Sermons by Wayne Hart
Christ suffered on the cross in a real body. Christ was resurrected from the tomb in a real body. When observing the communion service, we reflect on both truths and tie it into the service.
A Palm Sunday Message.
This is the wrap up message to the series on the book of Habakkuk. In this Chapter Habakkuk worships and praises the Lord for what has been revealed to him.
God expands on His answer to Habakkuk. The judgement of all sinners is a sure thing. It is very sobering to see the judgment of God spelled out. When facing God at the judgement, in whose shoes would you rather be: the proud, the greedy, the violent, or an idol worshiper?
When God unraveled the mystery for Habakkuk, Habakkuk is alarmed. That wasn’t the answer he was expecting. It concerns him and leads to more questions. In this message some of his questions include asking: how can anything good come out of allowing sinners to go on sinning? Why isn’t sin followed by an immediate retribution? Why is sin allowed to hammer away…
Many like to read a good mystery. The journey through the book is a mystery to the reader, but not to the author. In the first chapter of Habakkuk, the reader asks the author for some answers. In this message, the mystery is identified by Habakkuk and then the mystery is unraveled by God.
This message starts a new series. It is an overview of the book of Habakkuk. It is one of the easiest books of the Bible to memorize the outline. Power Point can be found here.
This message, taken from Joel 1:13-20, explores the question, “Why do bad things happen to bad people?” (Power Point)
This message, taken from Joel 1:1-11, explores the question, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” (Power Point)
In the first few verses of the first chapter of Joel, Joel describes a plague of locust that ate everything in site. It leaves everyone reeling including the livestock. This message explores the question: “Why do bad things happen at all?” (Power Point)