Sermons on Seasonal
Text: John 21:1–19 Main Idea: A Christian’s sin and failure moves the heart of Christ to mercy and compassion not instant wrath and anger.
Text: John 13:21-35 Main Idea: Jesus’ love command shows us the source of our love is not the worthiness of our brother or sister in Christ but the perfect example of Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit.
Text: Luke 2:1-7 Main Idea: Jesus was born as a baby in a lowly manger so that he could fully identify with fallen man and fully satisfy God’s wrath against our sinful rebellion.
Text: Luke 1:57-80
Text: Luke 1:39-56 Main Idea: God is worthy of our trust and worship because he fulfills his every promise and loves to lift the lowly who humbly trust him for their every need.
Text: Luke 1:5-38 Main Point: God is trustworthy because he always fulfills his promises.
Text: John 1:14-18 Main Point: The greatest miracle of the greatest glory and greatest grace is the greatest gospel imaginable.
Text: John 1:6-13 Main Idea: The eternal Word came into the world so that any human being can become a child of God through faith.
Text: John 1:1-5 Main Point: The Word, as God’s self-expression, reveals God to us.
Text: Psalm 34 Main Point: Thanksgiving magnifies God’s faithfulness and motivates the faithful to rightly fear him.