Sermons on judgement
Matthew 5:21-26 Murder? What constitutes as breaking this law of God? Is it merely the act of caring out the deed? Jesus instructs on a proper view.
Colossians 2:16-23 Now that you have Christ, what do you need to do to ensure that your salvation is complete? Do you need to be more humble? Do you need to keep a list of religious rules or traditions? Do you need to increase your level of self denial? Paul answers these questions resoundingly: NO, let no one judge you, let no one disqualify you, insisting on anything but Christ!
Galatians 6:7-8. You reap what you so is not only a philosophical truth, it is a biblical truth as well. That doesn’t mean we are saved by works, but it does mean that we will all, believers and unbelievers alike, will come before the Lord and give an account. These judgements are totally different from each other, but they are both judgements.
Gal. 5:7-12 Believers, led by the ministry of the Holy Spirit, will respond to the truth and correction, while false teachers and false converts will continue toward judgement.
Luke 23:13-25. The Jews, after Herod refuses to find Jesus guilty, return to Pilate demanding that he impose the death penalty in the case of Jesus. They have accused Him of misleading the people, so Pilate calls the chief priests, the rulers, and the people, hoping the people will challenge the leaders desire to have the man Jesus put to death. It doesn’t work out as Pilate had hoped.
Luke 23:1-12. Jesus trial by the Jew has been completed, and upon the declaration that Jesus must die, He is hauled off to the Roman governor to be put to death. Pontus Pilate examines Jesus, declaring Him to be innocent, but the Jew demand He be condemned. So Pilate passes the buck and sends Jesus to Herod to be examined.
Luke 22:63-71. The Jews arrested Jesus and brought Him before the High Priest, and eventually before the full Sanhedrin who have already determined that He should be put to death, and now seek to justify that decision.
Hebrews 12:18-29 God has only made two covenants with man. The covenant of law, and that of grace. One leads to death, and one to life. Which one are you under? (sermon itself begins at 19:22 mark)
Luke 21:25-28 Jesus is coming back! He told His disciples this truth, and He informed them in the Olivet discourse what the signs were that they should be looking for as they watch for the end of the age and the second coming of Christ.
Luke 21:20-24 Jesus preaches on the return of Jesus. What better authority could we ask for? God the son speaks of the signs of His coming and the end of the age. How do we know we can believe His words? God doesn’t lie.