Monday, September 9, 2019

The Conversion of King Manesseh - Nathan Rages

In this sermon, we take a look at the conversion of King Manessah, one of the greatest Bible stories that not many know about. Lessons from this remarkable story: 1. God is amazingly patient with sinners. 2. God can use a personal crisis for someone's salvation. 3. God hears humble, repentant prayer from anybody. 4. God's grace is scandalously unfair. 5. True repentance results in good fruit. 6. True repentance will not undo all the earthly consequences of sin Audio only:

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Demonology Pt 1 - Nathan Rages

In this first sermon on the topic of demons, we look at three things from the Bible: 1) What demons are 2) What demons do 3) Whether we should fear them Audio only:

Divine Healing Pt 2 - Nathan Rages

In this sermon, we continue to look at divine healing in the Bible and try to answer six questions: 1) What is the object of our faith when we pray for someone's healing? 2) Does your faith have to be perfect in order to receive healing? 3) Is it always God's will to heal every physical problem in this life? 4) Is there a conflict between praying for divine healing and using medical means? 5) Why is there less supernatural healing in first world countries? 6) Why is it that God sometimes does not heal the people we pray for? Audio only:

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:

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:

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:

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: