Isaiah has a vision, and in his vision, he sees the holiness of God. The holiness of God has ramifications displayed at the cross of Jesus.
Several times in Matthew 7, Jesus confronts us with two choices. In his last illustration, the choices are to build your house on sand or The Rock.
The American culture has become increasingly hostile to Christianity. However, Christians have every reason to hope because of Christ. In this sermon, listen to a specific diagnosis of culture, along with the solution from Colossians 2.
We read in Matthew 2, "Out of Egypt I have called my Son." Matthew is quoting the prophet Hosea, who references the exodus of God's people from slavery in Egypt. Matthew uses this phrase to speak about a greater exodus through Christ. Listen or watch to learn more.
Beware of false prophets (and teachers)! In this sermon, warning signs are identified, and practical ways are given to ensure the local church leader does not become a false prophet and teacher.
Many people (including our politicians!) claim to follow the Golden Rule. But what does Jesus mean when he teaches us about the Golden Rule. Watch or listen to find out.
Perhaps the most difficult passage to interpret in the Sermon on the Mount is Matthew 7:1-6 on judging others. In this sermon Pastor Rob teaches the crux of judging.
Everyone battles anxiety, but God provides the grace and mercy to overcome anxiety. Learn more from Matthew 6:25-34.
Everyone has been angry. But anger is not a mere outward reaction but a problem in the heart. Listen to learn more about anger from Genesis 4.
Why do you exist? What does it mean to worship? In this sermon, we look at Romans 12:1-2 to answer these questions.