Contributing sermons since Nov 13, 2019
Contributed on Jun 1, 2022
Like the ancient Hebrews in exile, modern Christians are in the midst of a pagan culture, among whom, we are called to be faithful to God.
Stranded Here in Babylon Revelation 1:13-16, 20 Babylon, the name is known to all. It's an ancient city, but also a euphemism for a depraved culture. In the Bible, at least once, Rome is referenced with the name Babylon. I would say it's fair that the name “Babylon” could well be a ...read more
Contributed on Dec 18, 2021
This is a short message written for Christmas Eve Candlelight service
Return to the manger Luke 2:7-12 Jesus was laid in a manger, we all know that. We are familiar with it, we literally just sang about it. God does everything for a purpose, nothing He does is by accident. The messiah placed in a manger was for a reason. Rather than a palace, He was in a lowly ...read more
Contributed on Dec 13, 2021
Advent/Christmas Sermon, specifically on the subject of God's love.
Love is a simple little word, often used, often misused. In ancient Greek culture, they had different words for love, depending on what you meant by it. For example, “eros” from which we get the word erotic, well, you can guess what sort of “love” that referred to. In English, we have just the ...read more
Contributed on Oct 8, 2021
Part one of a four part sermon series on guarding our thoughts and bringing them captive to obedience to Christ
It has been argued, we are the sum of our thoughts. Every action begins as a thought, so a person's thought-life is very important. We will often rationalize bad thoughts by saying, “Well, I didn't do it, I just thought about it.” Well, there are two levels to thinking about it, one is ...read more
Contributed on Nov 13, 2019
Just a sermon on having the assurance of salvation based on the promises of God's keeping power.
Assurance and Security II Peter 1:5-11 I wanted to talk today about two very important matters of faith- assurance and security. They are not the same thing, but they should go together. In our text for today, Peter gives his ...read more