Sermons on Sovereignty
Matthew 4:1-11 Jesus is driven by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. Our savior overcomes temptation, our salvation on the line, and He comes out victorious over temptation and the devil.
John 3:1-16 Mike Abendroth preaches on who needs a savior, and how is a man saved by our savior?
Matthew 13:1-23, Luke 8:4-15. The parable of the soils is one of Jesus most known parables. It contains a crucial teaching for Christians.
Phil. 1:29-30 God graciously gives to His children, working for their good, the gift of faith and suffering.
Luke 22:31-34. Peter, the leader of the disciples, after the dispute about which of them is the greatest, is addressed with the shocking words of Jesus: “Simon, Simon, Satan has demanded to have you, to sift you like wheat!” Praise God this is recorded in the Bible for us, because great hope if found in the remainder of Jesus words to Peter and ultimately to us. The devil is powerful, but the devil is God’s devil!
Luke 20:41:44 Now that Jesus has shut down the questions of the Sadducees and the Pharisees, Jesus has a question of His own for these. If the promised Messiah is the Son of David, then how can David call this Messiah his Lord? Jesus points to the book of Psalms as the authoritative word of God from which this question comes.
John 1:14-18 The word became flesh and dwelt among us! What incredible news.
Luke 13:31-35 Jesus warned that Herod is seeking to kill Him responds with some amazing truth that we need to be familiar with. God is absolutely sovereign over salvation, but that doesn’t not in any way mean that man is not fully responsible for coming to God. Most who deny the doctrines of grace do so because they can’t see these clear truths of scripture.
Luke 11:5-13. Jesus taught the heart we are to approach the Father with, the petitions we are to bring before our Father’s throne, and here in today’s text the reception we find in our God as we pray. Ask, Seek, knock. Our Father is faithful!