Sermons from 2020
Matthew 26:26-30 – At the very first observation of the communion memorial service, Christ told His disciples that He would not observe this service together with them until that day when He drinks it new them them in His Father’s kingdom. This message connects the communion service with prophecy.
Daniel 2 and Daniel 9 – This message explores if it is possible to know when Jesus will come again.
Deuteronomy 30:3-6 – Jesus is coming again as a conquering King ready to sit on Israel’s throne and rule over all nations of the earth. In doing so, God will glorify Himself when He keeps the promises He made to a whole nation, Israel. This message explores those promises.
2 Samuel 7:8-17 – Jesus is coming again as a conquering King ready to sit on Israel’s throne and rule all nations. In doing so, God will glorify Himself when He keeps the promises He made to David. This message explores those promises.
Genesis 12:1-3– Last week we established that Jesus is coming again as a conquering King ready to sit on Israel’s throne and rule over all nations of the earth. In doing so, God will glorify Himself when He keeps the promises He made to Abraham. This message explores those promises.
Revelation 4 – We established last week that Jesus is coming again as a conquering King. This message takes it a step further and explores what kind of a King will He be?
Revelation 4 – John paints a scene in heaven where the Lamb of God is being stirred and roused to do something. He is poised to display the same control on earth that is obvious to all the angels and elders in heaven now. Christ has redeemed a people by His blood out of every nation on earth. He has made them priests and kings. As priests and kings they…
John 20:11-18 – This is a message in preparation for serving communion in August. This is the first time in the gospel of John that Jesus uses a particular term in relationship to His disciples. Was it an intentional shift after the what was accomplished on the cross? This message explores that question.
Revelation 3:7-13 – Laodicea, the church known for being lukewarm. Philedelphia was a church everyone might aspire to be like. Laodicea is a church, no one would aspire to be. This church is self sufficient and self reliant. Because they are lukewarm, Christ threatens to spew them out of His mouth.
Revelation 3:7-13 – Philadelphia,, the church known for for it’s faithfulness. Christ finds nothing negative about this church other than it doesn’t have a lot of strength. This becomes a church that everyone would like to emulate.