"cross" Tagged Sermons
Jesus came to Earth to live a perfect life because we can’t. He knew his death would satisfy the wrath of God for all of us, and he loved us enough to go through with it. As we acknowledge the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday, we reflect on the purpose, the satisfaction, and love that came to fruition at the cross of Jesus. Sermon Text: Isaiah 53:6
Proverbs 8 personifies wisdom. It speaks of wisdom being the person who created the world. John 1 picks up on this idea, describing Jesus as the Word made flesh. Paul calls Jesus “the wisdom of God.” God’s greatest revelation of wisdom is in the Gospel. It seems foolish to us at first. But his death and resurrection to reconcile the world to himself reveal the height, depth, width, and length of his wisdom and love. Sermon Text: Proverbs 8:12, 27-31…
The business of making a living, of getting ahead, of accomplishing goals, or even just surviving from day to day and year to year in our fallen world, can so easily turn our eyes away from the cross. How do we keep the proper priorities?
It’s a tough, lonely thing to grow up in a world filled with high expectations and endless temptations. Youth need to understand that they are not alone—everyone faces the same struggles. How can we come up alongside our youth, let them know that we love them, we care about them, we’re ready to listen without judgement? Sermon Text: Psalm 25:1-7