MICHAEL'S WEEKLY PODCAST
SERMONS ON SALVATION
Is religion relevant? Many people apparently do not think so. They don’t believe religion is necessary because they are convinced that all anyone really needs in life can be obtained through science and technology. For them, any attention given to spiritual matters is a waste of time.
The blood of Jesus Christ won freedom. And it belongs to everyone, regardless of race or past sin, who calls on the name of the Lord.
Money is morally neutral. It can do great good or terrible harm.
This Easter message explains how everyone needs love, forgiveness, transformation, strength, community and a mission worthy of this life and the life to come. Sometimes Christianity and the church are barriers to these pursuits. But when the church functions the way Jesus established it to function, it can be a safe place where we can bear one another’s burdens, encourage each other and find that, together, we can do and be what we couldn’t possibly do and be individually.
Why can we talk so easily about church, and yet we don’t know what to say about Jesus?
This Easter sermon answers the question, Why did Jesus Christ come? He came to give you and me salvation from the past, new life for the present, and a great future beyond this life!
is sure and worthy of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world
to save sinners — of whom I am the foremost.
You and I need
You and I are called
to be mentors.
Last week we reflected
on these two realities as we introduced to you the Apo
There is a sign in everybody's night. It is the Christ-child — the Light of all humanity. God gave that sign at night to remind each of us that in the darkest hour of our lives, the Most High God gives a sign that brings life and light. This Christmas sermon offers hope to those who believe that God is truly with us.
Know What You Believe — A series based on The Apostles' Creed — Part 13
Real faith is not about masks. Real faith is about steadfast love that cuts to the heart, that transforms the life. In this sermon on faith, the Great Physician is offering a cure for hypocrisy— a radical cure. The procedure, in many ways, is simple. It's painful, its scary, it's life-threatening — but it's simple. When Jesus talks about transformation and change He is saying you can no longer wear a mask.
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