The Disappointed (4 of 7)

John 11:1-48 We're in week 4 of a series called Can't Believe in which we're looking through the Gospel of John at 7 kinds of people who could not bring themselves to believe, and how Jesus dealt with each o...

Jesus’ Resume (1 of 4)

Read Matthew 1:1-17 Introduction: - Alright... so how many of you zoned out during that? Be honest. - How many of you, when you come to a section like this when you are reading your Bible, either skim ...

The Disappointed (4 of 7)

We're in week 4 of a series called Can't Believe in which we're looking through the Gospel of John at 7 kinds of people who could not bring themselves to believe, and how Jesus dealt with each of them. (8 stude...

Does My Life Have a Purpose? (4 of 4)

WELCOME: If you are just joining us, we are at the end of a 4-week series on the book of Psalms called Question Everything, in which we're seeing how an ancient collection of songs engages some of our most pres...

Show Thyself A Man

"Be thou strong and show thyself a man" (1 Kings 2:2) No one can read the Bible in a thoughtful way without being impressed with the fact that it makes much of manhood, and holds it up as something that shou...

As An Eagle…the Lord Did Lead

“As an eagle that stirreth up her nest, That fluttereth over her young, He spread abroad his wings, he took them, He bare them on his pinions: The Lord alone did lead him." —Deut. 32:11-12 These words are ta...

The Peril of Accepting Second Best

"He gave them their request, but sent leanness into their souls."—Psalm 106:15 We frequently make the mistake of limiting the call of the Gospel to the initial alternatives which it presents. It sets before ...

The Christmas Story: Born for a Purpose

In a unique sense, Jesus was born to die upon Calvary; and even in His birth we see the shadow of His death. The cradle of Christmas points to the cross of Calvary. This sermon explores the connection between the two.

Living on Purpose

Ballard spent 13 years of his life searching for the long-lost Titanic. He had dreamed of it even before beginning the expedition.