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Sermons

  • Our High Priest Keeps Us Going

    Alistair Begg and Sinclair B. Ferguson
    Our High Priest Keeps Us Going “Priest” is the only title given to Jesus that has virtually an entire book of the New Testament devoted to explaining it—the letter to the Hebrews.
  • What Happens to Us When We Die?

    Ray Pritchard
    What Happens to Us When We Die? In answering questions about life after death, we are left with only two sources to consult. Either we turn to human experience or we turn to the Word of God. If we turn to human experience, we find many guesses, many ideas, many theories—but no sure answers.
  • Leading Well

    Philip Nation
    Leading Well Currently, I am preaching through a series of messages about leadership in the church. In the last message, I taught on the qualifications necessary for someone to serve as an elder in the church by summing it up to three characteristics: mature, loving, and discerning.
  • What Does It Mean to "Seek the Lord"?

    John Piper
    What Does It Mean to Seeking the Lord means seeking his presence. But aren't his children always in his presence? Yes and no.
  • Seeing Beyond the Suffering This Year

    Ray Pritchard
    Seeing Beyond the Suffering This Year Struggle in the Christian life is inevitable, lifelong and ultimately beneficial. We encounter God’s grace through our trials in ways that would not happen if the trials had not come in the first place. But how do we see that in our trials?
  • Jesus Came to Destroy Something

    John Piper
    Jesus Came to Destroy Something The people who will experience the fullest meaning of Christmas on Tuesday are the people who know and feel that there is something in them that needs to be destroyed.
  • The Holy Spirit and the Scandal of Christ's Birth

    Douglas Sean O'Donnell
    The Holy Spirit and the Scandal of Christ's Birth Sometimes when we come to passages like Matthew’s condensed Christmas story, we don’t come with that childlike curiosity and wonder—looking at the everyday with awe, perceiving the familiar as fascinating. But we should.
  • Who is This "Son of God"?

    D.A. Carson
    Who is This Although it is a foundational confession for all Christians, much of the theological significance of Jesus’s identity as “the Son of God” is often overlooked or misunderstood.
  • Abundant Grace

    James Montgomery Boice
    Abundant Grace If we are ever to understand the grace of God, we must begin with the knowledge that God has acted graciously toward us in Christ entirely apart from human merit.
  • The Quest for (Self) Justification

    Tim Brister
    The Quest for (Self) Justification Even our expressions of thanksgiving can be a form of self-justification, and this is what we discover from this man in our text. Such self-justified thanksgiving is unacceptable to God.
  • Justified Thanksgiving

    Tim Brister
    Justified Thanksgiving For the Christian, thanksgiving is altogether different. We don’t offer thanksgiving because of work we have done but because of the work Christ has done on our behalf.
  • Unacceptable Thanksgiving

    Tim Brister
    Unacceptable Thanksgiving A person can be a truly grateful and thankful person and yet be ungodly and rejected by God? That is exactly what I’m saying, and I want you to show you why this is true from our text.
  • Theology at Midnight

    Dr. Ray Pritchard
    Theology at Midnight You discover your theology at midnight. Until then, it's all theoretical. When midnight comes, you discover the difference between theory and reality.
  • How to Develop Your Prayer Life

    Donald Grey Barnhouse
    How to Develop Your Prayer Life Prayer is the growth of a soul as we come in contact with God. As the soul grows, the prayer life deepens.
  • Nebuchadnezzar's Restless Night

    Douglas Connelly
    Nebuchadnezzar's Restless Night According to Daniel 2:29, Nebuchadnezzar went to bed one night thinking about the future. He had a dream that was too important to pass over lightly.
  • What Is Heaven Like?

    Dr. Ray Pritchard
    What Is Heaven Like? Everyone wants to know about heaven and everyone wants to go there. The Bible tells us everything we can know for certain about heaven.
  • The Big Picture of the Old Testament

    C. John Collins
    The Big Picture of the Old Testament When it comes to describing “the theology of the Old Testament,” not everyone is convinced that there is a single theology represented in these diverse books. It's more fruitful to understand the Old Testament as a whole in terms of an unfolding story, with five basic components.
  • Jeremiah: Answering the Call

    Philip Graham Ryken
    Jeremiah: Answering the Call Everyone who believes in Christ has a special calling to a particular sphere of obedience and ministry. Jeremiah was not just set apart for salvation, he was set apart for vocation. God had work for him to do.
  • Study the Word for More Than Words

    David Mathis
    Study the Word for More Than Words Staying a Christian in seminary means seeing the Bible as more than just a textbook. Delighting in God through taking in his word isn’t an annual, monthly, or even weekly event for the healthy Christian, but a daily rhythm.
  • Living by Faith in an Uncertain World

    Dr. Ray Pritchard
    Living by Faith in an Uncertain World So what does it mean to live by faith in an uncertain world? The life of Abraham can provide some key points to remember.