Sermons on Acts
The Heart of the Conflict
Text: Acts 22:30-23:11 Main Point: Christians can endure the fiercest attacks when they are convinced that their adversaries are offended by their faithfulness to the gospel, not their sinfully offensive behavior.
The Source of Paul’s Courage
Text: Acts 21:27–22:24a Main Idea: A Christian’s courage flows from their conviction that faithfulness to Christ is more important than the possibility of suffering for Christ.
For the Sake of the Gospel
Text: Acts 21:17–26 Main Idea: Gospel clarity and Christian unity are more important than our individual liberties.
The Marks of a Faithful Minister (Part 2)
Text: Acts 20:28-38
The Marks of a Faithful Minister (Part 1)
Text: Acts 20:17–25
The Revolutionary Power of the Gospel
Text: Acts 19:21-41 Main Point: The gospel transforms society from the inside-out, as individual people come to faith in Jesus and submit their lives to His sovereign Lordship.
The Apostle, the Exorcists, and the Exaltation of Jesus
Text: Acts 19:8-20 Main Point: Jesus is not some magical power to be mastered, BUT a powerful Lord to be feared and worshiped and obeyed.
A Study in Gospel-Discernment
Text: Acts 18:24-19:7 Main Idea: There is a significant difference between a gospel-misunderstanding and missing the gospel all together.
Jesus + Nothing = Everything (Part 2)
Text: Philippians 3:1–11 Main Point: Suffering for Jesus is temporary. Pleasure in Jesus is eternal.
Jesus + Nothing = Everything
Text: Philippians 3:1–11 Main Point: The cost of following Christ is incomparable to the surpassing worth of knowing Jesus Christ our Lord.