This morning I preached a sermon to an empty room. Our church was unable to meet because of the outbreak of the coronavirus. My message was from Psalm 25. You can find the full manuscript of the sermon below. If you have any questions feel free to comment. Blessings.
This morning we started a 5 week series we’re calling The Gospel According to Abraham. If you’re new to the Bible, Abraham is the biggest character in the Old Testament. He’s monumental. Three major world religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam claim Abraham as a father of their faith. This means that the majority of the world population trace their beliefs back through Abraham.
And when you read the life of Abraham in the Old Testament, you find that Abraham stood out from the crowd. In a world of sameness, he was different. Life didn’t happen to Abraham—he happened to life. Why? How? That’s what this series is all about.
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Sunday we completed week 5 of our series “Who is Jesus?” We’ve been looking at texts from the first half of John’s gospel. It’s called the Book of Signs because John has carefully selected vignettes from the ministry of Christ which highlight the essence and nature of his Messiahship. This Sunday we examined Jesus as the Bread of Life in John 6. A copy of the manuscript I preached from is available below for your own study.
The Old Testament prophetic book of Jonah tells us a lot about who God is and what he’s doing in the world. It reveals his mercy and our stubbornness to his commands. Here’s the sermon manuscript for week 2 of our series:
The Old Testament prophetic book of Jonah tells us a lot about who God is and what he’s doing in the world. It reveals his mercy and our stubbornness to his commands. Here’s the sermon manuscript for week 1 of our series:
It’s hard to believe we’re halfway through our Summer series! This week’s manuscript can be found below:
This past Sunday was week 2 of a 9 week series on Christian doctrine at Lake Wylie Baptist Church.
What is Creation? That was our topic for the week. We saw that creation is good, but it’s not God. This means we enjoy the world we’re living in, but we never treat it as ultimate in our lives. We also so that this world is corrupted by sin and, because of Christ’s work at the cross, creation will one day be remade. Below is a link to the full manuscript:
Other sermons in this series include:
What is the Bible? 2 Timothy 3.10-17