Sermons from June 2020

Sermons from June 2020

Grace is Still Amazing

In the King’s (not so secret) service

Romans 11:1-12:8 Israel served as God’s people. (11:1-10) All the world blessed through Abraham. (Genesis 12:1-3) From David will come the Messiah. (Isaiah 9:6-7) Jesus is born to Mary and Joseph from the tribe of Judah. (Luke 2:4-7) Gentiles served as God’s message to Israel. (11:11-24) God don’t make junk! (Acts 10:34) Parable of the laborers (Matthew 20:1-16) Gentiles, don’t get the big head Mercy served as God’s reasoning. (11:25-36) All disobey so God’s mercy will be shown For God…
Grace is Still Amazing

Right or Left?

Romans 10:5-21 Dad’s words are/were Pointed, Preventative, thought Provoking God’s message to his creation is about righteousness. Righteousness is closer than we think. (5-8) Through Moses in Deuteronomy 30:12-14 We don’t have to physically search any farther than where we are Righteousness is a calling. (9-13) Let the overflowing of our mouth be that Jesus is Lord (Luke 6:45) How do we “call” on the Lord? It is a calling for everyone Righteousness is in the message we carry. (14-15;17)…
Grace is Still Amazing

God’s Way

Romans 9:1-10:4 Introduction:  Paul wishes he could save the Israelites 1-4a God’s way is to give. 4b-5 Revealed his glory Made covenants Gave them the law Gave them the privilege of worshiping Him Gave them his wonderful promises God’s way is to choose us NOT for our good or bad works. 6-13 He chose Abraham He chose Isaac He chose Jacob For his purposes God’s way is to show mercy. 14-29 We can’t work for it We may think it…
Grace is Still Amazing

Bold Dreams

Sermon Scripture:  Romans 8:12-39; Matthew 25:14-30 A new beginning comes with new decisions. (v. 12-14) To listen to sinful nature or to not Who you follow is as important as who you lead A new beginning comes with new fears. (v. 15-17) No need to fear We are God’s children A new beginning comes with new dreams. (v. 18-25) Wait and work eagerly Adopted into God’s family A new beginning comes with the same promises. (v. 26-39) God is for…
Grace is Still Amazing

Driven

Sermon Scripture:  Romans 7:1-8:11 When we died to Christ, we died to the law. (v. 7:1-6) Like marriage (Mark 10:1-12) Re-marry (1 Timothy 5:14) Surrendering to Jesus is putting the old self to death and uniting with Him. Until we died to the law, sin used the law. (v. 7:7-13) You can’t keep them so just live life You can keep them so work, work, work until judgment The law isn’t to blame, I am. (v. 7:14-25) We want to…