Sermon Series
  • 1. Our God Of The Second Chance

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 44 ratings

    Several people this week have mentioned how much they enjoyed hearing the Old Testament read out loud. Let’s face it ­ some books don’t get much attention today. One of those is Ecclesiastes, which was written by Solomon. It’s really a journal of Solom

  • 2. Our Knowable God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 95 ratings

    The Bible teaches that God can be known. That’s astonishing, isn’t it? The God of the Universe has chosen to reveal Himself to us. He longs for us to know Him more fully, more accurately and more personally.

  • 3. Our Holy God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 60 ratings

    pray that you and I would have a similar experience this morning as we fix our gaze on the penetrating purity of the holiness of God. May His brightness burn into our lives in such a way that it would never fade from our vision. May we find His holiness

  • 4. Our Creator God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 30 ratings

    I have three purposes this morning: 1. To declare a biblical basis for our God as the Creator. 2. To help you gain courage to do what is right. 3. To motivate you to be involved

  • 5. Our Omnipresent God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 113 ratings

    This morning we’re going to learn about God’s omnipresence. There are really three attributes of God that should always be kept together in your mind ­ they all begin with the four-letter prefix “omni”: Omniscience, Omnipotence, and Omnipresence. God

  • 6. Our Omniscient God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 71 ratings

    This morning, we’re focusing on God’s omniscience ­ He is all-knowing. In classical theology the doctrine of God’s omniscience means that God knows all things, past, present and future, real and potential, and He knows them all at the same time. He not

  • 7. Our Omnipotent God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 91 ratings

    You and I are limited in space ­ but God is omnipresent. Our knowledge is limited ­ but God is omniscient. We are more aware of our weakness, than our power ­ and God is omnipotent, or all-powerful.

  • 8. Our Faithful God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 382 ratings

    Here’s a simple definition: “God’s faithfulness means that everything He says and does is certain.” He is 100% reliable, 100% of the time. He does not fail, forget, falter, change, or disappoint. He says what He means and means what He says ­ and there

  • 9. Our Just God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 17 ratings

    Justice is not an external system to which God tries to adhere. He didn’t have to go to law school or get a TV courtroom to learn how to apply the law. His justice comes out of his inner being and is based on His holiness, His truthfulness, and His righ

  • 10. Our Sovereign God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 92 ratings

    The word “sovereign” is both a noun and verb. As a verb it means, “to rule,” and as a noun it means “king” or “absolute ruler.” To say that God is sovereign is to say that God is in charge of the entire universe all the time.

  • 11. Our Unchanging God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 33 ratings

    The moment we are born, we begin to age. We grow, develop, and then deteriorate ­ and our memory is one of the first things to go. Our only hope in life is this: God never changes. He is the one constant we can count on while everything around us ra

  • 12. Our Loving God

    Contributed on May 13, 2003
    based on 218 ratings

    I purposely decided to preach on the topic of God’s love at the end of this series because love is an essential attribute of God, the capstone of His personality. Having said that, I feel overwhelmed and challenged by the task of trying to put into words