Sermon Archive

Luke 17:20-21: The Kingdom of God is in your midst

In his book called Mere Christianity, in the chapter called hope, C.S. Lewis writes ‘Creatures are not born with desires unless satisfaction for those desires exists. A baby feels hungry: well, there is such a thing as food. A duckling wants to swim: well, there is such a thing as water. … If I find in myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probably explanation is that I was made for another world.’ We all long for a world of no pain, a world with no evil, a place where we can live...

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Easter Sunday: Revelation 5: The Resurrected Lamb

INTRODUCTION: Jesus Christ is risen from the dead!  But what is the significance of this?  Is it merely a miracle to prove Jesus is who He said He is? Is it only relevant to prove that our salvation is real, and that sins have been paid for?  It is all this and more.  Today I would like to talk about the resurrection of Christ as the beginning of the end.  It is because Christ is resurrected and ascended on high and taken the throne at the right hand of the Father that God’s plan to overcome satan and sin and...

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Revelation 1:7-8: The Second Coming of Christ

Introduction: How does God comfort His people when they are innocent and being persecuted and hunted to death? He reminds them of the final judgement when all enemies will be crushed all, debts will be paid in full, and the new creation will be brought to never be undone. All pain, injustice, sin, enemies, and all that harasses God’s people and diminishes God’s glory and reign will be gone. There are some very hard words coming in the book of Revelation that will require Christians to pay with their lives to be faithful witnesses. They will need their minds...

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