"salvation" Tagged Sermons
Most religions seem superficially similar. All religions have a form of prayer, types of worship, and a way of life. And yet, if you scratch below the surface, you will find that Christianity is fundamentally different from all other religions. Most religions give their followers a type of ladder, a system of rules to live by to “climb up to God”. But Christianity presents a story about God working through his people in order that He might come down to…
Jesus was fully aware of how God intended to redeem this world from its rebellion and sin. God’s plan is so scandalous (that the Father was willing to sacrifice his Son) that Jesus asks for another way.
Everything that Jesus has accomplished has become ours through our baptism. Sermon Text: Colossians 2:6-15
In a world that avoids personal responsibility and doesn’t feel comfortable passing judgment, we find security in the fact that there is right and wrong, accountability and consequences – integrity. Sermon Text: 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11
There are so many pious people out there who spend their lives sincerely working out their own way to God. How could a loving God condemn them? Why does there have to be only one way to heaven? Sermon Text: John 14:1-6
There are a lot of really bad people out there, people who are certainly doing worse things than me. I try hard to do what’s right and make amends when I do wrong. How can you say I’m not good enough? Sermon Text: Luke 18:9-14