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Sermons from 2016 (Page 3)

Moses offers four sermons that restate God's Law and Gospel promises.

Delight Again

The events of the week have given emphasis to our theme this Sunday. There are many questions as the why of hatred and murder. There are few satisfying answers. Our God redirects us to his love. It is that love alone that can transform a heart from death to life, from anger to peace, hatred to hope.

Jonah is the reluctant prophet who was frustrated with God's grace.

Second Chance

Jonah is a fascinating book not only because Jonah was given a second chance, but also because Nineveh – the last people who deserved the gospel – were given a second chance. What was it that frustrated Jonah at the end of the book? The answer might surprise you!

Don't go back to the Old Testament Laws! Jesus fulfilled the Law for us!

School Is Out

How did you do in school? Were you a straight A student? If the Old Testament Law of Moses could give out grades to the world, every one would fail! Why then would anyone want to go back to school after Jesus has freed us from the Law?! By faith in Jesus we are perfect and forgiven.

King David was a man after God's own heart. He was far from perfect, but he was a forgiven sinner.

Blind Spot

Ever feel trapped? When Christians fall into a sin, it can seem like there is no way out. God be praised that he sends people, like the prophet Nathan, to call sinners to repentance that they might be saved! King David’s life is a warning for us all.

God extends a call to Elisha through Elijah

Temple of God

One might think that King Solomon would ask God for protection after completely his golden temple for the Lord. Instead, he asks that everyone see it! And when they do, that God would hear their prayer! Today we are God’s temple, and through us God still does his work of evangelism.

These words are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. The gift of God to the world is Jesus. Many miracles are recorded in the gospel of John.

Dry Those Tears

How great would it be if Jesus was walking around today? Would we vote for him as President? Would he help the medical field with his miracles? How many hungry people could be fed by his power? These questions are fun to consider, but they betray the reason Jesus had to leave. It has to do with the Holy Spirit.