Contributing sermons since Aug 11, 2004
Contributed on Apr 26, 2007
A theological inquiry into the divine nature of Jesus Christ; His glorious pre-existence in the godhead and his condescension to human flesh.
ï¿½Of Tents and Timeless Worldsï¿½ by Matthew Everhard. A sermon on John 1:1-18. Originally preached at Hudson Presbyterian Church on March 25th 2007. The Prince: Soren Kierkegaard the Danish theologian tells a story about a certain kingdom with a handsome prince. Now the prince was searching ...read more
Contributed on Dec 12, 2006
This message explores the treasure principle: that the Kingdom of God is so valuable that it is worth any cost in this life, even life itself, to enjoy it more fully.
“The Treasure Principle” A sermon on Matthew 13:44-45 by Matthew Everhard, originally delivered at Hudson Presbyterian Church, November 26, 2006. The Leg: I grew up in Cuyahoga Falls, a residential city where the houses are all close together, and the backyards small. Our playground, for the ...read more
Contributed on Nov 2, 2006
What exactly does the phrase "sola scriptura" mean? This expository message from Philippians 2:14-18 follows Paul’s thoughts and motivations regarding "holding fast" to the Word of life.
“Holding Fast. An Expository Sermon on Philippians 2:14-18. By Matthew Everhard. Originally Preached at Hudson Presbyterian Church October 29th, 2006. The Vote: This morning we are a mere seven days away from making one of the most momentous decisions that Hudson Presbyterian Church has made ...read more
Contributed on Oct 26, 2005
Ever timid of preaching about tithing? Don’t be! Malachi 3:6-18 brings a strong word of exhortation to all believers. We ought not to rob God by holding back our giving any more than we would put on a ski mask and rob a bank!
The Great Heist. By Matthew Everhard. An expository sermon from Malachi 3:12-18 originally delivered at Hudson Presbyterian Church on October 28th and 29th. Every seminary student who wants to be a pastor can tell you that there are two things that we are afraid to preach about. Two biblical ...read more
Contributed on Jul 29, 2005
An expository sermon on Romans 8:31-39 touching on Pauls meaning of the Greek word nikao, "overcoming"
“Where Shoe Companies Get Their Names” by Matthew Everhard. An expository sermon from Romans 8:31-39 originally delivered at Hudson Presbyterian Church on April 3rd, 2005 What do you think is the most misleading commercial on television today? You’ve heard of truth in advertising… Who do you ...read more