Taken from Revelation 21: 1 – 6, this sermon shows that this book was indeed written to give us hope for a better life rather than just show us the some of the horrors that perhaps have already occurred. Watch to find out what we mean and have patience for the fulfillment of the promises.
Taken from John 10: 22 -30,this sermon discusses how the fact that the church leaders and people did not understand who really was, despite all of the miracles he performed. Watch how this message has a tie-in to today’s oblivious world.
Taken from John 20: 19 – 31, Jesus showed us who He was throughout the New Testament but what did it take for Thomas to believe? This story draws parallels to people living in this world today.
This Palm Sunday sermon, taken from John 19 beginning in verse 28, tells the story of Jesus and His return to Jerusalem but explains the symbolism and importance of this passage that you may not have realized before now.
This sermon, taken from John 12: 1 – 11, shows us, among other lessons, Mary’s exceptional love for Jesus through her sacrifice and her worshiping at his His feet. How could we ever match that level of love for our savior? Watch this message for insight.
In the parable of the Prodigal son, who does the father represent? Watch this sermon to find out why this father behaves in a seemingly abnormal way when his son returns to the household. The text for this message comes mainly from Luke 15:1 – 3; 11- 32.
Taken from Luke 13: 1 – 9, this sermon determines the veracity of the words in the title and also addresses the issue whether God is in control. The message ties in with today’s events and general chaos in the world.
Taken mainly from Philippians 3: 20 – 41, this sermon confirms God’s power. We may ask for something or make a decision without first praying to God for guidance. He loves us and wants us to rely on Him so He does what He wants and answers our prayers in His wisdom and in His […]