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  • "o Come, All Ye Faithful" Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Dec 24, 2018
     | 2,456 views

    When we sing hymns and carols like “O Come, All Ye Faithful,” we who are faithful, joyful, and triumphant join with the shepherds and the angels and all the others who are faithful, joyful, and triumphant in praising and adoring our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!

    On Friday, November 30th, George H.W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States went on to be with his Lord and Maker … the Creator of all that seen and unseen … the Eternal President of the Universe. I’m sure he was greeted by family … especially his wife, Barbara, who died on April 17th … ...read more

  • The True God Truly Saves

    Contributed by David Roth on Sep 19, 2015
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     | 2,916 views

    Trinity (b) Jesus is both Christ and Lord. So we are assured that His sacrifice is acceptable and sufficient, and our salvation is perfect and certain.

    Acts 2:22-36 J. J. May the words of my mouth, and the meditations of our hearts, be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, our Rock and our Redeemer. Amen. “The true God truly saves” Last week, on Pentecost, we heard the first portion of Peter’s sermon that day to the ...read more

  • Christ The King

    Contributed by Stephen Becker on Nov 24, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,412 views

    Using the Nicene Creed (in addition to Luke 23:27-43), we look at Christology and Who Jesus is, how He saves us, and how He and the Father are one. The sermon is Christological in nature, but also looks at the Trinity.

    CHRIST THE KING Luke 23:27-43 Stephen H. Becker, M.Div. St. Peter’s Lutheran Church—Elk Grove, CA Christ the King Sunday, November 25, 2007 Grace and peace to you my friends, from God our Father and from our Lord Jesus Christ! Today is Christ the King Sunday. Most of us Christians have ...read more

  • The Council Of Nicaea Series

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Apr 30, 2014
     | 3,991 views

    How did the Council of Nicaea and the Nicene Creed help establish the teachings of the early church? In addition, what controversies were dealt with? This lesson explores this important turning point in Christian history.

    Church History: Examining the Creeds and Confessions of the Church Through the Ages and Why They Matter. Lesson 4: The Nicene Creed So far, in our study of church history we have seen: An overview of the last 2,000 years of church history. The creeds which are found within the Bible ...read more

  • Creed

    Contributed by Tony Grant on Nov 10, 2005
    based on 7 ratings
     | 2,461 views

    My creed is that which I love. The Apostle Peter tells us that our creed should affirm that God sent Jesus for our salvation.

    Creed April 3, 2005 • Acts 2: 22-32 22 "You that are Israelites, listen to what I have to say: Jesus of Nazareth, a man attested to you by God with deeds of power, wonders, and signs that God did through him among you, as you yourselves know-- 23 this man, handed over to you according to ...read more

  • The Holy Spirit Is The Strong, Silent Type Series

    Contributed by Peter Schmidt on Apr 4, 2004
    based on 35 ratings
     | 2,675 views

    On Pentecost Sunday, we learn that the Holy Spirit is the Strong, Silent Type. He is sent by Jesus and God the Father, he is sent here to teach us, and he is sent to proclaim the Lord’s peace.

    Pentecost Sunday John 14:25-27 One of the summer jobs that I had as I was going to school was being a stadium usher at the Metrodome in Minneapolis, MN. I’d work some concerts, and at the end of the summer I might work a preseason football game or two, but for the most part I was there during ...read more

  • The Suffering, Death And Resurrection Of The Son Of God

    Contributed by Lay Man on Apr 15, 2017
     | 2,150 views

    The Nicene Creed declares of the Son of God, "For us and for our salvation he came down from heaven; he became incarnate by the Holy Spirit and the virgin Mary, and was made human. He was crucified for us under Pontius Pilate; he suffered and was buried.

  • How Do You Explain The Trinity? Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jun 24, 2019
     | 3,126 views

    The foundation of the Trinity is rock solid. It will never shatter or splinter. The Trinity is not some addendum or appendage hanging precariously from the building of the Gospel. No, the Trinity is the foundation of the gospel and without the Trinity there is no Gospel.

