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2017

  • Living for a Sovereign, Not Selfish King – Genesis 26:6-16 • 18 June 2017 • Rev. David R. Kelly
  • Faith in Famine – Genesis 26:1-6 • 28 May 2017 • Rev. David R. Kelly
  • Jacob & Esau – Genesis 25:24-34 • 21 May 2017 • Rev. Richard L. Burguet
  • The Lord Answered His Prayer – Genesis 25:19-26 • 14 May 2017 • Rev. David R. Kelly
  • Faith That Finishes – 2 Peter 3:17-18 • 7 May 2017 • Rev. Richard L. Burguet
  • What to do While Waiting – 2 Peter 3:10-16 • 30 April 2017 • Rev. Richard L. Burguet
  • Jesus Came Once – 2 Peter 3:1-9 • 23 April 2017 • Rev. Richard L. Burguet
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  • Burning Hearts Inside Us – Luke 24:13-35 • 16 Apr 2017 • Cleopas and Mary were in deep despair after Christ’s death. Christ knew they did not understand His death. He rebuked them for their disbelief, explained all the Scriptures concerning himself, and finally revealed himself as the resurrected Savior.
  • The King is Coming – Matthew 21:12-17 • 9 Apr 2017 • Jesus declares his kingship in this passage in four ways: by riding on a donkey, by cleansing the temple, by healing the blind and lame, and by His response to children. Jesus came the first time to forgive, and He is coming again, as the King over all kings!
  • The Conspiracy – Mark 15:1 • 2 Apr 2017 • The Jews brought Jesus to trial, but in the end it was the Gentiles who killed Him. This shows that the whole human race is implicated in the death of Christ and the conspiracy against the Son of God. God Himself was in on the conspiracy. God is sovereign and it was his plan for sinners to be forgiven and receive eternal life through His death.
  • Balaam’s Rebuke – 2 Peter 2:10-22 • 19 Mar 2017 • 2 Peter 2 was written to help us confirm our calling and election by warning us not to deny the Master who bought us and by strengthening us to resist the temptations of spiritual pride and self-sufficiency etc… Not all medicine tastes good. But God, the great physician, knows our need.
  • Deceived – 2 Peter 2:1-3 • 26 Feb 2017 • The supreme sacrilege of false teachers is that they deny the sovereign lordship of Jesus Christ. There are heresies that deny the virgin birth, or deity of Christ, or his resurrection….but the supreme and unthinkable heresy is to say no to His sovereign lordship. They will not submit their lives to His rule and it will bring them damnation.
  • The Sure Word – 2 Peter 1:19-21 • 19 Feb 2017 • The authority of Scripture must rule our lives and we must let Scripture speak to Scripture. Pursue God’s Word with diligence, humility, and reliance on the Holy Spirit to teach us God’s meaning, not man’s.
  • God’s Leading Light – 2 Peter 1:16-19 • 12 Feb 2017 • This book is Peter’s legacy. Peter talks about knowledge at least 5 times. Full blooded Christianity does not flourish in ignorance but knowledge. We have to grow in our knowledge. Sects, Cults grow in ignorance. The Christian church flourishes in knowledge. What always follows the growth of knowledge in God’s Word; MISSIONS!
  • Leaving a Legacy That Matters – 2 Peter 1:12-15 • 5 Feb 2017 • This book is Peter’s legacy. He tells us why he is saying what he is saying and why he is writing it down. He wanted to remind us of the greatness of salvation and the blessedness of assurance and to make sure that false teachers and false doctrine didn’t steal any of that away.
  • Don’t Float – Swim Hard! – 2 Peter 1:5-11 • 29 Jan 2017 • Christians who just float never stay in the same place. If we do not apply ourselves with diligence to bear the fruit of faith, we will drift into great peril. The evidence that God’s   power has been given to us by faith is that we are making every effort to advance in the qualities of Christ.
  • Nice People or New Man? – 2 Peter 1:3-11 • 22 Jan 2017 • Christianity is not about making nice people nicer. It is the gospel changing lives through Christ’s power. Growth in grace is possible, necessary, gradual and observable.
  • Aspirations for a Hero – 2 Peter 1:1-2 • 15 Jan 2017 • We can identify with Peter because just like us, he fell, he stood, and finally he finished well. Peter denied Christ 3 times so he knows we would struggle too. Peter wants his readers to attain spiritual stability and be strengthened by our   relationship with Jesus.

