Sermon Archive

The Bible says that God is the giver of every good and perfect gift (Jas. 1:17). And the apostle Paul says that we should not dwell on things that make…
Have you ever heard of something called the “blame game?” It’s when someone or some group of people try to blame someone else for some issue or failure and its…
Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem is reaching its end (Luke 9:51; 19:28). Along the way He has encouraged all manner of people – Pharisees, tax collectors, poor, blind, demoniacs, lepers, children,…
Most of us are familiar with the story of how Abraham got a wife for Isaac (Gen. 24:1-9). When Abraham sent his servant to find a wife for Isaac, he…
There is an old saying that “Confession is good for the soul.” In our culture this word sometimes brings to mind the image of the Catholic concept of going into…

We Are One

November 20, 2022
The Sunday morning lesson for November 20, 2022.
Psalm 72 is the last psalm in the collection of Book II in the Psalter, and it is one of two psalms that share the heading “Of Solomon” or “For…
Scripture often impresses us with the need to remember to continue doing the things that are tried and true in walking with the Lord (2 Tim. 3:13-17). The early church…
After healing the blind beggar, Jesus continues his journey to Jerusalem and the cross. Luke has two more episodes to recount before we arrive -  Zacchaeus and The Parable of…

A Life Well Lived

November 6, 2022
Have you ever heard the phrase “finish strong?” I’ve been thinking about this idea recently as I have been involved in several funerals. As the apostle Paul spoke of his…
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