Sermons on Galatians 4 More sermons: Galatians 4
The Sum Total of the Christmas Message
Shared by: Dennis Lee on Dec, 2016
Summary: This sermon looks at the entirety of the Christmas message from the book of Galatians through a series of questions and answers. We look at when Jesus' birth occur, what God did, how and why Jesus came, and the overall purpose.
Jesus Christ, Space Invader
Shared by: Chuck Brooks on Mar, 2016
Summary: God the Son invaded time and space and took on our humanity. God the Creator of the galaxies, came down through forty and two generations and as someone has said, “put on a robe of flesh” becoming just like us yet without sin.
Series: Resurrection Day
The Gospel: Rights of Sonship
Shared by: Brad Beaman on Nov, 2015
Summary: The passage of Galatians 3:26-4:7 is about Sonship. We find here about the tremendous privilege of Sonship that comes with faith in Christ. We became Sons of God when we trusted Christ as savior. We actually become a child of the king.
What You Didn't Get for Christmas
Shared by: Charles Newman on Dec, 2014
Summary: In the days following Christmas, many will have conversations about what you got for Christmas. Some stories will be grand, some not so much. Gift categories: gifts that need to go back, gifts that you store/cherish, gifts that you use.
Do you think and speak as a slave of sin, or as a son made free?
Shared by: David Leach on Jun, 2014
Summary: Christians still living as slaves of sin and not living as freed sons of God
From Slaves to Siblings
Shared by: David Dykes on Sep, 2013
Summary: Do you realize how much God really loves you? The answer to that question has to be, "No." Because you can never comprehend the height, the breadth, and the depth of God's love for you.
Jesus' Humiliation: My Exaltation & Cause for Exultation
Shared by: Daniel Habben on Apr, 2013
Summary: Sermon on the beginning of the Second Article of the Apostles' Creed.
Forgiveness, Celebration and Embrace - Father's Day
Shared by: Steven Simala Grant on Jul, 2012
Summary: Even if our kids are old and have families of their own, they still look at us as their father, and their relationship with the God of the Universe is shaped by our character.
Where the Streets Have No Name
Shared by: Erik Estep on May, 2012
Summary: Today in our passage of Scripture we see the way the world looks thru the eyes of God. It’s a very different view than the world has. The world ranks you based on your performance, based on your looks, based on relationships and power. And that’s not t
Series: Classic Rock