2016

  • What Child is This? – Matthew 1:18-25 • 18 Dec 2016 • This portion of Matthew offers a picture of faith, but more than that it is an account of the acts of the triune God. The Father’s plan of redemption had begun its climactic phase: The Spirit fashioned life in the womb of Mary and   finally, the eternal Son had entered the world of humanity.
  • The Christmas Journey – Luke 2:1-7 • 11 Dec 2016 • What does the crude and unwelcome poverty of Jesus’ birth tell us about the way of salvation? It shows us the depravity of our sin; how unwelcome Jesus is to us until God reveals him to us as our Savior. It also shows us the humanity of Jesus. The God of the universe was born as a baby, taking on all the limitations of our physical existence.
  • The Visitation – Luke 1:39-56 • 4 Dec 2016 • Mary modeled faith for the church. She modeled a saving faith is belief plus trust that issues in a proper calmness of heart and mind, leading to total dependence on Christ and then flaming into activity and producing a life of service.
  • Gabriel’s Approach – Luke 1:26-38 • 27 Nov 2016 • In this passage we learn of Gabriel’s appearance to Mary, his message to her, and her reaction and response. Mary is a model of belief and discipleship.
  • Why we can Rejoice in Suffering – 1 Peter 4:12-19 • 20 Nov 2016 • As Christians we can expect and even rejoice in suffering. If you are being persecuted for Christ, it is evidence you belong go Him.  Rejoice, keep on rejoicing, and commit yourself to God.
  • The End is Near – 1 Peter 4:7-11 • 13 Nov 2016 • Jesus Christ is reigning and He will return one day. While we wait, Peter tells us to be sober-minded and self-controlled, show sincere love and hospitality, and to serve one another.
  • Suffer – 1 Peter 4:1-6 • 6 Nov 2016 • Last week we looked at the beginning of chapter 4 and how we really have two ways to live, either for Christ or against Him. We are challenged to arm ourselves with the mind of Christ, which is only possible because Jesus Christ himself took on flesh and suffered for us so he might do the will of God. Because Christ has loved us so, we are able to let go of earthly passions and be forgiven when we don’t, in order to live by and for the Gospel.
  • Strengthened to Suffer: Christ, Noah, and Baptism – 1 Peter 3:18-22 • 30 Oct 2016 • We heard last week about 5 ways Peter prepares us for suffering . 1)Remember that Christ suffered 2)Christ has triumphed and brought us safe to God. 3)Remember the days of Noah. 4) Know the meaning of Baptism 5) Look for Christ as God’s right hand, ruling over all. Remember Jesus reigns at God’s right hand and you are under him. You can do nothing without his permission. Stand firm believers. Stand firm in this faith.
  • Keep Calm and Be Zealous – 1 Peter 3:13-17 • 23 Oct 2016 • By reverencing and honoring Christ in your hearts, you will always be ready to make a case for the hope that is within you. How do you reverence and honor Christ? Keep yourself content in the promises of God and spend time in His word feeding your soul.
  • Reconcilable Differences – 1 Peter 3:8-12 • 9 Oct 2016 • Peter has named five characteristics of the life that brings blessing: like-mindedness, sympathy, brotherly love, compassion, and humility. These are virtues that like the fingers on a hand, radiate from on center and work together. That center is grace: they reflect the grace, love, and compassion of Jesus Christ.
  • Amelia Bedilia and the Daughters of Sarah – 1 Peter 3:1-7 • 2 Oct 2016 • In our marriages, we should demonstrate the love of Jesus that is revealed in the Scriptures and be considerate and understanding. Wives, do you consider your heart in your adornment, not just your external person? Husbands, do you live with your wife in an understanding way as equal partners and partakers of glory?
  • Be Prepared for Motion Sickness – 1 Peter 2:21-25 • 25 Sep 2016 • As Christians we will suffer and face difficulties, persecution and hardship. How do you deal with this “motion sickness?” Fix your eyes on the   reality of Christ. He has called us to suffer because He has suffered for us. We follow Christ in the manner in which He endured suffering.
  • Gracious Submission – 1 Peter 2:18-21 • 18 Sep 2016 • This passage tells us to be in subjection to those in authority over us in the workplace. Peter tells us to do this whether the boss is kind and gentle or harsh. Why? One purpose is so that the “master” might come to the point of knowing the Lord as their Savior.
  • Gracious Living II – 1 Peter 2:13-17 • 11 Sep 2016 • Authority proceeds from the Trinitarian God of the Bible.  There is submission in the Trinity and God intends for us to live in submission to authority also.  In this passage, Peter talks about submission to every human institution and particularly about submission in government.
  • Gracious Living – 1 Peter 2:11-12 • 4 Sep 2016 • We are to live counter-cultural lives.  This means we do it all differently.  We deliberately and consciously filter all of life by this single principle: Will this glorify God?
  • A Spiritual House – 1 Peter 2:4-10 • 28 Aug 2016 • Architecture has struggled to mitigate the effects of the fall. But the city is a poor substitute for the Garden of Eden. Architecture performs, at best, the role of a fig-leaf, covering humanity’s exposure. In the end, it is, perhaps, not so much a cure as it is an expression of humanity’s homesickness.
  • The Blood Jesus – 1 Peter 1:19-21 • 14 Aug 2016 • What does Spiritual growth look like? Are you heaping up a pile of bricks, doing good works just to add a brick to the pile, or are you living with the internal reality that it is something gradual, like a Tulip growing organically from a seed to a flower?
  • Lamb of God – 1 Peter 1:17-21 • 7 Aug 2016 • Non-conformity is a result of imitating God’s character. Non-conformity takes seriously the knowledge of God’s coming judgment. Our understanding of the sacrifice of Christ as the Lamb leads to non-conformity.
  • HOPE – 1 Peter 1:13-16 • 17 Jul 2016 • Hope is always ready. To set your hope is to believe the gospel. It is our response to God’s work. Hope is also holy. We are set apart by God and for God and are wholly obedient to Him.
  • Suffering Now… Glories to Follow – 1 Peter 1:10-12 • 10 Jul 2016 • The Christ of glory is the Christ of the gospel. He suffered first, then entered into His glory. So must we. Being a Christian doesn’t mean you are exempt from suffering, but that now you have something that enables you to rise above it.
