Sermon Archive

Sermon Archive

What About Me?

Numbers 27 – Moses and a few others are faced with some questions and Moses doesn’t immediately know the answer.  What does he do about it?  Some simple advise when we are faced with questions in life and we don’t know the answers.  (Power Point)

Number Crunching

Numbers 26 – The future seems so uncertain and unpredictable.  40 years from now what will be lasting?  40 years from now on what could you count?  Will there be anything you can do about it?  Where should we put our hope?  Almost 40 years have gone by in the wilderness wanderings .  Another census is taken of Israel’s eligible men to go to war.  How have…

Going Home

Numbers 20:22-29 – Numbers 20 contains the death of both Miriam and Aaron.  As Aaron dies it is said that “he is gathered to his people.”  What does that mean and what does it say about the Old Testament’s view of death?  (Power Point)

The Potters Wheel

Missionary Ed Rothfus uses clay and a potter’s wheel to illustrate a passage from Jeremiah where God compares His work in our lives to a potter working with clay.

Clear Enough?

Numbers 17:1-13 – An age old question many people struggle with goes something like this:  with all of the competing ideas and religions in the world, how do I know who to believe?  If I think I know the right answer, how can I be sure?  Fortunately God has not left it up to us to find Him and figure Him out!  He is not this elusive mystery.  God knows we couldn’t…

Absolutely Incredible

Numbers 16:41-50 –  What is incredible about this passage is that a group of sinners could watch 250 of their own renowned leaders get fried, Korah and his rebellious followers get swallowed up by the earth and the next day, not learn a thing from it.   What is also incredible is that Moses and Aaron, showed such compassion and love for people who are attacking…

The Unity of the Saints

Numbers 16:1-40  – One of the important NT principles is the unity of the Saints.  James gives this warning: “Do not grumble against one another, brethren, lest you be condemned. Behold, the Judge is standing at the door!” (James 5:9) What did James mean by “standing at the door?”  In this message we explore the possibility that this verse correlates to…