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Sermons on Faith

Sermons on Faith

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Wanting the Real God

Jonah’s in too deep. Literally. As he sits in the belly of the fish, Jonah prays a prayer of repentance and thankfulness to God. Jonah recognizes how God is working on his heart so he can share God with the people of Ninevah. We too find ourselves in the pit of despair, and it’s here where we recognize our deep need for a Savior. Moments like this help us see clearly why we need to share Jesus with the world,…

Promises: Present Authority

We want to share God with others and live according to His Word. But it’s a struggle. We’re scared, and we feel alone. God, who has the authority, promises to be there for you as you carry out the work of making disciples. You can be confident as you do His good works that he listens to you, cares for you, and is always there for you. Scriptures: Deuteronomy 31:6 Sermon Text: Matthew 28:19
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Faithfulness, Not Convenience

It’s hard to stick to our promises to ourselves to stay healthy when it’s more convenient to go through the fast food drive-through or skip a workout. It may be easier to skip your daily devotion or going to church to make sure you’ve got time to get everything else done, but what’s the result of this? God is always faithful to you, and being intentional about spending time with him helps you set priorities straight, making time for the…
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Change The Way You Think Of The Church

Reaching milestones in life, such as Confirmation, warrants celebration. But often, these milestones are just the beginning to a new journey. The Holy Spirit works through the Word to bring all of us along the path of maturity. Because of this, we grow in faith and our relationship with Christ every time we engage in God’s Word, making us stronger disciples of Christ and growing the church as a whole. Acts 2:1-4
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What If…We Believe Without Seeing?

Most of us trust that the sun will rise in the morning and that the crops planted in spring will grow so we’ll have food in the fall. But we struggle to trust that God is who he says he is. Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. When we believe without seeing, we allow God to be God. We trust that the creator of the universe will do things…
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The Masks We Wear

Often, we go about our day-to-day lives wearing masks, pretending everything’s okay when it’s really not. We allow Satan to delude us into thinking that we’re alone, that no one else could possibly understand what we’re going through. Even though we have friends and family here to help us, we refuse to let them into our struggles. But God tells you the truth: you’re worthy, loved, and important. It’s okay to let people into your trials. Let God’s word be true for you. 1 Kings 19:4
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Prioritize: God First

School has started. So have fall sports, after-school activities, the fall yard work, a new workout routine, and a big project at work. Amidst all the “stuff” we have to do in our busy lives, it would be easy to prioritize children, work, and money over what’s really important: our relationships with our heavenly Father. No matter how busy we get, we must continually strive to build the relationship with the One who made us and blessed us with all…
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Faith Makes Us Encourage One Another

Paul and the Philippians enjoyed a wonderful relationship: they were gospel partners (fellowship) in ministry. He was not afraid to ask them for help and they were eager to give him support. Sermon Text: Philippians 4:10-20
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Faith Doesn’t Ask Why

Sometimes it seems foolish to do what God commands. How can marching around a city bring down its walls? We don’t always see or understand why God asks us to do what He asks us to do, but faith tells us that when we do it, we will be blessed. Sermon Text: Joshua 5:13-6:5, 20
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Faith Believes that Dying is to Live

Christians have the best attitude about life and death. Every day is a joy, because we have a purpose – to live for Christ. And when we die? That’s even better by far. Philippians 1:18b-26
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Generous God

Generosity starts with trust. If we trust that we’ll always have what we need, that there’s no need for worry or anxiety, that it’s not necessary to hold so tightly to the things we have, we will experience the incredible and liberating freedom called generosity. God promises to care for all our needs. Do we believe his promise? Sermon Text:  Luke 12:22-34
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Christ Alone: Accept No Substitute

We are naturally prone to put our hope and faith in the things and the people of this world. Yet, there is only One who can help and save us from any and every calamity of body and soul. Sermon Text:  Acts 4:1-12