  • Splendor in the Furnace – 1 Peter 1:6-9 • 3 Jul 2016 • A primary purpose of trials in the Christian’s life is so that your faith may be proved genuine. “…so that the tested genuineness of your faith—more precious than gold that perishes though it is tested by fire—may be found to result in praise and glory and honor at the revelation of Jesus Christ.”
  • Forging Links into the Chain – 1 Peter 1:3-9 • 19 Jun 2016 • As exiles in a pagan society we should be driven to love God and worship God knowing that we are protected by the power of God through faith. We are able to step out in faith trusting that God   himself has salvation secured. We are secure by believing in God and His almighty power.
  • Have You Lost The Wonder? – 1 Peter 1:3-5 • 12 Jun 2016 • I was dead in trespasses and sins, blind to spiritual things and in utter spiritual darkness. I was self-willed, had no repentance in my heart and no faith. BUT blessed be to God—and God alone—all praise and glory to His name, who by His great mercy caused me to be born again!
  • A Dispatch to the Aliens 2 – 1 Peter 1:1-2 • 29 May 2016 • We are foreknown and chosen by God the Father. We are the objects of his love and concern from all eternity. Our relationship with Him was planned/determined before the foundation of the world! These ideas should be the deepest comfort in times of struggle and persecution.
  • A Dispatch to the Aliens – 1 Peter 1:1-2 • 22 May 2016 • 1 Peter was written during a time of intense     persecution of Christians and his audience is to the “elect exiles of the Dispersion.” His purpose is to give encouragement and hope to the believers: our hope is anchored not in this world, but to our heavenly home.
  • The Parable of the Net – Matthew 13:47-52 • 15 May 2016 • The time is coming when He will make a separation…between those who know the King and are subjects of the king, and know the Lord Jesus Christ and those who don’t. “So it will be at the end of the age. The angels will come out and separate the evil from the righteous.” Matthew 13:49
  • Treasures – Matthew 13:44 • 8 May 2016 • The glory and treasure of the gospel is this: we do not do a thing to lay hold of it. Jesus does all that is necessary. We receive his rule and blessings by grace alone, through faith alone. The treasure of the kingdom is the gospel of the kingdom— and the gospel is that Jesus Christ is the substitute for sinners.
  • Good Seed – Matthew 13:24-30 • 1 May 2016 • So Jesus says, “For a minute, stop thinking about the revolution you’re thinking about. For a minute, imagine a world without sorrow, hatred, or grief.  Imagine a world without poverty, sickness, or injustice.  Imagine a world without racial strife or loneliness. Imagine a world like that.  That’s what I’m here to bring. ” What Jesus is bringing (and has brought) is much better than what they or you or I could even imagine!
  • Little Ones to Him Belong – Matthew 19:13-15 • 10 Apr 2016 • Jesus says, “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” Jesus loves children. He creates each one, has sympathy and tender affection for them. This is a principle of ministry God has used in His church. A church should love and nurture its children.
  • O to Grace How Great a Debtor – Matthew 18:21:35 • 3 Apr 2016 • Peter asks Jesus, “Lord, how often will my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? As many as seven times?” Jesus answers Peter’s question with a parable. The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant.
  • Cut to the Heart – Acts 2:22-41 • 27 Mar 2016 • A Christian is someone that has been “cut to the heart” by the Spirit of God. The Spirit convicts you of the truth and death of Christ. The Spirit gets you to think seriously about Jesus and it cuts you all the way to the heart – to the core.
  • The King’s Reception – Matthew 22:1-14 • 20 Mar 2016 • The wedding banquet is prepared. The guests are invited. Are you prepared to join the feast with the all-important, appropriate wedding clothes?
  • Parable of the Soil – Matthew 13 • 6 Mar 2016 • A parable is a real life story from which spiritual truths are drawn. What is your heart like?  The path, the rocky field, the thorny field or the good soil. What will you do with the true Word of God?
  • What the Road to Hell is Paved With – Isaiah 66:15-24 • 28 Feb 2016 • The outcome of your rejection of God will be God’s eternal rejection of you, because rejecting His free salvation is rejecting Christ. All you have to do to go to hell is stay upon your present course of self-salvation. Hell receives those who imagine themselves good; Jesus receives those who know themselves to be sinners.
  • Lady Zion – Isaiah 66:7-14 • 21 Feb 2016 • Identify with your church. Let your loyalty be obvious through thick and thin. Why? Your life depends upon it. It is Lady Zion’s children who will drink deeply with delight from her glorious abundance forever.
  • Worship: The Missing Jewel – Isaiah 66:1-6 • 14 Feb 2016 • True worship is listening to God’s Word with a longing to hear, a desire to believe, and an intention to obey. What God looks upon with favor in worship is simple: a humble heart, trembling at his Word.
  • The New Earth – Isaiah 65:17-25 • 31 Jan 2016 • Just as the Israelites were exiles in a foreign land, we too are exiles on this earth. We are created for heaven – a world that is without sin and where God is the center of everything.
  • Search and Find – Isaiah 65:1-6 • 24 Jan 2016 • Isaiah 65 tells us that God is saying to us I am here, here am I. He longs to be in relationship with us. God does not wait for us to pursue Him. So we need to enter into an authentic relationship with God and not stiff arm him like Israel.  Delight in being a servant of God and embrace the things that delight Him.
  • Praying for Reformation – Isaiah 64 • 17 Jan 2016 • God is angry at sin. Even our righteousness is like a polluted garment. Until you understand the anger of God at our sin, you can’t understand the depth of our salvation. We should long for the Father to work in us like a potter works his clay.
  • Praying for Revival – Isaiah 64 • 10 Jan 2016 • In this passage God is teaching us how to pray. We are to pray first for God’s Kingdom to advance. We should long for His love, His presence, and His touch as well as lament over our sins. And finally, we are to appeal to God to work His will.
  • The Grace Effect – Isaiah 63:7-14 • 3 Jan 2016 • Recalling what God has done for us: His electing love, adopted as sons through his covenant formula, He sympathizes, He is present with us, He intervenes for our good and He disciplines those He loves. He has done everything for us and welcomes us back even after our rebellion.

