Sermons on Faith
The Gospel of John — Week 17 | John 4:46-54
Colossians — Week 7. Colossians 1:3-4.
Saving faith is the key that unlocks the door to eternal life. What is saving faith?… Six things saving faith is not… Five things saving faith is… The Gospel in four words… And much more!
Growing in Faith: Discover why you need faith… 5 things faith is not… The definition of faith… 3 applications of faith… 5 things that grow your faith. Resources: Sermon Manuscript Discussion Guide
A warning is something that we give to the people we love to protect them from danger. This sermon looks at a verse in which Jesus gives us two warnings. He said, “Watch out! Beware!” When the all-knowing, all-loving Savior warns us twice in one sentence, we better listen.
Discover whether or not you can know for sure… Why people doubt their salvation… 3 false beliefs that prevent assurance… How to know for sure that you are saved… How to test the authenticity of your salvation… And much more!
Discover what it truly means to love God, and how to do it in your daily life.
Discover two reasons prayer is important… 4 reasons for unanswered prayer… Why God values persistent prayer… And much more!
One thing that Christians and non-Christians have in common is adversity. We all face impossible situations, tasks, challenges, and responsibilities at times. But the way we respond is different — much different. Listen to discover why God allows Christians to go through impossible situations, and six ways we need to respond so that God can get the most good out of our struggles.
Five signs to help you tell if money is blocking you from God’s plan, and some steps to overcome the obstacle of money. Remember. God owns it all. We just have to learn how to be faithful stewards of His resources.
Ideas have consequences, and if you believe the wrong thing about God, it will lead to wrong behavior. Many Christians hold a belief about salvation that is harmful to their relationship with God and with other people. This belief is called Unconditional Election, and it is part of a larger system of theology called Calvinism. This Sunday discover the meaning of Unconditional Election… The Five Points of Calvinism… The difference between Calvinism and Arminianism… The danger of Unconditional Election… Does…
Jesus wants you to have peace — the feeling of inner-comfort, even when life is hard and the future is uncertain. But that is easier said than done. Most of us have experienced intense fear, worry, and anxiety when facing storms. But it doesn’t have to be that way. This sermon takes an in-depth look at the story of Jesus calming the storm, and we will discover how to have peace in the storms of life.