Sermons

Learning to Worship, Part 1

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God’s purpose in redeeming His people from bondage is worship. If you are redeemed by God through Jesus Christ, God’s purpose is to transform you into a worshipper.

God’s Deliverance

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God delivers His people from bondage by grace through a blood sacrifice. But His primary focus in His redemption is freedom from the spiritual bondage of our own sin, not liberation from external oppression.

God Against gods

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Yahweh is a God of dominance. He suffers no challengers to His supremacy, and He demonstrated the futility of those challengers when Moses faced off against Pharaoh in Exodus 5-10.

God’s Self-Revelation

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Salvation is from God alone. God reveals Himself to His servants to shape us as worshippers who become His instruments of deliverance.

The Stirring of Faith

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The happy life is the life that serves God and pursues His purposes. The meaningful life connects itself to God’s work of deliverance.

God’s Providential Protection

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God is faithful to fulfill all His promises. He calls us to wait on Him in faith to prove Himself faithful to us.

The Judgment of Unbelievers at the Resurrection

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God wrote a book and will hold us accountable for receiving it or rejecting it. His Son was given in love so that no one need perish on that last day.

The Judgment of Believers at the Resurrection

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The Christian’s present life is a preparation for Jesus’ evaluation and reward at the Judgment Seat of Christ. God’s eternal reward is based upon His grace, not our merit. God abounds in loving kindness, so let us live with a view to His gracious promises.

A Christian’s Experience After Death

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The same grace that awakens fear is the grace that brings us home. In this message from Luke 23:32-43, and 2 Corinthians 12:1-10, Pastor Josh Beakley teaches about the four distinct reactions to fear that the Gospel awakens within Christians.

A Non-Christian’s Experience After Death

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There is a stark contrast between what man emphasizes and what God says, and we must remember that our fate after we die is settled not by what we feel but rather by what God has spoken.