2015

  • The Warrior of Heaven – Isaiah 63 • 27 Dec 2015 • God’s complexity is our hope, in that His Word reassures us and His openness welcomes us. We see God’s future promise in Isaiah 62:8 and His disturbing vision of the victorious warrior King in 63:1-6, and in 63:7-14 we see His past record of being a loving God to a backward people, His goodness carrying us and His Spirit keeping us.
  • Your New Name – Isaiah 62 • 20 Dec 2015 • God’s work is going to be accomplished. God proving how he loves us broken sinners by pouring out grace on us through His Son Jesus Christ. God gives us a new name, Hephzibah, “my delight is in her.” God says if you are in Christ He delights in you. We broken sinners have been restored for Zion’s sake.
  • Beauty for Ashes – Isaiah 61 • 13 Dec 2015 • Jesus stood up in the synagogue and read from Isaiah 61. He read to the middle of the sentence and then closed the book at the comma. Why?   Because this whole era of history in which we live is in that comma.
  • Future Glory – Isaiah 60 • 6 Dec 2015 • In this passage Isaiah is getting a glimpse of the new heaven and new earth. Our future in glory will be a material one. God created us to be involved in a cultural world. He created us for work, relationships and to enjoy beauty, art, music, writing etc. Our future will be worshiping God and doing His work!
  • We Grope the Wall like the Blind – Isaiah 59 • 22 Nov 2015 • God is the divine warrior who is displeased with injustice in this world. Putting on a breast-plate of righteousness and a helmet of salvation, he goes out to ‘repay wrath to his enemies and retribution to his foes.’ The Christian’s duty is to go into battle against Christ’s enemies with the whole armor of God. His enemies are our enemies.
  • Artificial Righteousness – Isaiah 58:1-14 • 15 Nov 2015 • We are here to be a people to build a church where God has placed us; we’re here to build a worshiping community for all people through the gospel that brings personal conversion, small group fellowships, social justice where it is failing, and cultural reformation to our community here in Central Florida.
  • Comfort for the Contrite – Isaiah 57:14:21 • 1 Nov 2015 • Suffering will make you more selfish or more humble. If you are suffering, you are at a fork in the road. You can get angry or you can realize you were never in control – God is. You can humble yourself and know that God must be the very center of your life and He is all you need.
  • Blind Watchmen – Isaiah 56:9-57:21 • 25 Oct 2015 • This passage shows a picture of bad leadership. Israel’s leaders were watchmen for the people but they were blind, dumb, and lazy. It also gives words of judgement on the people because they were worshiping out of ritual and not a transformed heart.   Don’t practice your faith to satisfy your desires, but instead the key is self-surrender.
  • An Everlasting Name – Isaiah 56 • 18 Oct 2015 • This whole passage is about being a people, a community. This is a community that is living in light of the future, ultimate salvation, that final new heavens and new earth. We are to be a community that is a foretaste, a sign, a mini-version of that perfect human community of peace and love and justice that God is finally going to reconstitute totally and fully, the whole earth, at the end of time.
  • My Word Shall Succeed – Isaiah 55:6-13 • 11 Oct 2015 • Man in his sin is separated from God. The bridge that spans the gulch is the Word of God. God’s word is like the rain that waters the dry ground—it shall not return empty. It will always accomplish His purpose and it will succeed!
  • The Great Invitation – Isaiah 55 • 4 Oct 2015 • Three questions about Isaiah 55:1-3:       1. Who are the invited? 2. What are they offered? 3. What do we do to get the benefits? Listen to this week’s sermon to find the answers!
  • Enlarging our Tent  – Isaiah 54 • 27 Sep 2015 • Isaiah 54 is a love song from God to Zion, His estranged bride, telling her all the things He will do in restoring her. God is faithful to His promise to restore us to Himself through Christ.
  • Our Substitute  – Isaiah 52:13-53:12 • 20 Sep 2015 • The entire cause of Jesus’ suffering lies in substitution and satisfaction. Jesus shifts our blame to Himself, bears our sin, takes our punishment and guilt. He satisfies the justice of God which demands that sin be punished.
  • Why do we have Ears on the Outside of Our Heads  – Isaiah 51 • 13 Sep 2015 • God calls his people to listen. The one who hears the Lord listens obediently to the Lord’s servant. Take time to look back and see how God has been faithful, how He has worked and delivered as we listen to Him.
  • The Weary are Sustained by God  – Isaiah 49-50 • 30 Aug 2015 • When you are struggling, God answers with a picture of Jesus and points us to His love. We are to wait in Him knowing it is God who sustains us through all situations.
  • Not With Swords Loud Clashing – Isaiah 49 • 23 Aug 2015 • How does God respond to His people when they cry out to Him? He stops and listens to them and points them back to Himself to look at what He has done— “I have engraved you on the palms of my hands.”
  • Appearances May Be Deceiving – Isaiah 48 • 16 Aug 2015 • In all the turbulence of life, God is teaching us and leading us forward. Even in our unwelcome experiences, Christ is present. Remember that God disciplines his children and that his discipline is a sign that we are His.
  • Nebo, Bel and the gods of Our Age – Isaiah 46-47 • 9 Aug 2015 • If you define yourself by idols, they’ll make you as artificial as they are. But there is a real Savior. God has real remedies for your real needs. At the point where you are most weary, he wants to bear your burden for you by his strong grace.
  • Shout it from the Rooftops – Isaiah 45 • 2 Aug 2015 • When everything around you seems to be falling apart, the picture of God’s sovereignty is an incredible encouragement. Questions of sincere faith during difficult times: What is your purpose in this? How do I grow in this? What is it that will bring you glory here?
  • American Idols – Isaiah 44 • 26 Jul 2015 • Idolatry dishonors God, misleads man, and God abhors our idols! Instead we need a heart that is thirsty for God. The way to see revival and get rid of our idols is by genuine repentance. In verses 21 and 22 Isaiah tells us to remember and return.
