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Satisfied in Your Savior’s Salvation (Isaiah 61:1-3, 9-10)

When we suffer, we can become dissatisfied our Savior. In the midst of suffering and in life, our Savior brings what we need: Salvation. Listen to this sermon based on Isaiah 61.

Prince of Peace

We all want peace. We can never seem to find peace. Listen to this sermon based on Isaiah 9 that tells you about your Savior who brings to you and me true peace.

Listen to the Lord; He Prepares You For Christmas (Isaiah 40:1-11)

What do you do to get ready for Christmas? The answer: Listen to the Lord. Understand this important point as you hear the Word in this sermon based on Isaiah 40.

Immanuel – Advent Sermon (Isaiah 7:14)

What does the name Immanuel mean? Why does this name of God bring us such comfort? Listen to this sermon based on Isaiah 7:14.

Focus Your Watching Just Like Noah Did (Genesis 6:1-3, 5-12, 17-22)

Two keys phrases focus our attention just like Noah: Judgment is Coming, But So is our Salvation. With these two phrases God focuses our watching for the day he comes back. Listen to this sermon abased on Genesis 6.

Give Thanks For All that The LORD has done for you! (Mark 5:18-20)

Jesus changed a man’s life with a little phrase. He drove out a demon and showed the man mercy upon mercy. Jesus has done the same for us. He shows us mercy and brings us into his family. Give thanks for all that the LORD has done for you!

Jesus is Our King For Life (1 Corinthians 15:21-28)

Presidents can only serve for 8 years. Leaders can only offer so much. What if there was a King who could defeat even death? He would be the King of life and the King for life. Listen to this sermon based on 1 Corinthians 15.

If I Should Die, I Will Wake (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18)

Death. We all face it. When It strikes, it seems like there is no hope. God does not leave us without hope but points us to our Savior who defeated death for us.

Stay Alert As You Await Your Salvation

Jesus tells us that he is coming back. He calls us to stay alert and keep watch eagerly waiting for our salvation!

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