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Repentance: Gotcha or Godly?

In 2 Cor. 7:8-11, Paul shows us two kinds of sorrow. The sorrow of the world is one kind. This may be what one experiences when they get caught or exposed in wrongdoing. The other kind of sorrow is better: it's godly sorrow. This sorrow cares more about God than self and leads to the kind of change God requires men to make to please him: Repentance.

By |2018-08-16T20:01:51-05:00August 12th, 2018|2 Corinthians, His Word Sermon Series|

Understanding Romans 14

Ever heard someone say "That's a Romans 14 issue?" What did they mean? Unfortunately, sometimes Romans 14 is misused to sweep doctrinal disagreements under the rug in order to promote unity in diversity. Is this how God wants us to use Romans 14? In this lesson we discuss what Romans 14 means and show some ways it's often misused.

By |2018-07-12T21:06:25-05:00July 8th, 2018|His Word Sermon Series, Romans|

What Makes God Mad?

Some people have a view of God that believes he could never be mad. Yet, in both the Old Testament and the New there are many passages which detail the anger and wrath of God upon sinners. God never gets mad without a cause and he never is unjust in his anger. Romans 1:18-32 documents a number of things that reveal the wrath of God from heaven. We should carefully consider these things and if we are practicing them we should immediately repent.

By |2018-06-21T19:11:41-05:00June 17th, 2018|His Word Sermon Series, Romans|

Paul’s Sermon on Change

After Paul was converted to Christ, he was really a changed man! In Acts 22, a few years later, Paul speaks to a group of angry Jews and what he said on that occasion might be called his sermon on change. He explains who he used to be, what happened when he came to Christ and what God wanted him to do afterward. In his message from so long ago, there are lessons for us to learn today.

By |2018-06-14T18:36:55-05:00June 10th, 2018|Acts, His Word Sermon Series|

How to Share Jesus in Our Culture

Acts 17 is the well know discourse to the Athenians about "the Unknown God." The theological points in this sermon are so powerful, but this lesson's main emphasis is to see how Paul used cultural awareness to share Jesus on that occasion. Since our culture is very similar to the one in first century Athens, we should really pay attention and incorporate this knowledge into our outreach today.

By |2018-06-05T18:13:46-05:00June 3rd, 2018|Acts, His Word Sermon Series|
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