  • God’s Way to Reformation – Isaiah 43 • 19 Jul 2015 • Are you suffering from Spiritual Sensory Disability? Have you lost your hearing, sight and the ability to respond to God’s leading? Spiritual Sensory Disability leads to disobedience in missions, but God’s grace is sufficient. You are redeemed, and your trials will not overcome you!
  • Behold My Servant – Isaiah 42 • 12 Jul 2015 • This passage is looking forward about 200 years to the coming of the Messiah. It reveals Jesus as God’s servant (fully man) who has the Spirit of God upon him. We see the Spirit in Him throughout His life on earth and in His character – Quietness, Gentleness, Faithfulness, and Strength.
  • The Case for the Prosecution – Isaiah 41:1-20 • 5 Jul 2015 • In this passage we see reassurance for the believer in 4 Biblical truths: 1) the Doctrine of Election, 2) The presence of God, 3) The Power of God, and 4) God is our Redeemer.
  • Strength Like an Eagle – Isaiah 40:27-31 • 28 Jun 2015 • God is everlasting, trustworthy and knows all about us. We can wait on Him with patience and strength knowing He is working His purposes in our lives, our nation and the world!
  • Behold Your God! – Isaiah 40:12-31 • 21 Jun 2015 • God’s power lies behind the most trivial of things, like a sparrow that falls or the growth of a Lilly. If God can remove mountains and command the sun to stop shining, he can take care of all your needs, however small.
  • God’s Glory, Our Comfort – Isaiah 40 • 14 Jun 2015 • In this passage we see God’s goodness, tenderness and power. He prepared the way for the Savior. We don’t receive the full punishment for our sin because Jesus took it upon Himself in our place.
  • Grace for Real People – Isaiah 38 • 7 Jun 2015 • There is always a reason for the existence of sorrow, pain and suffering. Both King Hezekiah and Paul prayed over their afflictions and God answered them. They both knew God’s answer was best for them according to His sovereign will. 
  • Desperate Faith – Isaiah 37:8 • 31 May 2015 • God is not a means to an end, but the worthy end of all things. When you pray, don’t just pray your human agenda, but pray that God would be made known and be glorified through your struggles. God’s sovereign purpose is good news for you. 
  • Living on the Cutting Edge – Isaiah 36:1-37:7 • 24 May 2015 • In whom do you now trust? This is the key question from this passage. God wants us to trust Him with a daring faith. A faith that calls us to a radical kind of obedience. Ask God, “What step of obedience do You want me to take right now, in this circumstance?”
  • Grace in Unexpected Places – Isaiah 34-35 • 17 May 2015 • God’s judgment on creation is scheduled. Outside of Christ there is no peace. But there is salvation for those who are His. We must understand God’s judgment in order to realize our need of a Savior. 
  • Repenting of our Repentance – Isaiah 33 • 3 May 2015 • Isaiah 33 shows us we need to quit trying to rescue ourselves, but instead we should pour out our troubles and fears to the Lord, remind ourselves of His promises and power, repent of our false repentance and live a life that is holy and set apart for Him.
  • An Offer of Restoration – Isaiah 31-32 • 19 Apr 2015 • Isaiah tells us “You don’t need to run off to any Egypt. God will save you.” He is our protection, provider, shelter and rock. Our part is to be open to the Spirit. The lordship of Christ and the outpouring of the Spirit are the secret power of God’s people, and nothing else is!
  • Why Roll the Stone? – John 20:1-31 • 5 Apr 2015 • The stone wasn’t rolled away to convince skeptics or so Mary could see inside. It was rolled away so that you might believe, the faith of the faithless be secured, and the faithful sent out to spread the good news of the gospel.
  • A Shelter in the Time of Storm – Isaiah 30:18-32:20 • 22 Mar 2015 • If the Lord is not your “One Thing” then the thing that is your “One Thing” will become your Lord. Cast off your idols like a soiled garment. God’s greatest gift to us in our affliction is Himself – His presence and immediacy.  The Lord should be your “One Thing.”
  • Battling the Unbelief of Impatience – Isaiah 30 • 15 Mar 2015 • Battle the unbelief of impatience by using the promises of God to persuade your heart that God’s timing, guidance and sovereignty are going to take this situation and make something eternally valuable out of it.
  • God’s Power on God’s Terms – Isaiah 29 • 8 Mar 2015 • We are encouraged in this chapter to pursue authentic worship not pious blasphemy. We should worship from the heart but remember the sovereignty of God and even Israel’s unbelief didn’t neutralize God’s power nor can our American atheistic ideas limit Him.
  • Developing Ears to Hear  – Isaiah 28 • 1 Mar 2015 • In Isaiah 28, the prophet used historical examples to demonstrate the disastrous results of self reliance.  We should trust God to provide everything we need, big and small. Do we put our trust in God, or do we search for security in our bank account, government, etc.?
  • The Future Glory of the Church  – Isaiah 27 • 15 Feb 2015 • God restores, transforms and disciplines His people. He leads us from judgment to something far greater – Salvation from the ultimate destruction. Isaiah 27 is an encouragement to the saved and a warning to those who are not.
  • God Reigns Over the Nations – Isaiah 25-27 • 8 Feb 2015 • The remnant are called to sing praise to God for what He has done. He is faithful to the plan made long ago, He helps the helpless.
  • The Merciful Winds of Judgment – Isaiah 24  • 1 Feb 2015 • The judgment is universal, cataclysmic, and affects all classes of people. Its cause is sin. But following the judgment, there is a remnant restored. 
  • The Valley of Vision – Isaiah 21-23 • 25 Jan 2015 • God is able to bring redemption in our corruption. He wants to re-create our lives out of the secret corruption we try to keep concealed! Jesus is able to redeem our prostituted hearts to be useful in God’s kingdom. We can and should be engaged in culture – redeeming it – not withdrawing from it or subordinating to it. We should be salt and light to a fallen world!
  • God is in Control – Isaiah 13:1-20:6 • 18 Jan 2015 • We can see 3 primary truths in this passage: 1. God is opposed to the proud. 2. God reigns in unchallenged sovereignty. 3. Look to Jesus. God is sovereign and involved in all of history. He has the final word and all of life is fulfilling God’s purpose.
  • The Origin of Evil – Isaiah 13-14 • 11 Jan 2015 • There is hope in the midst of evil. What was a judgment on the Babylonians was also a blessing of deliverance for God’s people. He uses evil to purify, build and strengthen His church.

