Soli Deo Gloria

Sermons on Creation

“God’s King Has Dominion” Psalm 8:1-9

An Expositional Sermon Psalm 8:1-9 “God’s King Has Dominion” Theme/Big Idea: God’s people give Him praise for His majestic name in creating man and  fulfilling His promise of giving dominion in Jesus Christ. Aim/Appropriation/Application: Grow in praise of Yahweh for His majesty displayed in the heavens and in all the earth, and in crowning humanity with glory…

“Discipleship – God Disciples Us” Mark 3:13-14

A Topical Sermon “Discipleship – God Disciples Us” Outline: (1) How Did We Get to Where We Are? 1. God made us to know and be with Him, but we fell in sin and deserve His wrath 2. God calls and atonement must be made; God’s wrath must be propitiated 3. God became incarnate so that…

“Creation & Promise” Genesis 1:1-50:26 (Overview)

Theme: God created all things, man fell in sin, God made a promise of a savior, and God keeps His promises. Aim: That as we see how this book is pointing at Jesus Christ our hearts would grow to love Christ more, and that we would grow in our understanding of why things are the way they are in this world.
(1) Creation (Genesis 1-2)
(2) Fall (Genesis 2-3)
(3) Redemption (Genesis 3:14-15)
(4) God’s Promise to Abram, Isaac & Jacob (Genesis 12-36)
(5) Israel to Egypt (Genesis 37-50)

“The Beginning of Sin & Misery” Genesis 2:4-3:24

Theme: We deserve God’s eternal wrath for our sin, but God promised a Savior.
Aim: Shame, guilt, death, suffering, fear, and misery can all be traced back to this day, mourn over your sin and as God for forgiveness.
(1) Life (Genesis 2:4-7)
(2) Paradise (Genesis 2:8-14)
(3) Relationship (Genesis 2:18-25)
(4) Covenant (Genesis 2:15-17)
(5) Fall (Genesis 3:1-13)
(6) Hope (Genesis 3:15-25)

“The Beginning” Genesis 1:1-2:3

Theme: God transforms chaos into a blessed creation through His powerful Word.
Aim: That we would see more of who Yahweh is and how He is worthy of all of our praise!
(1) God (1:1-2)
a. Before time
b. Fount of Existence
c. Plurality/Trinity – The Father, Son, & Holy Spirit
(2) The Creation (1:1-31)
a. Sovereign in the Midst of Chaos
b. Days 1-3
c. Days 4-6
(3) Man – God’s Vice-Regent Representative (1:26-31)
(4) Rest (2:1-3)

“King of the Jews” Mark 6:30-56

Theme: Jesus is relentless in feeding, shepherding, healing, and saving His people, and He is the King promised to the Jews in the Word.
Aim: Know that Jesus is King, not only of the Jews, but also of us. By faith He is your king. You need not have any fear in the face of things that are fearful. He is good, trustworthy, and true.
(1) Jesus Is Relentless in His Kingly Mission (Mark 6:30-34)
(2) Jesus Is the King Who Is Able to Feed and Provide (Mark 6:35–44)
(3) Jesus Is King Over Creation (Mark 6:45-52)
(4) Jesus Is King Over Sickness (Mark 6:17-29)