Sermons by Ben Kuerth (Page 8)
Satan is known as the accuser for a reason. How will you or I stand up against his accusations? Zechariah 3:1-5
Dedication and Celebration: God blesses his people with joy and gladness when they thankfully celebrate what he’s done for them. Sermon Text: Nehemiah 12:27-47
The need to confess sin is the result of honesty about who God is and who we are. Nehemiah 9
Greed, oppression, and indifference among the people of God had to be replaced by a unifying generosity before the work could continue. Nehemiah 5
When we engage in serving God, opposition from Satan is unavoidable. The devil uses many tactics, but his opposition will not stop the work of the church because the Lord fights for his people. Nehemiah’s response: “Pray, pray, pray and work!” Scripture: Psalm 3 Sermon Text: Nehemiah 4 My Next Steps Point to Ponder: Nehemiah was an ordinary man who trusted in an extraordinary God. He had the attitude: Show me the size of your problem and I’ll show you the…
Nehemiah: How do I make sure that my vision is really God’s vision? I’m going to start with prayer. Then based on what God has revealed to me in his Word, I’m going to act on what I see is the right thing to do and trust that God will give me success.
As we look around, our hearts are broken by what we see. God open our eyes to see what we must do in order to see change that will glorify him.
When individuals have been deeply hurt, it’s easy to start to think that no one really cares. But God holds them in his heart at all times. 1 Peter 5:7
When a person feels they have no power or control, fear and hopelessness rob them of any desire to change. God is our strength and deliverer. Philippians 4:10-13
The devil wants me to think that everyone else in the world has worth except me. Yet, every child of God is precious in his sight. 1 John 3:1-2
Discipleship is not a spectator sport. Jesus calls us to take up the tools of Word and sacrament and introduce the whole world to the one true saving God. Sermon Text: Matthew 28:18-20
In life we are constantly searching for the one thing that will truly satisfy. Jesus is the only one who can give us that one thing. Sermon Text: John 14:25-27