 

2014

  • Stumbling Over Christ – Romans 9:25-10:4 • 05 Jan 2014 • (46:14) • Israel “stumbled over the stumbling stone (Christ).” The Gentiles who did not pursue righteousness attained it while the Jews did not. Why?
  • True Confessions – Romans 10:5-13 • 12 Jan 2014 • (52:07) • It’s just not that hard! Christ is near you – right in front of you. If you confess and believe and your heart is changed your life will reflect those changes.
  • Four Questions and A Statement – Romans 10:14-21 • 19 Jan 2014 • (45:29) • The good news of the gospel is spread by the feet of the messenger. Not only is it the job of the pastor and evangelist, but it is every Christian’s job to spread the goog news.
  • Revive the Remnant – Romans 11:1-10 • 26 Jan 2014 • (48:11) • Has God given up on Israel? No. God’s purpose toward the Jewish Nation has not failed! All whom God has elected to salvation will be saved.
  • The Kindness and Severity of God – Romans 11:11-24 • 02 Feb 2014 • (54:56) • What is the place of the fear of God? The fear of God’s severity should send us to God’s kindness. It keeps the joy of our faith in God’s kindness from being trivial. It is a kind of sweetness in faith itself.
  • From Theology to Doxology – Romans 11:25-36 • 09 Feb 2014 • (39:33) • When you contemplate what God has done (theology), our only response should be worship (doxology). Paul identifies the proper response of our hearts to God’s sovereign work – joy, adoration, and worship!
  • Living Sacrifices – Romans 12:1 • 16 Feb 2014 • (43:37) • At this point in Romans the theme shifts.  In response to all God has done, we ought to bring a thank offering to God – our bodies – a living sacrifice to Him.  A life lived pleasing to Him.  This is reasonable, logical, right and proper!
  • A New Way of Thinking – Romans 12:2 • 23 Feb 2014 • Do not let the age in which you live force you into its way of thinking and behaving.  How?  By renewing your mind.  This is an internal process accomplished through thinking about and studying God’s word.  Then you may discern God’s will and what is good, acceptable and pleasing to Him.
  • Discerning God’s Will – Romans 12:3-8 • 2 Mar 2014 • This passage is all about discernment.  As Christians we should discern rightly about  ourselves  (vs 3), our fellow believers (vs. 4-5) and our gifts (vs. 6-8).  Spiritual discernment is a mark of maturity.
  • God’s Gifts to Christ’s Body – Romans 12:6-8 • 9 Mar 2014 • Every believer has gifts of grace given to them by God.  We, as believers, are interconnected and dependent on each other and therefore we should be using our gifts to serve the body of Christ.  Here, Pastor Burguet takes a look at each gift mentioned in this passage of Scripture.
  • A Love That Lasts – Romans 12:9-15 • 16 Mar 2014 • The mercies of God should drive the imperatives of Romans 12.  In other words, the application of Romans 12 should be motivated by His mercy that has been poured out for us.  Can others see that it is by the mercies of God that you live and function?  That it is His mercy that holds us together?
  • Doing the Supremely Radical Even Though it is Supremely Unnatural – Romans 12:16-21 • 23 Mar 2014 • As Christians we will be persecuted.  But no matter what, we are not to repay evil for evil or avenge ourselves, but as much as we are able, to live peaceably with all men.  We are to do what is radical and unnatural in the eyes of the world.
  • Jesus Christ Overcame Evil with Good – Romans 12:20-21 • 13 Apr 2014 • How do you respond to evil?  How do you keep your enemies’ hostility from overtaking you?  Jesus was willing to be wronged in the worst kind of ways so that we might be redeemed.  We should be like Christ and be willing to be wronged for His sake.
  • All Things Subject to the Risen Christ – Philippians 3:20-21 • 20 Apr 2014 • Do you marvel at the power of the Risen Christ and all that He has done and will do for you through His power? Have you bowed the knee of submission to the King of the universe?
  • Heaven’s Citizens and Human Governments – Romans 13:1-7 • 27 Apr 2014 • Paul begins with God’s sovereignty. God is sovereign over all human government. We must submit to governing authority, but we also have a responsibility to tell the truth and not to withdraw from civil affairs.
  • The Power of the Sword – Romans 13:3-4 • 4 May 2014 • Why is there government? What is the power of the sword? Pastor Burguet uses the first few verses in Romans 13 to Biblically answer these questions with truth and love.
  • The Law of Love – Romans 13:8-10 • 18 May 2014 • When Christ is your focus, love will be the fruit. Love is the motivation for obedience. Love is rooted in the heart before it is outward. Unless our actions are rooted in love, they are meaningless.
  • The Danger of Spiritual Slumber – Romans 13:11-14 • 25 May 2014 • We live in the “not yet” time in history – It is not yet everything it will be. We live in the “dawn” and the hour has come for you to wake from sleep, be alert, and be a light in the dark world.
  • What Not To Wear – Romans 13:11-14 • 1 Jun 2014 • The night is far gone, the day is at hand. Take off your pajamas, put on your clothes (the clothing of Jesus Christ), and the armor of light, knowing that the armor of light is faith, hope, and love.
  • Loving Your Brother In Christ – Romans 14:1-12 • 8 Jun 2014 • “Let not the one who eats despise the one who abstains, and let not the one who abstains pass judgment on the one who eats, for God has welcomed him.” The weak should not pass judgment and the strong should not despise. But in all things live to the glory of the Father.
  • Walking with the Risen Christ – Romans 15:1-7 • 29 Jun 2014 • We should not be self-seeking but instead seek to please others. Christ is our perfect example of unity of the body of Christ. When we live in harmony with one another we are able to glorify God with one voice.
  • Sanctification – Romans 15:14-21 • 6 Jul 2014 • Sanctification is not just knowledge. Sanctification happens when the words of Jesus Christ are being followed. It is both relying on God’s grace and faithfully obeying His word.
  • The Mission – Romans 15:17-33 • 13 Jul 2014 • Paul was controlled by his ambition (calling) to preach the gospel. His calling was based on the Scriptures, not just his experience (vs.21). Every believer has a calling/purpose for their life. God has called you to use your gifts to glorify Him.
  • Onward To Spain – Romans 15:23-33 • 20 Jul 2014 • In this passage we see that Paul presses on, is flexible in his plan, is persistent in his goal and always works with a team. Like Paul, our mission is not done until all have heard the gospel.
  • What is in a List of Names – Romans 16:1-16 • 27 Jul 2014 • Romans 16:1-16 is so much more than just a list of names. Pastor Burguet gives us the “big picture” from this passage that is rich with truth and practical applications as well as a look at three specific people mentioned in the text: Phoebe, Prisca, and Aquila. 
  • Be WISE to Good and INNOCENT to Evil – Romans 16:17-24 • 3 Aug 2014 • Paul gives us some parting thoughts as he closes the book of Romans. One, we should avoid those who cause division and are contrary to the true doctrine. Also, we should be experts in good; and not even beginners in evil.
  • The End is Praise! – Romans 16:25-27 • 17 Aug 2014 • At the close of the book of Romans, Paul offers praise to God. We see praise for God’s work and praise for God’s wisdom. Through His work and wisdom He strengthens and establishes us in our salvation.
  • Be Reconciled – Philemon • 24 Aug 2014 • Onesimus was a runaway slave. He had committed a capital crime. Paul appeals to Philemon to “receive him as you would receive me.” Paul asks for Philemon to be reconciled to Onesimus “as a beloved brother.”
  • Be Reconciled II – Philemon • 31 Aug 2014 • Paul’s letter to Philemon encourages Philemon to be reconciled to Onesimus. Our lives should reflect this as well. If we are truly changed by God then we ought to bear the fruit of reconciliation to and forgiveness of others.
  • Rebellion in the Vineyard – Isaiah 1:1-31 • 7 Sep 2014 • Isaiah is a history of rebellion against God’s covenant promises. Israel said “we believe” but failed to obey and follow the Lord—But it is also about hope. We are supposed to catch a glimpse of Jesus—his grace and hope for his people.
  • The Mountain of the Lord – Isaiah 2 • 14 Sep 2014 • The Mountain of the Lord is a picture of the supremacy of God. He is not just the God of the Jews, but God of the world. Stop looking to man for solutions, and look to the living and true God.
  • The Enriching Power of Loss and Gain – Isaiah 3-4 • 5 Oct 2014 • In these chapters we see the people of Israel losing everything. God has taken it away. But He promises that He will cleanse His people with this judgment and we will gain His presence through the Messiah.
  • Paradise Lost – Isaiah 5 • 12 Oct 2014 • Israel resisted the grace of God. In spite of all God did for them, they produced “wild grapes.” God therefore pronounced judgment on the house of Israel. However, there is hope. God is always calling people to repentance.
  • Ruined & Reconciled – Isaiah 6 • 19 Oct 2014 • God’s holiness overwhelms, strips, heals, and renovates. Isaiah had truly seen God’s holiness and was no longer afraid of anything. He was fully liberated to do God’s will. Have you genuinely seen God’s holiness?
  • Grace Over Our Failures – Isaiah 7 • 26 Oct 2014 • In Isaiah 7, God was calling Ahaz to trust Him and have faith that God would take care of Him. Ahaz refused to see God as He is and did not trust Him.   Do you trust God in the midst of life? Do you rest in a sovereign God and His gracious provision for you?
  • Grace Over Our Failures II – Isaiah 8 • 2 Nov 2014 • God has promised His presence to His people. If you are a believer, His presence is a source of power and strength. In the midst of any situation, God is sovereign and working out His purposes.
  • Out of Darkness into the Light – Isaiah 9:1-7 • 9 Nov 2014 • The world of Isaiah’s time was just like the world of today: dark. All kinds of suffering and sin abound. But God said nevertheless there is light. And God brings his light in the most unlikely of ways: Jesus.
  • LovingAngerKindness – Isaiah 9:8-10:4 • 16 Nov 2014 • In this passage we see the anger and wrath of the holy God. Four times Isaiah says, “His anger has not turned away, and His hand is stretched out still.” God’s wrath and judgment shows us the need for the Savior.
  • Sovereign Through the Chaos – Isaiah 10 • 23 Nov 2014 • God used Assyria to bring judgment on His people. He can and will use the unregenerate to accomplish His overall plan and purpose. God saves His people through judgment. The dross has first to be removed, but equally a remnant is saved.
  • War and Peace – Isaiah 11 • 30 Nov 2014 • Jesus is the shoot from the stump of Jesse. He is our banner; the conqueror and warrior God. The battle belongs to the Lord and He will save His remnant. When the people of God find themselves in times of trouble, look to Christ, the captain of your salvation!
  • The Wells of Salvation – Isaiah 12 • 7 Dec 2014 • “With joy you will draw water from the wells of salvation.” (Is. 12:3) God has lavished salvation on His people like a well of cool, fresh, clean water quenches our thirst in the desert. We will give thanks and sing praise to Him because He is our strength and our salvation!
  • Jesus: A Light for Gentiles – Isaiah 49:1-13 • 14 Dec 2014 • God has provided for us a means to be reconciled to Himself: Jesus. Jesus came to bring salvation to the world. He is the light of salvation to all those who believe in Him.
  • Jesus: Good News for the Poor – Isaiah 61:1-3 • 21 Dec 2014 • “The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me, because the Lord has anointed me to bring good news to the poor; he has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to those who are bound;” Isaiah 61:1

