Sermons on God's Love (Page 7)

Sermons on God's Love (Page 7)

Rejoice With Me

Luke 15. Guest speaker Richard Blankenship digs into the parables that show the great lengths God goes to to redeem His lost children.

Do You Want to Be Blessed?

Proverbs, Psalms, Deuteronomy, Matthew 25. Jesse Andreasen shares about the blessings that God promises when we care for the poor and helpless. Part of a special Compassion Sunday service. For more information about child sponsorship and Compassion International please visit www.compassion.com Compassion Sunday 2015 – Main Video from Compassion International on Vimeo.

Book of Acts: Whoever it Was That Brought Me Here Will Have to Take Me Home

Acts 13-14. Dale Kuehne explores why the gentiles in Pisidian would have been so drawn to the message Paul shared. How can we share the gospel like that today? The song by Martyn Joseph shared during this message, “Whoever it was that brought me here…” can be found at the following link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/whoever-it-was-that-brought/id384144810

Grace Greater Than Mistakes

On January 11th, 2015, Christ’s Church had the opportunity to watch a pre-recorded sermon from Kyle Idleman, preaching pastor at Southeast Christian in Kentucky. We do not have permission to post the video or audio here. You can listen to or watch this message by visiting the following link https://www.southeastchristian.org/sermons/grace-greater-than/grace-mistakes/ This message is copyright 2014 Southeast Christian Church. Christ’s Church of Amherst makes no claims of ownership of this material found at this link.

Christ The Crusader Against Social Injustice

Luke 2, 14, 17, 19. Guest speaker Vicki Kardos speaks about Jesus’ acts of compassion and mercy towards the poor, unclean, “sinners” and socially outcast. As followers of Jesus we are called to the same mission and must beware of neglecting or shutting people out because of our judgements and lack of compassion.

Advent in Isaiah: The Lord has Laid on Him the Iniquity of Us All

Isaiah 53, Revelation 12. Dale Kuehne draws upon Isaiah’s suffering servant prophecy to remind us that we have all gone astray. It was for our sin that Jesus came into this world to die for our redemption. We did not deserve this act of love, and so we must extend this same grace to all of mankind, even those who we consider worse sinners than ourselves.

Advent in Isaiah: Come, All You Who are Thirsty

Isaiah 30 and 55. Dale Kuehne asks us to consider the areas of our lives where we might be seeking provision, deliverance, guidance and satisfaction apart from God. We’ll always end up disappointed by those “alliances” and idols, but God invites us to come be satisfied in Him, for eternity, free of charge.

God of Wrath or God of Love? Part 2

Portraying God as love while diminishing or completely denying His judgment of sin has been a problem in both ancient heresies as well as some 21st century sermons. Jesse Andreasen explores several passages that reveal God’s incredible love, patience, and forgiveness while upholding His holiness and justice.

Forgiveness

Luke 7. Guest speaker Derrick Avery explores Jesus’ encounter with the sinful woman. We all need God’s forgiveness and we all need to offer that same kind of forgiveness to others.