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There are many things that can trouble our hearts in this world. We can feel alone, in turmoil, or without peace. Jesus comforts us that we have peace, true peace, that he gives to calm our hearts. Listen to this sermon based on John 14.
On the night Jesus was betrayed, he gave his disciples a new command: Love one another as he has loved them. Jesus’ sacrificial love is the love fuels our lives of love. Listen to this sermon based on John 13.
Jesus is our Good Shepherd. We know his voice: a voice that corrects and teaches; a voice of love and forgiveness; a voice that calls us to his side. Listen to this sermon based on John 10.
Is Jesus worthy of our praise? Is he worth all the sacrifice? In a vision given to the Apostle John, God takes us to the last page of the story and shows us that, yes, Worthy is the Lamb of our praise. Listen to this sermon based on Revelation 5.
I won’t believe it until I see it. We say that when something seems improbable. We aren’t the first to say that. Thomas, one of Jesus’s disciples said that when the others told him about Jesus’ resurrection. He quickly learned that believing is better than seeing. Listen to this sermon based on John 20 to …
Jesus went to the grave and burst out of it. His empty grave gives us confidence to face ours. We have eternal life!
Good Friday is a somber day. It’s a dark day. But it’s good because on this day Jesus’ paid for our sins, died our death, and finished the work of our salvation. He spoke while he was on the cross and these are words to live by. Listen to this sermon based on the Crucifixion …
What’s the most precious gift you’ve received? We receive lots of gifts. Tonight, Jesus wants you to cherish the most precious gift he has given you in the Lord’s Supper. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 22.
Jesus humbled himself to the point of death, even death on a cross. Jesus’ humility gives us hope for a future and for life on this earth. Listen to this sermon based on Philippians 2.