2013

2012

Listen to the following MP3 messages by David Kelly, Youth Director:

  • His Power – Romans 1:16-17 • 24 Jun 2012 • (42:22)
  • His Righteousness – Romans 1:16-17 • 08 Jul 2012 • (38:17)
  • His Glory – Romans 8:18-25 • 05 Aug 2012 • (47:39)
  • God’s Gift Giving – Jonah 1 • 02 Dec 2012 • (46:40)
  • Be Strengthened by Grace! – 2 Timothy 2 • 20 Jan 2013 • (41:59)
  • Freedom in Christ – Galatians 5:13-15 • 23 Jun 2013 • (44:22)
  • From the Inside Out – Mark 2:1-12 • 01 Sep 2013 • (45:02)
  • Our God Reigns – Psalm 111 • 06 Apr 2014 • God’s works are great and His righteousness is unending.  He is the provider and sustainer of all.  Our response should be to praise, worship, and delight in Him and His precepts.
  • Two Invitations – How will you respond? – Proverbs 9:1-18 • 11 May 2014 • This passage presents us with two invitations: to live in the house of wisdom or in the house of folly. Which will you choose?
  • Making All Things New – Revelation 21:1-8 • 15 Jun 2014 • Your Heavenly Father is making all things new. The Father’s creation, ruined by mankind’s sin, will be redeemed by Christ and renewed by His Holy Spirit. God is making a new heaven and earth and preparing His bride (us) for that day!
  • What is Your Prayer? – Philippians 3:1-11 • 10 Aug 2014 • In this passage Paul gives us a model of how to pray. It is a prayer that shows an attitude of thankfulness, a love for God, and a love for others. Do your prayers reflect these same qualities?
  • Who You Are! (In Christ) – Colossians 3:1-11 • 21 Sep 2014 • As believers we have a new life in Christ. Therefore set your mind and heart on what God’s mission is and then go do it. We, as image bearers and worshippers, are to align our purposes with God’s purposes and show Him to the world.
  • How To Be You! (In Christ) – Colossians 3:12-25 • 28 Sep 2014 • Use the wardrobe He has given you (vs. 12-14) to live out the relationships you have (vs. 18-22).  And whatever you do in word or deed, do it all for the Lord (vs. 17 & 23).
  • King Jesus: The Life-Long Learner – Luke 2:39-52 • 28 Dec 2014 • Jesus stayed behind in Jerusalem and his parents found him in the temple listening and asking questions. He was learning God’s Word. God has designed us to learn His commands and know Him. Jesus was a life-long learner and we should be as well.
  • Jesus: King of Zion – Psalm 2 • 4 Jan 2015 • God has set a king over us – Jesus is our king. Jesus is ruling and reigning in heaven until His kingdom comes in full. Put away your idols and be useful for God’s glory and purpose. Your hope is not in your efforts, but in His righteousness.
  • The Blood of Jesus Propels our Faith – Hebrews 10:19-39 • 29 Mar 2015 • Hebrews 10:19-39 shows us that the blood of Jesus propels our faith. Because of the blood of Jesus, the lost are given a new heart, the found are made right with a Holy God, and our community is given the hope of a new world for those that persevere in faith to the end.
  • Know This: God is at Work – Ecclesiastes 11:1-10 • 26 Apr 2015 • There are so many things that we don’t know or understand and so much in life is meaningless. But when you trust God your life is filled with meaning. God tells us to trust in Him. Put away your worry and pain and have faith that He is working in your life.
  • Jesus: All in All – Colossians 1:15-23 • 10 May 2015 • Jesus is our all in all because He is before all things and in Him all things are held together. He is the head of the body, first in all things and He came to reconcile all things to Himself. Every time you talk to God, Jesus is presenting you holy and blameless to the Father.
  • Life, Death, Love – Psalm 49 • 6 Sep 2015 • God gives us life through His Son Jesus Christ, God gives us victory over death because of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and God gives us His steadfast Love, a new glorified body, and a promise of being forever in His presence.
  • We Were Made For This – Genesis 1-3 • 8 Nov 2015 • Last week we saw the first two acts in the greatest story ever told. Remember we are made to obey, work, and live a life of surrender in community with one another, because God created us in His image and finds pleasure in us.
  • The WORD of the LORD Provides – 1 Kings 17:2-6 • 5 Jun 2016 • The Lord knew exactly what Elijah needed and He knows exactly what we need as well. In His word He calls us to repentance and obedience and His word provides direction, protection, and life.
  • Radical Welcomers – Romans 15:1-7 • 26 Jun 2016 • Our one voice should say, “Welcome to the Lord’s table, welcome to the gospel, welcome to God’s kingdom. Come to church with me and hear the Good News about the great hope I have.” We must be radical welcomers. What makes you feel welcome? When you are loved, accepted, and encouraged in the body of Christ.
  • Becoming God’s Dwelling Place – Ephesians 2:11-22 • 31 Jul 2016 • As Christians we are reconciled to God, adopted into His family, and have access to the Father through Christ. We are being built together into a dwelling place for God by the Holy Spirit—individually as well as corporately.
  • Jesus, Jesus, Jesus – Colossians 1:15-20 • 21 Aug 2016 • We see that Jesus is preeminent in all things. That He is King of Creation and King of Redemption and He is the firstborn among many. We should live fearlessly knowing we serve the one King that reigns forever and ever.
  • Behold, Abide, Love. – John 15:7-11 • 16 Oct 2016 • Behold Him and all He has done so that “My joy may be in you, and that your joy may be full.” Once we behold God, we understand where Jesus urges us to abide in Him and in His love so that by the power of the Holy Spirit we might be   used of God to show the world our Creator through loving others.
  • Jesus, the Boy – Luke 2:41-52 • 1 Jan 2017 • Where’s your focus? It could be on the physical aspects of a situation, or it could be on loving God, just as Jesus’ focus was. Jesus was in the temple teaching as a boy and his focus was on the spiritual. It was on obeying and loving God.
  • He Knows Your Story – John 4:39-42 • 5 Mar 2017 • Jesus reached out to the woman at the well and said, I know your story and I still love you. He says come to Me and He will quench your thirst. Know what God has done in your life and tell   others your story to help point them to Christ and to Glorify Him!

