Sermons


Health & Healing

January 28, 2024
James began his epistle telling the brethren to count it all joy and call on God in the midst of trials in order to receive wisdom, become patient, and grow…

Creator & King

January 28, 2024
Psalm 33 picks up where Psalm 32 left off: “Be glad in the Lord and rejoice, you righteous; and shout for joy, all you upright and heart!” David describes wonderful…

The Inheritance of the Meek

January 28, 2024
Sometimes the wicked sing while the righteous suffer. Psalm 37 teaches the faithful not just to avoid envy, but also why. We’re in a story and should consider what happens…

In Your Light We See Light

January 28, 2024
Psalm 36 sets the darkness against the radiant light. It contrasts the smallness and futility of man’s rebellion with the greatness of God’s grace that fills the world and the…

Up From the Grave

January 28, 2024
The first people Jesus needed to convince that He was not a ghost, a disembodied soul, or a figment of their imagination were those who loved Him. But they did…

Contend, O Lord

January 28, 2024
The victory David celebrates in Psalm 34 is a hot conflict in Psalm 35. His enemies want him dead, so he calls on God to fight for him. Over a…

Established Hearts

January 28, 2024
While we cannot see the immediate future, we know all things work together for good for those who love God and are called according to His purpose (Rom. 8:28). The…

The Joy of Forgiveness

January 28, 2024
Psalm 32 is the school of grace. King David, sinner par excellence, teaches us how to seek forgiveness, receive it, and then exult in the joy of righteousness. Spurgeon says…

Plans & Presumption

January 28, 2024
Thomas Watson once said, “When God lays men up on their backs, then they look up to heaven.” Without facing severe affliction, it’s hard for proud men to walk with…

Weighted Words

January 21, 2024
Words have power. God brings us to Himself through the word of truth (cf. Jms. 1:18). The words we listen to and the words we speak shape us and those…