Sermon Archive

Dead Bodies & Gospel Grace

Numbers 9:1-11 — According to the Old Testament Law, contact with a dead body made a person ceremonially unclean. Those who were unclean were unable to participate in the sacrificial meal that was part of certain offerings. So what happened when two men who’d been in contact with a dead body wanted to participate in…

Rahab’s Conversion

Joshua 2:9-11 — “The LORD your God, he is God in heaven above, and in earth beneath…” The Children of Israel were on the verge of crossing over the Jordan River and possessing their Promised Land. As he stood on the banks of the Jordan, Joshua, the leader of the nation, knew that the first…

12 Men Went To Spy Out Canaan

Numbers 13 — The story of the 12 spies who were sent in the Canaan is one that many Christians have been hearing since their Sunday School years! In this sermon we hope to approach it with fresh eyes and take from it three simple truths for our Christian lives. When we look carefully we…

Joash

II Chronicles 34 — In this sermon we consider the rise and fall of the boy king Joash and we discover a story filled with importance for Christians today. It highlights the influence that Christians have in the lives of others. It illustrates the dangers of a shallow faith and outward conformity. It speaks of…

Longing For A Greater Feast

Various Texts — When Jesus sat down with His disciples to eat the Passover He did not share the cup with them. He said He “would not drink of the fruit of the vine, until the day when He drank it new with them in His Father’s kingdom.” Jesus was anticipating a far greater feast – a…

Lambs Among Wolves

Luke 10:1-12 — “Go your ways: behold, I send you forth as lambs among wolves…” There has been much discussion among evangelical Christians about religious freedom and freedom of speech. Many are concerned that we may no longer have the ability to proclaim the Christian message in the public square. Could we be entering a season…

Forbidden Fruit

Leviticus 19:23-25 — When the people of Israel planted fruit trees they were forbidden from eating the fruit for the first three seasons. In the fourth season all the fruit was to be dedicated to the LORD. It was only in the fifth season that the fruit could be eaten or taken to market. What…

Christ Our High Priest & Helper

Hebrews 2:16-18 — “Wherefore in all things it behoved him to be made like unto his brethren, that he might be a merciful and faithful high priest…” In these verses we are reminded of the true humanity of Jesus Christ – He was physical descendant of Abraham. We’re also introduced to His High Priestly ministry…