Sermons from July 2023
Romans 2:1 How many times have we heard someone say this? Oftentimes when people say this it is in effort to deflect from their sinful practices so as to alleviate their conscience. However, this principle is true as it was espoused by both Jesus and the Apostle Paul. What does it mean to “do not judge, lest ye be judged?” That is the subject of Romans chapter 2. This Sunday, we will begin chapter two in our series, Righteousness, Wrath, and…
Jeremiah 29:11-14; Habakkuk 3:17-18 We are familiar with the Jeremiah passage that speaks of the plan God had for the Israelites. Does this passage apply to us in the same way it did when it was written? We know God has a purpose for each of us, yet what should our response be to God as we live out our days? Join us this Sunday as Rob Matlack brings us a timely message, giving us One Reason To Pray.
Mark 4:35-41 When was the last time you went through a life storm? Maybe you’re in the middle of one right now. Whether you are currently experiencing difficulties or one is heading your way, we can be comforted knowing that our peace rests in Jesus. This Sunday, Payton Carter will bring a message from Mark 4, where Jesus calms the storm. Join us for a time of corporate worship and the study of God’s Word together.
2 Timothy 3:16-4:4 How important is the Bible to our practical, daily life? Is it primarily the way to believe the message of eternal life through Jesus, the Christ? What do we think about the Bible? Does it really matter day to day? If so, why? Paul seems to parallel some of his thoughts in Romans 1:18-32 when he writes his last letter to Timothy. And, I think the rest of the Bible confirms his opinion.
Romans 1:24-32 Does sin still have consequences today? That is a question many Christians may contemplate throughout life. If Jesus has forgiven us all our sins, what real effect then does sin have in a believer’s life? What about unbelievers? Do they suffer the effects of their sin? Paul addresses this subject in Romans 1:24-32 as he shares what the dangerous descent into darkness leads to in the life of all people.