Sermons on Worship

Sermons on Worship

“Insubordinate Worship” Numbers 16:1-50

An Expositional Sermon Numbers 16:1-50 “Insubordinate Worship” Theme/Big Idea: Those who destroy God’s mediator and order of their worship will in turn be destroyed by God. Aim/Appropriation/Application: Jesus Christ is a greater mediator than Aaron or Moses to save a proud and rebellious people. There is no other acceptable worship of God than through repentance and faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ alone. Turn to Him, and trust Him, and obey His Word in how we might worship Him…

“What Is Man?” Daniel 6:1-28

Theme: Man is a reflection, under authority, powerless, and made to worship God. Aim: Trust in the only God who is able to save us from the trials in this world and His eternal wrath that we deserve for our sin. What is man? (1) Man Is A Reflection (Daniel 6:1-9) (2) Man Is Under Authority (Daniel 6:10-15) (3) Man Is Powerless (Daniel 6:16-23) (4) Man Is Made to Worship God (Daniel 6:24-28)

“How Idolatry Works” Daniel 3:1-7

Theme: The world wants you to worship empty things. Aim: Understand more of how idolatry works, and flee it through hope in Christ. (1) Man-Made & Seeks a Congregation (Daniel 3:1-3) (2) A Herald Accompanied by Music (Daniel 3:4-5) (3) Opposition is Threatened (Daniel 3:6) (4) People Fall Down and Worship (Daniel 3:7)

“Great Is the Lord” Psalm 145:1-21

Theme: The Lord is great and greatly to be praised. Aim: Speak the praise of the Lord for He is great. (1) Christians Worship God (Psalm 145:1-3) (2) Christians Commend God’s Work (Psalm 145:4-7) (3) Christians Exult in God’s Grace Together (Psalm 145:8-13) (4) Christians Cry to God in Pain (Psalm 145:14-20) (5) Christians Are Resolved (Psalm 145:21)

“Shield Me, Lord” Psalm 144:1-15

Theme: God is the sovereign protector of His people. Aim: Pray that God would shape our church like this: Humble trust in God > Issuing to humble authority > leading strength in our church > trusting in God as our Shield and sovereign Protector > leading to blessedness. (1) God Is Our Strength (Psalm 144:1-2) (2) We Don’t Deserve God (Psalm 143:3-6) (3) God Is a Warrior (Psalm 144:5-8) (4) God’s Protection Leads to Worship (Psalm 144:9-11) (5) God’s People Are Blessed (Psalm 144:12-15)

“Thank You, Lord” Psalm 138:1-8

Theme: God is worthy of our thanks and praise because of who He is and because of what He has done. Aim: It’s my prayer that God will bind us up with these truths, and that whether it’s the events of this week, or some other trial we are facing, that we will take refuge in Jesus Christ alone. (1) Individual Thanks (Psalm 138:1-3) (2) Corporate Thanks (Psalm 138:4-6) (3) The Source of Thanks (Psalm 138:7-8)

“Justice Fuels Worship” Habakkuk 1:1-3:19 (Overview)

Theme: God is perfectly just in His judgment. Aim: Labor to train your emotions in the context of faith. (1) Will God conquer evil? Yes! (Habakkuk 1:1-11) (2) Is this really God’s plan “A”? Yes! (Habakkuk 1:12-2:20) (3) Faith in God’s Justice Fuels Prayer, Singing, and Contentment (Habakkuk 3:1-19)

“God Judges in Scattering” Genesis 11:1-32

Theme: God is the tower and security of His people, don’t reject Him by trying to build your own. Aim: Don’t put your pride, joy, and hope in the cities of this world or in the things that you build. Put your hope in God through Christ. (1) We Are Worshippers (Genesis 11:1-9) (2) Misdirected Worship (Genesis 11:1-9 & 10:8-12) (3) God’s Judgment (Genesis 11:5-7 & Psalm 2 & Isaiah 29:13-16) (4) God’s Mercy (Genesis 11:10-32)

“God Judges in Water” Genesis 5:1-10:32

Theme: God is glorified in salvation through judgment. Aim: Trust in Jesus Christ. By faith in the death and resurrection of Christ we can be found in the only vessel that can ride safely out from the wrath of God. (1) The Lineage of Promise (Genesis 5:1-32) (2) God Is Good and Just in Judgment (Genesis 6:1-7:24) (3) God Is Gracious and Merciful in Judgment (Genesis 6:8-10, 18-22; 7:1-5, 12-16, 18; 8:1-22) (4) God Keeps His Promise (9:1-10:28)

“The First Family” Genesis 4:1-26

Theme: God’s promise holds firm even as sin spreads. Aim: Beware of religion that is filled with activity, but has no love for Christ that comes from a pure heart, a good conscience, and sincere faith (1 Tim. 1:5). (1) A Child (Genesis 4:1) (2) A Tale of Two Brothers (Genesis 4:1-7) (3) Murder and It’s Fruit (Genesis 4:8-24) (4) Another Child (Genesis 4:25-26)
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