Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Divine Healing - Nathan Rages


In this sermon, we take a look at the subject of divine healing. We see why it's so controversial, the context of Jesus' healing ministry, and how it points to the nature of the Gospel. Audio only: https://ift.tt/2TQtlhW

Praising God (Psalm 149) - Nathan Rages


In this sermon, we think on the glorious theme of Praising God in Psalm 149. The Psalm talks about three places where we should praise God: 1. In the congregation (public worship) 2. In our bedroom (private worship). 3. On the battlefield (as part of spiritual warfare). Audio only: https://ift.tt/33S0deC

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Dwelling Together in Unity (Psalm 133) - Nathan Rages


In this sermon, we talk about Psalm 133, which describes "how good and pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity." Audio only: https://ift.tt/2Kfp8QB

Thursday, July 11, 2019

How to Read the Bible (Psalm 119) - Nathan Rages


In this sermon, we talk about Psalm 119, the huge and majestic poem about God's Word. It provides practical direction about how we read our Bible: 1. Read it with delight. 2. Read it with expectation. 3. Read it with reverence. 4. Read it with prayer. 5. Read it to gain wisdom. 6. Read it to renew spiritual life. 7. Read it to obey it. Audio only: https://ift.tt/2NRhcdn

Sons of God - Dave Dickmann


In this sermon from John 1:34-49, we take a look at who the Bible calls "Son of God" and also what it means to be a Son of God. Audio only: https://ift.tt/32oX5Go

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Jesus as God, King, Priest, and Conqueror - Nathan Rages


In this sermon we take a look at Psalm 110, one of the greatest Messianic Psalms. In it, we can see Jesus as God, King Priest, and Conqueror. Audio only: http://bit.ly/2WVQZOZ

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Asking God to Destroy Our Enemies - Nathan Rages


In this sermon, we look at Psalm 109, an "imprecatory" psalm. How should Christians deal with these dozen or so Psalms in which the writer asks God to destroy his enemies? How do we balance in them in light of the gospel message of love and mercy? Audio only: http://bit.ly/2HW1DMd