This is a Coram Deo podcast I did with Pastor Ben, but thought I would share it here as well!
This is a sermon preached on Resurrection Sunday 2018. We explore the question, “What is unique about the resurrection of Jesus?” Starting in 1 Corinthians 15 and then also looking at Acts and other teachings from the apostles of Jesus.
In this Palm Sunday sermon we look at John’s account of Jesus riding towards Jerusalem as he approaches Calvary. Jesus declares to all that he is the promised king and messiah and yet rides not to overthrow earthly rulers, but to atone for sin at Calvary.
As we continue working through the Sermon on The Mount, we come to a unique passage in Luke where he records the “Woes” of Jesus. Listen in as we seek to understand what Jesus is warning about… Luke 6:24-26
In this sermon we look at the third beatitude that Luke records for us which is “Blessed are those who weep now for you shall laugh”. We consider some ungodly forms of sorrow and then also some godly forms of sorrow as seen in the Scripture.
In this sermon we begin looking at the Sermon on the Mount as recorded by Luke. We look at the first of the four Beatitudes that Luke records for us, which is “Blessed are the Poor” Luke 6:19-21
In this message we are continuing our study in Luke’s Gospel account. In Luke 5:27-32 we have the amazing account of the call and conversion of Levi who is another name for the disciple Mathew. We see the stunning grace of God as Jesus calls this man from a place of known sin. We see Read more about Jesus Friend of Sinners[…]
This week we look at the fourth “Sola” in our study which is Christ Alone. Two primary parts to this central truth of the Christian faith are the exclusive identity of Jesus, and secondly the sufficient work of Jesus. We look at these two, even if briefly, in this sermon…
As we continue in our study of the “Five Solas” of the reformation, which we believe are rooted in the Scripture, we come to “Grace Alone” and see how the grace of God is an amazing work of the triune God, the Father, the Son and Spirit.
As Jesus leaves the synagogue and enters Simon’s house, we continue to see his authority and mercy as he heals and delivers many. Luke 4:38-44