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Sermons on Genesis

The Power of Promise: Pursuit

In this series examining God’s blueprint for marriage found in Genesis 2:24-25, we started with the Promise of Priority. This week, we dig into the Promise of Pursuit which declares to our spouse: “I will pursue you always.” Just because we are married does not mean that the pursuit is off. It has just begun! Let’s find out what this pursuit looks like.

The Power of Promise: Priority

This week we examine God’s blueprint for marriage as outlined in Genesis 2:24-25, where we discover the promise of priority.

In marriage, God sees a couple as one unit. When a couple says, “I do,” God super-glues them together in a lifelong union. So our first promise that we need to reaffirm to our spouse is, “Next to Jesus Christ, you are my top priority.”

Jonah: Perplexing Prophet – Preaching

When it comes to ourselves we all like second chances! This week we dig into the third chapter of Jonah which has been called, ‘The gospel of the second chance’. This chapter shows that God is waiting for us to take advantage of second chances to serve Him and this is truly good news.

This Christmas – Matthew’s Messiah: The Fathers

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail SERMON SUMMARY Matthew 1:18-25 Today we’re exploring the true meaning of Christmas through the perspective of Jesus’ earthly father,  Joseph, and his heavenly Father, God. When Joseph found out that Mary was pregnant out of wedlock  (v. 19), he displayed a remarkable balance between graciousness and allegiance to God’s moral law. If …

The Christian and Politics: The Sovereignty of God over Politics

Now that the election is behind us, are you terrified, overjoyed, or ambivalent? Together let’s remember that God is sovereign over the affairs of men and nations—“God changes the times and the epochs; He removes kings and establishes kings; He gives wisdom to wise men and knowledge to men of understanding.” (Daniel 2:21).

Christianity: The Basics – Historic Legend or Legendary History

Are the first four books of the New Testament more legend than history? The eyewitnesses whose content filled these gospels would say, “No!” This sermon teaches that their message conveys the truth of who Jesus is and also gives us confidence in believing the good news of why he came.

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