The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon for Christmas Eve, on Isaiah 9. The cosmic war for your soul was won by a baby, in a manger, in Bethlehem.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Isaiah 49, in which God promises never to forget his chosen people. He keeps that promise by forgetting, for a moment, his son Jesus. Because of Jesus, you are never forgotten.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Isaiah 35, in which the prophet sees the people of God returning to Zion in celebration. On account of Christ's accomplishment, we sinners are welcomed home.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Isaiah 2, in which the prophet has a vision of the people eager to be taught by God's law. How is such a posture possible for sinners? Only by the unmerited grace, favor, and sacrificial death of our savior, Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Jacob Davis preaches a sermon on Romans 13, in which Paul enjoins the people to wake from sleep and to put on the armor of light. This armor is a Gospel gift from Jesus Christ, your savior.
On Christ the King Sunday, the Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Colossians 1, in which Paul describes King Jesus, and Luke 23, in which we see that same king hanging on a cross. Jesus is both the high king of heaven and the king who died to save sinners.
Dr. Michael Nicholson wraps up his class on the Wisdom Literature of the Old Testament with a survey of the books, themes, and lessons of the genre.
Michael Neal concludes our “Not a Stewardship Campaign” Campaign with some Good News from an unexpected source: the genealogy of Jesus in Matthew’s Gospel. Some of the names included there show us that God’s saving grace extends to the ends of the Earth. By supporting the work of the local church, you can be a part of that great work.
The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Luke 21, in which Jesus tells his followers not to prepare for their defense in advance. They needn't worry, he says; he himself will be their defender.
Dr. Michael Nicholson concludes his look at the Song of Solomon by continuing his discussion of love. This week, he looks at the exclusivity of love, the beauty of love, and the power of love.