Sermons on Gospel

Sermons on Gospel

Don’t Forget Who You Belong To – 1 John 2:12-14

When your gas tank is filed up with gospel truth, you will have the fuel to follow Jesus! In 1 John 2:12-14 we see three truths about our identity in Christ that remind us who we belong to. 1) Our New Identity: Forgiven Children (vv. 2:12a, 13c) 2) Our New Identity: We Know Christ (vv. 2:13a, 14a) 3) Our New Identity: Overcomers (vv. 2:13b, 14b)  

Building a Gospel Culture in 2019 – Galatians 2:11-14

Turn your volume all the way up! We apologize for the audio issues; we are working on getting this resolved very soon. We want to continue to build a gospel culture in our church. In other words, a church professing the gospel should have a church culture that encourages reflecting the gospel in the way we treat each other. We will see: 1) To build a gospel culture in 2019, we must have correct “Gospel Doctrine” (Galatians 2:15-16, 21) 2)…

Christ (#3 of 5 in the “Good News” Sermon Series)

We see 3 main truths about the good news, the gospel, in Romans 3:21-26. Salvation is a gift, not something we earn. (3:21-24) Salvation comes only through Christ. (3:24-25) Through His Paying the Price for Us (Redemption) Through His Wrath-Absorbing (Propitiation) Salvation in Christ shows God’s justice and love (3:25b-26)

People (#2 of 5 in the “Good News” Sermon Series)

As it relates to the gospel, there are two main truths about people that we see in the Bible: We are made in God’s image (Genesis 1:26-27 with Genesis 9:6, James 3:9, Romans 8:29). We are sinners and our sin separates us from God (Genesis 3:8-10, Romans 6:23, Romand 3:10-22, Ephesians 2:1-5). Praise God that in each of these 4 sections of verses that talk about the seriousness of our sin before God, we see the hope of the gospel…

God (#1 of 5 in the “Good News” Sermon Series)

In Romans 1-4 we see the basics of the gospel, which answer basic questions about how to have a relationship with God; in other words, how to be “saved.” Who made us, and to whom are we accountable? (God) What is our problem? In other words, are we in trouble and why? (People) What is God’s solution to that problem? How has he acted to save us from it? (Christ) How do I—myself, right here, right now—how do I come…