A Gentle and Lowly King - Evening Sermon
Matthew 11:25-30 paints a beautiful picture of Christ to a weary and burdened world. In these passages we see: 1) the Father revealing Himself to His creation, 2) the Son disclosing truths about the Father, and 3) the Son identifying himself as the Christ. With each revelation, we see a bigger, more glorious picture of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. In Him alone is rest, for His yoke is easy and His burden is light.
How Should We Then Live? - Evening Sermon
What we believe about God changes the way we live. In this sermon on Hebrews 10:19-25, we learn how ...
Nothing but the Blood of Jesus
In our fallen state, we are plagued by sin and guilt. Under the old covenant, priests offered regular sacrifices to ...
Seeing Him as He Is - Evening Sermon
In this study from 1 John 2:26-3:3, we can glean the ABCs of Christian living. First, we must ...