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In Psalm 119:93, King David said “I will never forget your precepts, for by them you have given me life.” But Jesus rebuked the Jewish leaders in His day for searching the scriptures, thinking that they would find eternal life there. So is God’s word our source of spiritual life or not? As we’ll see as we look closely at John 5, it all depends on how you read it and what you’re looking for.
It’s one thing for Jesus to make the claim that He and His Father are one. It’s another thing for Him to be able to cite witnesses who are able to substantiate that claim. We’ll examine the testimony of the witnesses Jesus cites as proof that He is God. And we’ll see why even with credible witnesses giving credible testimony, the Jewish leaders in Jesus day still refused to believe His claim.
We are in John 5 looking at how Jesus responded to charges from the Jewish authorities in His day that He was teaching people to violate God’s law. We’ll see why His response made the leaders so angry with Jesus that they wanted to see Him dead.
The next sermon in our Encountering Jesus sermon series through John’s Gospel.
We resume our study of the life of Jesus in the book of John. We’ll see the power and compassion of Jesus as He heals the son of a nobleman in Galilee.
Our Easter 2020 sermon learning how to fight through the fear of death with the resurrection power and hope of Jesus Christ.
From our Good Friday service in 2020
This is our sermon from Palm Sunday 2020 to teach us what real salvation means. Luke 19:28-40
A sermon during the Covid-19 pandemic from the Sermon on the Mount to help us understand worry and how to fight it biblically.
In our second week into the Coronavirus pandemic, pastor Bob teaches us about God’s providence in hard seasons.
What does God’s word tell us during trials and fearful times? The sermon by Bob Lepine is preceded with an update of Coronavirus medical considerations by Dr. John Dietrich.
We’re back in the gospel of John, looking at what happened when an immoral Samaritan woman became one of the first New Testament evangelists (spoiler alert: Revival happened!).
The final sermon from our series in 2 Peter 1:3-11 that looks at the motivation and fuel for Gospel character growth.
The eighth installment from our 2020 series on growth looking at how to grow in love to honor Christ.
In our ongoing series to start 2020 we continue to look at ways to graciously grow to be more like Jesus, focusing this week on loving other believers with brotherly affection.
Do you think of yourself as a godly person? Would other people describe you that way? Or does that idea maybe sound presumptuous? In 2 Peter, we’re told that godliness is one characteristic we should add to our faith. But what exactly does that mean?
The fourth sermon in a new series at the start of 2020 looking at the many ways all Christians can grow in fruitfulness and effectiveness in living for the glory of Christ.
The third sermon in a new series at the start of 2020 looking at the many ways all Christians can grow in fruitfulness and effectiveness in living for the glory of Christ.
A stand-alone sermon on the importance of standing up for the lives of the unborn children and helping women in places of vulnerability.
The second sermon in a new series at the start of 2020 looking at the many ways all Christians can grow in fruitfulness and effectiveness in living for the glory of Christ.