The loneliness of Christ is found in the fact that Jesus alone accomplished salvation for His people. As Christ was on the road to the cross, all those who were with Him fell away and He was left alone. The salvation of people is accomplished by God and God alone. But we are not left…
Sermon text: Matthew 28:1-20 The resurrection of Jesus Christ is one of the most important events in human history. In the resurrection we see the culmination of all of the promises of God. All of the hints which appeared in the Old Testament, become clear. Jesus Christ, the Son of God who had died on…
Guest preacher, the Rev. Marcus Serven preaches from Isaiah 53:7-9
Should God’s people lament? Why should we lament? Not only is it alright for God’s people to lament, it is good. When we lament before the Lord we can rest secure, knowing that we have a sure salvation in Christ.
The first people, outside of Joseph and Mary, to hear the announcement of the birth of the Savior was not the rich and powerful, but common shepherds. While shepherds were tending their flock, in the same fields that centuries before David had tended his sheep, the angel of the Lord came to them with the most wonderful of news. The Savior of the world has been born! This child who was born will be the Redeemer who had been promised from of old.
The amazing birth of the Redeemer in the womb of the virgin Mary, is one of the most important events in redemptive history. The Savior of the world, the Lord Jesus Christ, was born to save people from their sins. The Son of God came into the world, being conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit, in the virgin Mary, so that he might go to the cross, as the atoning sacrifice for sinners.
The incarnation of the Lord Jesus Christ (that is His coming in the flesh) is the supreme example of the fulfillment of God’s covenantal promises and his faithfulness. The promised king, the Lord Jesus Christ is spoke of throughout all of Scripture.
Sermon Outline I. The importance of prayer v. 1a II. For whom we pray vv. 1b-2 III. The reason for prayer: God’s glory vv. 3-6 Sermon Text 1 Timothy 2:1-8 First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people, 2 for kings and all who are in…