This is the first sermon in our Summer series through the book of Jonah. This sermon covers Jonah 1:1-16.
Old Testament Context: 1 Kings 11:11-13: 11 Therefore the Lord said to Solomon, “Since this has been your practice and you have not kept my covenant and my statutes that I […]
Even in the midst of suffering there is hope. God is faithful, and our hope is renewed when we remember Him.
Main idea: disciples make disciples! “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.” (v. 18) An allusion to Dan. 7:13-14. “Behold, with the clouds of […]
Main Point: Through His resurrection and ascension, Jesus is with us always (through His Holy Spirit) I. The historicity of Jesus’ resurrection (Matt. 27:57 – 28:7) II. The implications of […]
Main Point: Jesus died for us! a. Jesus died for us who are deserving of death (Matt. 26:57-68) a. The wages of sin is death (Rom. 6:23) b. The court’s […]
Main Point: Jesus’ faithfulness saves faithless people! I. Our faithlessness II. Jesus’ faithfulness a. To His Father’s People (vv. 36-46) b. To His Father’s Word (vv. 47-56) 25 I will […]
Main Idea: Jesus is the True and Better Passover! I. The Old Testament Origins of the Passover (Exodus 12:1-20; Deut. 16:6) II. The New Testament’s True and Better Passover, Jesus […]
Orthodox/correct doctrine and kind/compassionate practices aren’t on opposites ends of the spectrum. In fact, the two are inseparably linked – because: How we value people’s physical/social needs corresponds to how […]
I. Jesus is in Charge II. We aren’t Jesus There are Only 4 Things Jesus Universally Calls Us to Do 1. Worship Jesus (Matt. 6:33) 2. Commit to Jesus’ Church […]