Sermons by Bob Lepine
The third installment in our sermon series Jesus, Politics, and the Gospel looking at how we evaluate who we vote for in all public offices with biblical principals for character, competence, and priorities.
The second sermon in a 3 part series titled Jesus, Politics, & the Gospel focusing on how to talk to political opponents or in any disagreements in a God-honoring way.
Part 1 of a 3 part series on being a kingdom minded Christian amidst chaotic and turbulent political times.
The next installment in our Encountering Jesus sermon series from John’s Gospel looking at the ways people try to make Jesus what they want him to be.
The next sermon in our ongoing sermon series Encountering Jesus from the Gospel of John looking at the difference between trying to earn God’s love or surrendering to God’s love in the Gospel.
The next installment in our Encountering Jesus sermon series through John’s Gospel examining the predominant ways people viewed Jesus then and now from the start of chapter 7.
The next sermon in our Encountering Jesus series from John’s Gospel looking at the closing section of chapter 6.
The next sermon in our series Encountering Jesus from John’s Gospel looking at Jesus call to be satisfied in him alone.
The next sermon in our series of Encountering Jesus from John’s Gospel keying in on the end of Chapter 6.
Exegesis of John 6.35-37
A look at two passages of scripture that define for us the kind of impact we should be having on the lives of others as citizens of a different Kingdom.
This was our sermon for Father’s Day 2020.
In our ongoing sermon series in John’s Gospel examining chapter 6 where we see the satisfaction that Jesus gives to his people when they come to him and believe him again and again.
The next sermon in our series through John’s Gospel keying in on chapter 6 to see what we look to Jesus for.
The next sermon in our Encountering Jesus series from John’s Gospel chapter 6 looking at the story of Jesus walking on water.
The next sermon in our Encountering Jesus series through John’s Gospel that looks at chapter 6 and what are we coming to Jesus for.
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.