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The leaders rejected him. Yet Jesus still went after them to try and gain their hearts. His grace for people who rejected him is amazing. That same grace he gives to us. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 20.
What does the world need? Many people have many different answers. None of them seem to work. The Apostle Paul points us to what the world needs: Christ Jesus and his love and forgiveness. Listen to this sermon based on 1 Corinthians 1.
When tragedy strikes, what do you do? How do you think? Jesus teaches us the godly response to tragedy. When tragedy strikes…we repent and we bear fruit. Listen to this sermon based Luke 13.
What gets in the way of your goals? Many things can tempt us to take the easy way and interfere with our goals. Jesus had his mission to save us. He never let anything get in his way from accomplishing his work. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 13.
Jesus went out into the wilderness to face temptation for us. He conquered temptation. And now, through faith in him, we follow, full of the Spirit, fighting temptation.
At Jesus’ transfiguration, he gave his disciples a glimpse of his glory. He gives us this same glimpse to comfort us, assure us, give us hope for the future. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 9.
Jesus calls us to live a life that looks radically different than the rest of the world. This life flows from the love and mercy that our God has shown to us in Christ Jesus. We do life as we go to God’s mercy and then share that mercy with others.
Our spiritual life is clear. God’s law shows us our condition: that we are sinful and need a Savior. God then reveals the beautiful gospel to us: Jesus is that Savior! Listen to this sermon based on Jeremiah 17.
Jesus reveals himself to be the promised Messiah, the God-man who has to calm our fears and affirm our worth to him. He does this today as he calls Peter to be his disciple with a miraculous catch of fish. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 5.1-11.