Sermons on The Gospel

Sermons on The Gospel

Jesus is Irreplaceable - Hebrews 3:7-19

5 Crucial Reasons Jesus Became Human – Hebrews 2:10-18

For a PDF download of the Growth Group Questions related to this sermon, click “Save,” then “PDF.” While our sanctuary is being renovated, the recording quality will be different. 1) So That He Can Be the Founder of Our Salvation Who Suffered for Us (Hebrews 2:10) 2) So That He Can Be Our Perfect Older Brother (Hebrews 2:11-12) 3) So That He Can Be Our Holy Worship Leader (Hebrews 2:12b-13) 4) So That He Can Free Us From the Devil…

From Despair to Hope – Psalm 130

Are you buried under the weight of your sin? (Crushed) Psalm 130:1-2 Do you believe that God can and wants to forgive sin? (Hopeful) Psalm 130:3-4 Do you long to know God? (Waiting) Psalm 130:5-6 You can have faith and sure hope because of God’s promises in Jesus! (Full of Faith) Psalm 130:7-8

What Does Jesus’ Resurrection Have to Do With My Resurrection? – Easter Sunday Sermon – Romans 8:9-11

1) The promises of the gospel belong to those who believe the gospel (Romans 8:9) For believers in the resurrected Jesus: 2) Death is the start of life (Romans 8:10) 3) The Holy Spirit guarantees your resurrection (Romans 8:11) You may have heard it said that the Holy Spirit is like the engagement ring that seals us when we are saved. But not only is the Holy Spirit like the engagement ring, He is also like the wedding ring that…

Children of God: That Is Who We Are! – 1 John 2:28-3:3

The last two Sundays, the sermon has not recorded due to a technical problem. The good news is, we received training on our Sound Board and it seems the problem is fixed. We hope this sermon on 1 John 2:28 – 3:3 is a blessing to you. In Christ we have: A hopeful identity (1 John 3:1) A hopeful future (1 John 3:2) A hopeful battle (1 John 3:3)

3 Reasons to Not Love the World

Today’s sermon was unable to be recorded. It should record again next Sunday as normal, so please check back. The sermon transcript below is provided since there is no recording from 2/17/19. We hope it is a blessing to you!  – Pastor Tim Three Reasons to Not Love the World — 1 John 2:15-17 Not long before I graduated from college I saw an old family friend who had recently begun working for a large company. He was very proud…

Love and Truth Are Twins – 1 John 2:7-11

Our response to the truth of the gospel of Christ means that we must reflect the King of Love, Jesus, in the way we treat the family of God. We will see this taught in 2 main ways in 1 John 2:7-11… Do you love the body of Christ like Jesus loves them? (vv. 7-8) Do you pass the test of love? (vv. 9-11)

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…