We see his victory over sin, death, and the devil. We look at him as he sends us out to the ends of the earth. Listen to this sermon from Revelation 1:4-8.
Do you have a vision for your future? Do you have a plan that you hope to follow? Come and listen to God’s vision for you future in this sermon from Daniel 12:1-3.
What will the end of the world be like? What will happen when Jesus comes back? Are you ready to face Jesus the Judge? God’s Word tells us we are because of what Jesus did. Listen to this sermon from John 5:19-24.
Waiting for something can be extremely difficult. We struggle with patience especially as we go through troubles in life. As we look at the world, we can cry out, “How long, Lord?” Through the prophet Isaiah, God teaches us to wait by reminding us that we are forgiven. It’s in this forgiveness that we can wait. Listen to the sermon based on Isaiah 64:1-8.
Sermon – 1 Chronicles 29:1-20 Then King David said to the whole assembly: “My son Solomon, the one whom God has chosen, is young and inexperienced. The task is great, because this palatial structure is not for man but for the Lord God. With all my resources I have provided for the temple of my God-gold …
Matthew 27:27-31 Never was pagan mockery more prophetic! Jesus is indeed the King of the Jews. He is the King of kings. Unlike other kings, our Savior is a King who conquers by allowing himself to be conquered. 27 Then the governor’s soldiers took Jesus into the Praetorium and gathered the whole company of soldiers …