Sermons on “Life”

Acceptable Worship

In Genesis 4 we see sibling rivalry at its worst. But the heart of the matter is what is acceptable worship. One brother gave God what was convenient, while the other gave God his best. Cain compared himself to his brother, became angry, bitter, and did the unthinkable. His heart was not right.

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Genesis – The Big Lie

We are going to look at the devil’s Big Lie in Genesis chapter three. Just as he tempted Adam and Eve to disobey God, we are tempted in the same way: doubting God’s Word and doubting God’s goodness. Doubting and disobeying God bring pain and death. Trusting and obeying God bring joy and life. These principles are still just as true today.

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A Man of Integrity

In honor of Father’s Day this morning, I will be speaking about being a Man of Integrity. Today let’s honor fathers for all that they do well and for trying, and let’s show grace and forgiveness for the times they failed.

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Art of Neighboring – The Fear Factor

We are afraid of a lot of things, but loving our neighbors should not be one of them. Jesus commanded us to do this, so He will give us the courage, strength, and power to do it.

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That’s What Friends Are For

Friendships help your physical, mental, and emotional health. I’m going to quickly share what the Mayo Clinic found about having friends. We will look at several verses in the wisdom books about friends. And then we will see who some of Paul’s friends were as he closed out the letter to the church in Colossae.

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Easter Sunday – Power to Change Your Life

Today, on Easter Sunday, we celebrate! Jesus is alive, and through His resurrection, we come alive to His power to change our lives and to transform each one of us into a new creation.

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Palm Sunday: Above & Beyond

The events of Palm Sunday, often referred to as Jesus’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem, are recorded in all four of the Gospels—Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. That repetition in Scripture shows us that this event was very important! It marked what we often think of as the beginning of Jesus’s journey to the cross. Jesus’s purpose was part of a much bigger plan established before the creation of the world. It went far above and beyond what the people there that first Palm Sunday knew.

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