    How Do You Explain the Trinity? June 22-23, 2019 Rev. Brian Bill A couple weeks ago visitors to the Willis Tower’s Sky Deck in Chicago got a big scare when the protective layer covering the glass floor splintered into thousands of pieces. This glass sightseeing box extends from the 103rd floor ...read more

  • Exposing The Da Vinci Code, Pt. 2

    Contributed by Dave Kinney on Jan 17, 2005
    based on 145 ratings
     | 2,797 views

    Find out how well the four gospels hold up against the so called "Gnostic Gospels". Learn just how unreliable the information in the "The Da Vinci Code" really is!

    Exposing The Da Vinci Code, Pt. 2 Galatians 1:6-9 Notice 5 Points About Paul’s Teaching: · The Formation of This Other Gospel. Vs. 6a “Soon” “Soon” = not much time after Paul had preached the gospel of Jesus to these Judaizers, the forsaking of Paul’s teaching. · The Diversion of This ...read more

  • The Commission Of The Ascension Series

    Contributed by Charles Mallory on May 11, 2013
     | 3,502 views

    Before ascending into heaven, Jesus instructs us to preach forgiveness and the remission of sins to the whole world!

    The ascension of Jesus Christ to heaven! It is something we believe in! We affirm this belief as part of “The apostles’ creed” as well as the “Nicene Creed.” We state in the Nicene Creed, “He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again in glory to ...read more

  • Eusebius Versus Arius: A Critical Defense Of The Faith

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 27, 2018
     | 1,785 views

    The word "consubstantial" is so important that we either bow or kneel when we commemorate the conception of Jesus in Mary’s womb during that prayer.

    Thursday of 17th Week in Course St. Eusebius of Vercelli Today’s Scripture gives us two parables, one from Jeremiah and the second from Jesus Himself. Jeremiah visited a potter, probably a novice potter, because what he threw on the wheel turned out badly. But one thing every potter learns is ...read more

  • Holy Trinity

    Contributed by John Fruner on Aug 13, 2002
    based on 41 ratings
     | 3,479 views

    For Trinity Sunday, using the Roman Lectionary

    The Holy Spirit has been explained as being the mutual bond between the Father and the Son in order that when one of the Divine Persons is active, the others are involved. I like this explanation and definition because I find approaching this doctrine, and thus attempting to understand it and ...read more

  • The Council Of Chalcedon Series

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Apr 30, 2014
     | 1,674 views

    Considered by many to be the last Ecumenical Council, how did the Council of Chalcedon affect the history of the early church and begin the rift which would ultimately become the Great Schism in 1054.

    Church History: Examining the Creeds and Confessions of the Church Through the Ages and Why They Matter. Lesson 5: The Council of Chalcedon So far, in our study of church history we have seen: An overview of the last 2,000 years of church history. The creeds which are found within the ...read more

  • Second Person Of The Trinity

    Contributed by Chris Tiller on Dec 12, 2005
    based on 14 ratings
     | 5,223 views

    What does it mean to say that Jesus is the Second Person of the Trinity? What are some of the errors of understanding that have sometimes confused or deceived people?

    In the midst of his earthly ministry, Jesus asked his disciples, “Who do people say the Son of Man is?” They replied, “Some say John the Baptist; others say Elijah; and still others, Jeremiah or one of the prophets.” Jesus then asked them, “What about you? Who do you say that I am?” The gospels ...read more

  • What Is A True Church? Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Aug 18, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,407 views

    How does one distinguish a true church from a false church? This sermon examines three marks that define a true church of Christ.

    Scripture Last week I began a short series of sermons on the topic of the church. Jesus is building his church. All over the world, whether in urban or rural areas, in densely or sparsely populated areas, or in places hostile or friendly toward Christianity, Jesus is building his ...read more