The following are sermons:
Day for the End of Days
Our heavenly Father never sleeps. Jesus sees ahead. The Holy Spirit stands beside you with you in this place in your life right now. Nothing sneaks up on God. You experience surprise, I do; God sees it before. Nothing in this week's news surprised Him; nothing tomorrow.Read more...
Paul & James: A Contradiction? Case Study: Faith and Works
- James on Faith and Works
- Paul on Faith and Works
- Steps in Paul's Romans Salvation Argument
- Summary of the Argument in Romans Four
- Count Reckon Impute, Credit, Compute
- Galatians 5:6
Paul & James: a Contradiction? Case Study: Sin and Righteousness
- Author, Date, Purpose
- Sin and Righteousness
- James on Sin
- Paul on Sin
- James on Righteousness
- Paul on Righteousness
Commitment in an Age of Noncommitment
Everyone who confesses Me before men, I will also confess him before My Father who is in heaven. But whoever denies Me before men, I will also deny him before My Father who is in heaven (Matthew 10:32-33).
God is blessing His Church with new members today. The baptism toward the end of this service will be a public witness to heart commitment. The watery grave will open, down into it the person will go, then out of the grave she will come as in resurrection to life. Faith in Christ is expressed in action. Christ will be confessed.Read more...
HAYSTACKS #6: Alpha and Omega
Today our series exploring key pieces of Adventism continues. We use the acronym "HAYSTACKS": "H" stands for "Hope," and our historic focus on Scripture and prophecy. "A" is for "Advent," Jesus is returning. Second Coming occurs very soon! "Y" stands for "Youthful Eternity." In the earth made new, those who accept Jesus and His unselfish principle of life, will receive new bodies, experiencing a perpetual youthfulness. The first "S" is for "Sabbath." God prepared His rest in the beginning, not merely to help us slow down for 24 hours, but that we might experience focused communion with Him on His holy day. "T" is for "Temperance," living the abundant life, refusing to be enslaved in sensation or anesthetized by food.
It has been impossible at any letter to leave Jesus out. Adventists are VERY interested in Jesus. We look to His soon return, but we're also deeply curious about Him. How did He live? How did He overcome? How can He be our pattern? How can we live a life that pleases Him?Read more...