Sermons on John
“Successful Is the Life Offered!”
Read or Listen: John 12: 20-33 Summary: The easy way is not so easy, nor does it allow us to become all we can be. Jesus demonstrated what life in God entails: people willing to die in this life for the attainment of true success: to be reborn in Christ, to glorify God. In God’s view, this is living a sacrificial life, a successful life: a life offered to God and others.
“There Is a Love to Free Us . . .
Read: John 3: 14-21 “ . . . from the Dungeons beneath the Castle of Despair” Sinners! We are all lost in the darkness and despair of our lives because we have loved our broken ways. But Jesus came to free us. Jesus offers us freedom through the cross, which elevates us from the gloom of guilt and despair, inviting us into His love and the light of healing grace. Listen to a reading of John 3 14-21
Follow The Shephard
“My sheep hear my voice . . . and they follow me”. John 10::27 John 10:1-5 John 10:24-29 Psalm 23:1-2 1 Peter 2:25 Numbers 27:17 Psalm 95:7 . . . more
Peace & Presence Dispels Our Fears
Top 5 Scriptures That Banish Fear Jessica Kastner, Contributor When I think about the root cause of so many mistakes and spiritual pitfalls in my life, the source seems to be the one and only, the ugly, fear. Fear will cause us to buckle and settle for less than God’s best. It’ll cause us to disobey after diluting our trust in Him, and even when do stay strong, it’ll rob us of our peace and joy. Here are some of…
He has RISEN!
THE DEATH & RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST There were many defining moments in the life of Jesus. Two of them were his baptism by John the Baptist, and his crucifixion by the Roman authorities. The canonical gospels (Mark, Matthew, Luke and John) are basically in agreement about the events in Jesus’ life between his baptism and crucifixion. But they differ greatly when describing the events before his baptism and after his death. Details of the death and resurrection of Jesus…
Maundy Thursday Sermon – 2020
Pastor Richard Helsel’s Maundy Thursday Sermon. The Coronavirus Pandemic has forced “Our Church” to make some rapid adjustments. The new paradigm in which we find ourselves has drastically changed the way we communicate with each other. The traditional sermon must now be delivered using the Internet! The video you are about to watch is our first attempt at posting a service on Social Media. The effort was fraught with challenges and most were successfully conquered. We trust you will keep…