Sermon Series
  • 1. The Song Of Christ Jesus

    Contributed on Sep 23, 2002
    based on 31 ratings

    Exegetical, verse-by-verse exposition; revealing the revelation of God which Jesus is; focus on the person and work of Christ; closes with an invitation to know Him as Savior and Lord.

    INTRODUCTION: Solomon said: “But will God indeed dwell upon the earth?” (1Kings 8:27). God indeed dwelt in both the Tabernacle & Temple; but He departed in Ezekiel. Verses 1-18 are the introduction to John, & must be understood in order to understand the rest of the book. The introduction to John more

  • 2. John's Witness To Jesus

    Contributed on Sep 23, 2002
    based on 32 ratings

    Exegetical, verse by verse exposition; explaining the introduction to the Gospel of John.

    The Gospel of John has to do with witnesses to Jesus & the events surrounding Him. John is often called "the Theological Gospel." 1) Day 1. Priests & Levites: experts in the law, specialists in Jewish religion were asking him “Who are you, John?”. John’s father was a priest: traditionally John more

  • 3. They Followed Jesus

    Contributed on Sep 26, 2002
    based on 31 ratings

    Exegetical; verse by verse exposition of John 1:35-51, The disciples decide to follow Jesus, with a challenge in the invitation for the audience to do so also.

    INTRODUCTION: John 20:31 says “but these have been written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in His name.” 1) Day 3. “Again the next day,” ties these verses to the previous verses. John is still the focus, but not for long! · more

  • 4. So, What's The Point?

    Contributed on Sep 26, 2002
    based on 44 ratings

    Exegetical, evangelistic, expository verse by verse sermon on the sovereignty, person, and work of Jesus.

    Our faith is sometimes questioned. What does it matter what you believe? Here are 2 or 3 things that Jesus cared deeply about. We should care also. 1) Day 7. John 1 has 3 “next days.” This is 3 days after. · Jesus went to the wedding at Cana. This implies his blessing on marriage. Marriage more

  • 5. Jesus Answered

    Contributed on Sep 26, 2002
    based on 33 ratings

    Exegetcal, expository verse by verse sermon from one of the favorite chapters of the Bible, evangelical in nature.

    This passage is probably one of the best loved in all of the Bible. A man comes seeking God, and he comes to the Savior for understanding. Nicodemus came at night, the end of a busy day? to be hidden by the darkness? to have time alone with the Master; in any case he came respectfully because of more

  • 6. Why Be Saved?

    Contributed on Sep 26, 2002
    based on 41 ratings

    Exegetical, evangelistic verse by verse exposition of John’s Gospel; This sermon focuses on the theology of salvation in the end of John 3.

    Why did Jesus die? Because God loved you & me so much, He gave His only Son for our salvation, to bring us back to Himself. We could not do this for ourselves. 1) Because God Loves You. How much does God love you? He gave His very best. His one & only Son. · Rom 5:8 “But God demonstrates more

  • 7. Jesus' Best Man

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2002
    based on 34 ratings

    Exegetical, evangelistic, expository sermon on the prupose and meaning of Christian baptism as practiced by John the Baptist and Jesus.

    2 weeks ago I played baptism down, saying it was not needed for salvation. That is still true, but you need to see the importance of baptism. John the Baptist was baptizing, and Jesus’ disciples were baptizing under Jesus’ authority. 1) A jealous arguement. John’s disciples wanted John to be more

  • 8. The Man At The Well

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2002
    based on 36 ratings

    Evalgelistic, expository, exegetical look at the familiar story of the woman at the well in Samaria.

    You are familiar with the story of the woman at the well. Let’s take a fresh look at this "random" meeting from her side. 1) A Thirsty man: Jesus was tired and thirsty from His trip. · How much is Jesus like us? Did Jesus suffer the things we suffer? Was Jesus tempted, even as we are more

  • 9. Nothing To Do?

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2002
    based on 28 ratings

    Exegetical, expository, evangelistic look at one part of the life in Christ: witnessing.

    One of the greatest joys I know of is witnessing to a lost person. Greater than that is when you get to lead someone to faith in Jesus. Nothing is greater than that: when you recognize the eternal impact of soul winning. 1) My Food is Doing God’s Will: NAS “accomplish,” AV “finish.” Gospel of more

  • 10. The Basis Of Saving Fath

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2002
    based on 39 ratings

    Exegetical, evangelistic , expository look at how people come to faith in Christ; how do people really get saved?

    How is it that people can be saved? How do they get the vital faith to believe in Jesus as their Savior? Here is how one man & his family were saved. He was an official in the court of Herod. 1) He came to Jesus the Miracle Worker: Word of Jesus’ miracles in Jerusalem came to Cana and more

  • 11. Lord Of The Sabbath

    Contributed on Oct 13, 2002
    based on 41 ratings

    Exegetical, verse-by-verse exposition of John 5:1-17. "The only teaching more dangerous than liberalism is legalism, but Jesus is Lord. In Ch.1, Jesus is Lord of creation; in ch. 2, disciples, customs, & Temple; in ch. 3 plan of salvation; in ch. 4, gend

    1) He is Lord of the Sabbath: Jesus went to an unnamed, but obligatory, feast. Jesus went to church habitually, Luke 4:16 “and as was His custom, He entered the synagogue on the Sabbath.” His habit was to go to synagogue on the Sabbath. Worship on Sunday should be our habit as it was Jesus’. The more

  • 12. Three Great Doctrines

    Contributed on Oct 24, 2002
    based on 29 ratings

    Expository treatment of three central doctrines of the Faith.

    Today’s passage springs from a dialogue focused on breaking the Sabbath, and moves to a monologue about the person of Jesus and His being the Son of God and Son of Man. 1) Unity with the Father: The Son can do nothing of Himself, unless it is something He sees the Father doing. · Jesus does more