A collection of sermons preached at various places.
Many of us live in a "free world." But, is it possible that our freedom is only external and superficial? This sermon explores briefly the concept of sin and a radical method of freedom.
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Why should anyone trust a 2000-year-old book?
This sermon examines the credibility of the Bible in light of contemporary opinions.
Sometimes the best things come after the longest wait. This sermon will look at a countdown for an event that will be the focus of the future.
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How can a 2000 year old message be relevant today? This sermon examines the Christian faith briefly in light of other worldviews.
Why is there evil? How can evil exist if there is also the existence of a Good and all-powerful God?
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Meekness is seen as a virtue, but what does it mean to be meek? This sermon explores the concepts of meekness and discipline.
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A sign of a growing Christian is that they seek to do God’s will. Yet, in this journey of life with its innumerable variables, how do we know when to move forward? This sermon explores the idea of closed and open doors and the important practice of listening to God.
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We are bombarded with significant amounts of information. We have knowledge at our fingertips. What is the next step after obtaining knowledge? In this sermon we explore the topics of knowledge, emotions, and belief in the context of the Person of Christ.
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How are love and obedience related to each other? Obedience, like love, is not cheap. It comes at a cost. What is the risk of obedience?
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How should we respond when we face a problem? What can we do to prevent problems? Truly, why do we seek or not seek God? These questions and more are discussed in this sermon.
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In this sermon we will look at two ways the Grandness of God's work relates to us. We will also explore five applications in knowing about the Grandness of his work.
(it is better to watch this sermon than listen to the audio: Watch on YouTube.
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One of hardest things to do is to wait. This sermon explores the reality of waiting from the life of Elijah.
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Is it possible to truly get rest? Did God really intend for us to be exhausted all the time? In a restless world, how can we get rest? This sermon looks at the issue of rest and evaluates both sides.
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What is the difference between contemporary and biblical leadership? What is humility? What is service? Jesus shows us through his life.
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How can a loving God send anyone to Hell? Is there a Hell? Why cant there be just heaven?
This sermon explores the concept of Hell and answers many of these questions.
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