Sermons by Wayne Hart

Sermons by Wayne Hart

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…

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…

Home of the Brave

Numbers 13:26-14:10 – This is a back and forth intense debate between Joshua and Caleb who argue for proceeding to the promised land and the 10 other spies who argue it can’t be done.  This passage gives us insight into the characteristics and qualities of the brave (whom God blesses) and cowards (whom God judges).  (Power Point)

The Walk of Obedience

Numbers 13 & 14 – This is a Resurrection Sunday message that included both a baptism and communion service.  The message explains some of the symbolism of Christian Baptism.  First, is the hope of the resurrection.  The second is found in answer to the question, what does Israel’s baptism, Christ’s baptism, and your baptism all have in common?  The…

Flowing with Milk and Honey

Numbers 13:1-25 – How is it that we can all look at a picture and not always see the same thing?  How is it that we can all go through the same experiences and not always see the same thing?  12 spies went to Canaan and somehow didn’t see the same thing.  What did God want them to see?  What did God ask them to look for?  Come away from this message encouraged…

Sweet Relief

Numbers 12:1-16 – This time we find Miriam and Aaron, Moses’ sister and brother, complaining.  It is never a wise idea to criticize those whom God has ordained as leaders over us.  The beauty of this passage however, is in the restoration of Miriam after her repentance.  Repentance changes everything.  In this passage we explore God’s “reset”…

Rounding the First Turn

Numbers 11:1-30 – The first few words of chapter 11 establish that the author (Moses) just took a left turn in the narrative.  What had been nation wide participation in unity, worship, obedience, joy and celebration, just went sour.  Moses uses the word “complained” and it will be used several more times in the upcoming chapters.  God deals pretty…