Sermons

The Faith That Saved Noah

The building of the ark that saved Noah was an accomplishment made possible “by faith” (Heb. 11:7). What were the characteristics of the faith that saved Noah?

How We Must Communicate the Gospel

As we consider the plan of salvation and the process of our communication of the message, let’s not forget the purpose of the whole thing — a personal relationship in which people actually know God and walk with Him.

Christ and the Cross

It is no exaggeration to say that the death of Jesus of Nazareth by crucifixion is the pivotal point in world history. The cross of Christ is the “crux” of the gospel (1 Cor. 15:1-5), and without the cross, Jesus is not the Christ and the gospel is not good news.

How Do We Know What Our Priorities Are?

We can’t go “all out” for one thing and then truthfully claim another is more important (Mt. 6:24). Where our priorities are, there will our energy and enthusiasm be also.

Malachi: A Call to Radical Reverence

How willing are we to hear when God warns us, through the prophet Malachi, in regard to: our responsibilities as a spiritual priesthood? our attitude toward His marriage law? our practice of public and private worship?

A Faith That Looks Forward

A Faith That Looks Forward

We must not only be saved from sin, but we must stay saved — we must not only believe in Christ, but we must keep on believing. The life of faith begun is virtually worthless if it is not completed (Hb. 6:11,12). What, then, is involved in having a faith that lasts a lifetime?

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Let Your Light Shine

Let Your Light Shine

Too often we think that we don’t have much influence in the world. When it comes to influence, most of us don’t see ourselves as having much opportunity. But the truth is, there are plenty of simple ways that all of us can influence others for good.

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Christ and the Cross

Christ and the Cross

It is no exaggeration to say that the death of Jesus of Nazareth by crucifixion is the pivotal point in world history. The cross of Christ is the “crux” of the gospel (1 Cor. 15:1-5), and without the cross, Jesus is not the Christ and the gospel is not good news.

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