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Prepare to Meet the King (Revelation 1:4b-8)

Christ, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, is coming again in clouds of glory. Are you prepared to meet him? By God’s grace, he prepares us to meet him and has made us ready by his blood. Listen to this sermon based on Revelation 1.

Jesus Brings Us From Death to Life (John 5:24-29)

Death is the unescapable enemy every person faces. Every one looks of an answer to death. Jesus is the one who brings us from death to life both spiritually and eternally. Listen to this sermon based on John 5.

Personal Reformation (Jeremiah 18:1-11)

The Reformation happened 500 years ago. God used it to bring the Gospel to the people and to transform their hearts through his Word. Still today, God’s Word reforms our hearts. Listen to this sermon based on Jeremiah 18. Note: There were some microphone issues during the sermon that we couldn’t fix in the edit.

We live in an ambitious society. Christians can be ambitious too but the Gospel has changed our ambitions. Listen to this sermon based on 1 Corinthians 9 that explains how our ambitions have been changed.

Jesus Looks At You and Loves You (Mark 10:17-27)

What must I do to be saved? That is a question many people ask. It’s a question we find impossible to answer on our own. But Jesus looks at you and loves you and gives you eternal life.

Reflecting Christ’s Love In Your Family (Ephesians 5:21-6:4)

How does God want the family to interact? What does a godly family look like? Our families reflect God’s love that he shows us.

Let the Word Do Its Work (Numbers 11:16, 24-29)

Does God’s Word work? God explains to us in this sermon based on Numbers 11 just how powerful and effective his Word is.

The Way of True Greatness (Mark 9:30-37)

What does it mean to be great in God’s eyes? How do we walk on the way of greatness? Listen to this sermon based on Mark 9 to learn what God has to say about greatness.

Suffering is Not Strange (1 Peter 4:12-19)

Why do I suffer? What should I think about suffering? Should I fight or should I flee? God teaches us about suffering in this sermon based on 1 Peter 4.

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