"glory" Tagged Sermons

"glory" Tagged Sermons

“God’s People Have the Light to the Nations” Isaiah 49:1-26

Here’s the main point, or the “big idea”: Jesus is the light of the world that makes us shine, overcomes the darkness of despair, and calls all to repentance. (1) Servant: God’s Servant is Glorious Light (Isaiah 49:1-6)(2) People: Reflecting the Light of God’s Glory (Isaiah 49:7-13)(3) Promise: The only thing that can overcome the darkness of despair (Isaiah 49:14-21)(4) Choice: There is a choice that each of us must make (Isaiah 49:22-26)

“Our God Is a Consuming Fire” (Exodus 19:1-25)

An Expositional Sermon“Our God Is a Consuming Fire” Big Idea: God is a consuming fire who graciously covenants with His people.Application: Repent and believe in Jesus Christ as the only backfire we can have to avoiding the coming judgment of God’s fiery wrath. (1) God’s People are Betrothed to God (Exodus 19:1-9a)Movement 1: God fulfills his promise to bring Israel to Sinai/Horeb (vv. 1-3; cf. 3:12)Movement 2: God proposes to His people (vv. 4-6)1. Conditioned on their obedience (v. 5)2.…

“God Leads His People & They Sing” (Exodus 13:1-15:21)

An Expositional Sermon“God Leads His People & They Sing” Big Idea: God powerfully saves His people from every fearful thing and they respond in song.Application: Trust God’s leadership in Jesus Christ and give Him praise for His mercy and grace. (1) Remember What God Has Done (Exodus 13:1-16)(2) God Leads His People (Exodus 13:17-14:31)(3) God’s People Sing (Exodus 15:1-21)

“Pursue God’s Pleasure” Matthew 6:1-4

An Expositional Sermon Matthew 6:1-4 “Pursue God’s Pleasure” Big Idea: Live your life for God and no other audience. Outline: (1) Start With the Righteousness of Christ (2) Once Justified in Christ, Christians Pursue Righteousness (3) Don’t Forget Who You Live For

“God’s Glory in Creation & Word” Psalm 19:1-14

An Expositional Sermon Psalm 19:1-14 “God’s Glory in Creation & Word” Theme/Big Idea: God is glorified in creation, in His Word, and in redeeming a people in Jesus Christ. Aim/Appropriation/Application: Pray that God would help us to sing more fully of God’s glory in the things He has made and done, that we would sing of God’s glory as we behold His Word in the Bible, and most of all that God would ‘give us the light of the knowledge of the…

“God Is Our Trust” Psalm 4:1-8

An Expositional Sermon Psalm 4:1-8 “God Is Our Trust” Theme/Big Idea: The joy and peace of God’s people is rooted in God, not their circumstances. Aim/Appropriation/Application: Have God as the only source of your joy and peace in the face of the temptation to believe that these things come from men. Outline: (1) God Is the Source of Peace (Psalm 4:1, 7-8) (2) The Opposition and Emptiness of Supposed Good that Comes from Men (Psalm 4:2, 6) (3) Pursue the “5-Fold Spirituality”……

“Jesus Christ, Fully Man” Hebrews 2:9-10, 14-15; 4:15

Theme: Jesus Christ became fully man to bear our sin and God’s wrath in His body on the cross. Aim: Put your faith in the Son of Man, Jesus Christ. (1) He Came to Relate to Us (Hebrews 4:15) (2) He Came to Save Us from Sin & Death (Hebrews 2:14-15) (3) Jesus Became Man to Be Crowned as King & Bring Many Sons to Glory (Hebrews 2:9-10)

“The Beauty of the King” Mark 9:1-13

Theme: Jesus is resplendent [shining] in glory, is the fulfillment of the Law and the Prophets by dying and being raise from the dead. Aim: Walk away from this text in awe of Christ, and know more clearly that His the perfect fulfillment of God’s Word, and that we might walk with the hope of his care for us because Jesus died and rose again from the grave for His people. (1) Jesus Is Glorious (Mark 9:1-4) (2) What does Jesus Do? He fulfills the Law & the Prophets (Mark 9:5-8) (3) How? Through His death and resurrection (Mark 9:9-13)

“King Jesus” Mark 1:16-45

Theme: Jesus rules over men, spirits, and illness, and His prayerful mission was to preach the gospel. Aim: Turn from the empty kings of this world, and have Christ as your King. Jesus is… (1) King over men (Mark 1:14-20) (2) King over spirits (Mark 1:21-28, 32) (3) King over illness (Mark 1:29-34, 40-45) (4) A King who prays and preaches (Mark 1:35-39)