Other MP3 audio recordings:

  • God’s Love for the Broken – 2 Samuel 9  • Michael S. Beates • 12 Aug 2012 • (32:59)
  • Sovereign Pursuit – Daniel 4:28-37  • Deren Harper • 12 May 2013 • (44:11)
  • When God Seems Like a Madman – Genesis 22:1-14, Hebrews 11:17-19 • Charles DeBardeleben • 18 Aug 2013 • (35:38)
  • The Ultimate Road Trip – Exodus 16:1-12 • Tommy Park • 20 Oct 2013 • (39:42)
  • God-Centered Vision – 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 • Rev. Keith Ledford • 30 Mar 2014
  • Now There Were Some Greeks – John 12:20-26 • Rev. Patrick Lennox • 22 Feb 2015 • John 12:20-26 reminded us that there will always be those among us—though perhaps foreign to us—who are searching for the hope of the Gospel. In Jesus’ day it was the Greeks: “Sir, we wish to see Jesus.” At that time, Christ and his disciples were the ones responsible for making Christ known. But now, in our day, the calling is ours. Who among us needs to see Jesus?
  • Sanctification by Relationships – Ephesians 4:30-32 • Rev. Lee H. Ferguson • 12 Apr 2015 • God uses our relationships for our sanctification – Our relationship with Him, ourselves, and each other. Be careful how you live because your sin grieves the Holy Spirit. Look at your own heart and be honest with yourself. Be courteous, tender-hearted and forgiving toward others.
  • The Church and the Temple of the Living God – Ezekiel 40, 47 • Rev. Don Cobb • 7 Feb 2016
  • – Proverbs 14:1-15 • Yohanes Halim • 13 Mar 2016 • Seeking wisdom is an old human activity. We should seek Godly wisdom from the Scriptures and church, not ungodly wisdom from human thought and experience without thought of God.  Proverbs 14 show us the differences between those who are wise and those who are foolish.
  • The Wise Fear, the Fool Forgets – Proverbs 1:1-19 • Ross Meyer • 17 Apr 2016 • The Proverbs is speaking to a diverse community—both the wise and the simple. It is practical, moral, and intellectual wisdom which has at its foundation the fear of the Lord.
  • How Jesus Gets Us Home – John 14:1-6 • Ben Kandt • 24 Apr 2016 • Home is with Jesus in the Father’s house. Jesus is the way to get there. He is the way because He is the Truth and the Life. Rely on what He has done, not what we do.
  • Imitation: A Key to Rejoicing – Philippians • Don Mountan • 24 Jul 2016 • Paul tells us to imitate him. He rejoices over partnership with others in the gospel, the proclamation of the gospel, faith in Christ, and knowing Christ. Rejoice is a verb—it is an outward expression of an inward joy. He is telling us to “go public” with our joy. To share it with others. Do you rejoice with Paul?
  • The Gospel Renews Everything – Ephesians 2:1-10 • Vijay Raju • 8 Jan 2017 • This passage tells us that man is dead, disobedient, depraved and doomed. But God has worked FOR you in His death and resurrection, now he will work IN you and THROUGH you for His glory! We are created in Christ Jesus unto good works.
  • Knowing Who We Are – Daniel 1:1-8 • James Thornton • 27 Mar 2017 •
  • David Kelly’s Ordination Worship • Matthew 6:25-34 • Matt Ryman • 23 April 2017 •
  • Look to Jesus – Hebrews 12:1-2 • 4 June 2017 • Rev. Lee Wright
  • A Look Friendship – 1 Samuel 18:1-5 • 11 June 2017 • Rev. Lee Wright

 

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1 Corinthians 1: 21-25 ESV

For since, in the wisdom of God, the world did not know God through wisdom, it pleased God through the folly of what we preach to save those who believe. For Jews demand signs and Greeks seek wisdom, but we preach Christ crucified, a stumbling block to Jews and folly to Gentiles, but to those who are called, both Jews and Greeks, Christ the power of God and the wisdom of God.  For the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men

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New Hope Presbyterian Church • Eustis, Florida • Sermons