"sin" Tagged Sermons

"sin" Tagged Sermons

What Shall We Do?

Luke 3:10-20 Sunday Service / John the Baptist prepared the way to Jesus.  A prepared heart is a repentant heart, and a repentant heart will produce real results.  What are the results that flow from repentance?

Resisting Temptation

James 1:12-16 Sunday Service / God allows trials in our lives to test our faith for endurance. Those same trials that God means to prove our faith can also be used as a temptation to sin. James provides a way of escape from allowing trials to take us captive to temptation and sin.

The Trap of Self-Righteousness

Luke 18:9-14 Sunday Service / If you died today where would you go, Heaven or Hell? When you say Heaven, we ask on what basis? Jesus teaches us to not fall into the trap of self-righteousness. We dare not approach the throne of God based on our own merits. Instead we approach in humility where we are not trusting in ourselves but in Christ’s righteousness alone.

Only Two Ways

Psalm 1 Sunday Service / There are only two ways to live your life. One is the way of true happiness and the other is the way of complete hopelessness.

Redeemed from the Curse

Galatians 3:10, 13 Sunday Service / Those who work in order to be accepted by God are cursed but those who believe in Jesus in order to be accepted by God are blessed.
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The Law of God

CE Hour What is God’s Law? How does He categorize sin for the believer and the unbeliever?

The Sight of the Serpent

John 3:14-15 Sunday Service / All of our fleshly efforts to obtain salvation are useless because the only remedy for our hopeless, sinful condition is to look to Jesus Christ alone in order to have eternal life.

A Gospel Testimony​

1 Timothy 1:12-17 Sunday Service / The gospel shapes you into a person who continually sees yourself as a big sinner and Jesus as a bigger Savior.​

It’s Not a Big Deal, So Why Is God So Angry?

Joshua 7 Sunday Service / After a stunning victory over mighty Jericho, Israel suffers a crippling loss under a tiny city–all because of hidden and unconfessed sin. God is not to be trifled with: His holiness requires obedience and His justice demands punishment. What hope is there when we all are just as guilty?
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