Sermons on Worship
Psalm 96:4 God is to be greatly praised. Does this describe our worship? What is worship? How do you worship? We investigate these questions to see what scripture teaches.
Luke 1:46-55. Mary’s song of praise is so profound it requires a second look. Worship must be authentic. Worship must be lived!
Luke 1:46-56. We look at Mary’s song of praise to the Lord, and we recall the life of praise she has already demonstrated and we see one who truly loves the Lord because she knows Him. Do we know Him? Do we understand who He is like she did? If so we too will be a people of genuine worship.
Luke 1:26-33. The announcement of all announcements. The time has come for the savior of the world to come.
Luke 1:1-4. In various places in the New Testament we are instructed that Jesus is God, and Jesus perfectly reflects God to us. As we begin looking at Luke’s Gospel account, we do so looking to see Jesus as clearly as we can, because we are told that eternal life is found in a relationship with Him, and to have relationship we have to know Him. This is the first message in our study of the book of Luke.
Acts 13:1-3. What is it to minister to the Lord?