Sermons on Judgment
Nahum 1:1-7 God is jealous for his own name and His people. He is a God of vengeance toward His enemies. Who can stand as God judges? Yet God is good, and a God of mercy for those who trust in Him.
Galatians 3:19-22 Why, if we are saved by grace, and God had already established His promise to save the children of faith, di God then go and add the law? Surely he changed his mind, right? He decided to add the law because His plan changed, right? Paul answers in exceptionally clear terms. No! The law was never given as a means of giving life. The law has a wholly other purpose. It is to reveal and even increase transgression.
1 Peter 3:18, Romans 5:1-11, Revelation 20:11-15 Ten out of ten people die! That’s a fact. That means that you and I are headed to a certain end in this life. Death will come! After death, God tells us that the next thing on the horizon for us is Judgment. Jesus made it clear that there will be two resurrections: one unto life, one to judgment. So which one are you headed for? God has provided the one and only…
Luke 23:44-49 Luke records the death of our Lord on the cross.
Luke 23:25-34 How did Barabbas see Jesus death? Barabbas was a guilty man who deserved to die, yet on the cross he was to be crucified, Jesus died instead. As Jesus is led to that cross, the great multitudes of people follow Him, and the women mourn over what is happening, and Jesus instructs them to mourn rather for themselves and their children.