My 5/14/17AM sermon, Entrusted With the Gospel, from Galatians 2:1-10 is now online. The sermon wrestled with this idea that believers have been entrusted with the Gospel. Paul was given this message. And, in turn, this led to the message being tested as well as being something that brought unity with others. So, I teased out those themes in the hope that we might understand what it means to be given the Gospel. I hope this sermon encourages you.
My 5/7/17AM sermon, Not Man’s Gospel from Galatians 1:11-24, is now online. This continues our series in Galatians and really sought to dig in to the autobiographical account that Paul gives in these opening chapters. Specifically, I pressed to show why fidelity to the Gospel matters, highlighting the life-change the Gospel brings. I hope it encourages you.
My 4/30/17AM sermon, No Other Gospel, from Galatians 1:6-10 is now online. While this passage shows what brought about Paul’s shock and awe at the Galatians’ desertion of the Gospel, what I tried to drive at was application for believers. In other words, yes, we should stand up for the Gospel. But, we should suspect ourselves. We might be tempted to drift. Some angel might appear and seek to allure us away from Christ alone. We must hold fast to Christ alone, banking all of our hope and trust in Him.
I hope this sermon encourages you.
My 4/23/17AM sermon, Why Galatians? from Galatians 1:1-5, is now online. This sermon helped introduce the book of Galatians to our body and showcase why it’s worthy of our study. Considering who Paul was, what our need is, and how God’s glory is the end of the matter helped clarify why we should study. I hope this sermon encourages you.
My 4/16/17 (Easter) sermon out of Galatians 1:1 entitled Jesus, Raised From The Dead, is now online. This sermon helped kick off our Galatians series as well as give a good summary of what we gathered to celebrate on Easter. Specifically, this sermon helped show how the Gospel message points to Easter glories. I hope you enjoy it and it helps you glorify God with your life.
On Sunday, April 9, I preached the final sermon in the 4 G’s series. This series sought to connect truth we know about God with how we live. God is Gracious is the sermon from 4/9. This sermon helped us see that because God is gracious, we don’t have to prove ourselves. We did a lot of work in the parable of the prodigal son in Luke 15. I hope it encourages you to find freedom in the amazing God and what God has done for you through His Son.
My 3/19/17AM sermon, God is Glorious, is now online. It continues a series that we’re in called The 4 G’s. This series is about taking high theological realities (like some characteristic about God) and showing what the implications are for our lives. To put it another way, there’s a gap between what we profess to believe and how we live. This series is seeking to shorten that gap.
In the God is Glorious sermon, we were helped to see how because God is glorious we don’t have to fear others. It really got at why we should fear God. I’m hoping it serves you well. Enjoy.
My 3/12/17AM sermon, God Is Great, is now online. This sermon began a series on the 4 G’s (#t4gs) and will continue for four weeks. In the God is Great sermon, we explored that since God is great, we don’t have to be in control. I’m hoping it encourages you to relinquish your alleged “control” over life and trust in Him.
My 3/5/17AM sermon, Worship Expressed from various texts, is now online. This sermon wrapped up a short series on Worship I gave at Crestview Bible Church. In particular, this sermon helped flesh out what “bending our lives to the reality that the Lord, He is God; we’re not” would look like. Some truths that I engaged were: our focus in worship, how worship should be free, how worship relates to family, and how it will be forever.
I hope this sermon helps you grow as a worshipper of Jesus.