Sermon Series
  • 1. Knowing God: The Source Of Wisdom

    Contributed on May 5, 2009
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    The writer of Job explains to us the difference between human wisdom and the wisdom that comes from God. How do we find wisdom?

    KNOWING GOD: THE SOURCE OF WISDOM Why do we need wisdom? Someone said that knowledge is the ability to take something apart; wisdom is needed to put it back together again. I am not sure where that saying came from but I think it makes partial sense. A young man in our congregation told me more

  • 2. God: No Change, Know Hope

    Contributed on May 5, 2009
    based on 12 ratings

    This series explores the person of God and seeks to know him better. In this introduction we study the immutability of God, his unchanging nature.

    GOD: NO CHANGE, KNOW HOPE Marriage counselors teach us that there are two words that couples should never use: “always” and “never.” These two words have such absolute meaning no one could ever possibly be one or the other. A husband could say that his wife is always nagging him to fix more

  • 3. Knowing The God Who Loves You

    Contributed on May 26, 2009
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    The love of God is the best known attribute and probably the least understood. And when we grasp the love of God in part, what are we supposed to do next?

    KNOWING THE GOD WHO LOVES YOU Ask anyone what they know of God and you will receive a common answer: God is love. And when I say “ask anyone” I literally mean “anyone.” Do a survey at Portage and Main in Winnipeg and ask people what they think of God and chances are pretty good most people will more

  • 4. Feeling The Wrath

    Contributed on May 26, 2009
    based on 11 ratings

    How many times have you heard a sermon on the wrath of God? Not that many, I imagine. It was a great experience to both write and preach this sermon and to see the results.

    FEELING THE WRATH I want to read to you this morning from a sermon with some very vivid imagery. Imagine someone preaching this material to you and consider your response: “Your wickedness makes you as it were heavy as lead, and to tend downwards with great weight and pressure towards hell; more