Max Harris preaches on how Paul – whom we often caricature as being purely intellectual – was really both intellectual and emotion. He highlights several passages that take on new light when you read them to mine both meaning and emotion. (It’s OK for men to weep, even if you are English or Midwestern.)
Danny Hindman discusses the often confounding meaning of the Trinity.Download Mp3
Shaun looks at two ways in which Jesus explains the benefit of his departure to the Father and the sending of the Spirit: the Spirit’s universal conviction and the Spirit’s universal guidance.Download Mp3
Shaun concludes the series on the Lord’s Supper with a look at how it serves renew the covenant relationship we have with God.
Shaun expands upon the significance of last week’s sermon topic of God’s nearness with a look at Jesus’ nearness to us and solidarity with us particularly in both ordinary and extraordinary suffering, noting how the Lord’s supper provides us with regular rehearsal of God’s faithfulness in and through suffering.Download Mp3
Shaun continues the sermon series on communion by way of a look at the participants, events, and means of the old covenant’s peace offering.Download Mp3
Max Harris provides a third edition of a disperse sermon series centered on finding wisdom, this time with a discussion of the meaning of “the fear of the Lord”, exploring three prominent interpretations and a fourth that holds additional appeal.Download Mp3
Continuing the series on Communion, Shaun looks at this original instructions for the Passover. In both cases, the instructions on how to participate came with instructions to keep the practice always, and each celebrates salvation that came to those who trust in God to save them.
Shaun provides an introduction to a sermon series on the Lord’s supper with an overview of its role as both symbol of invisible reality and, with our participation, link to that reality.Download Mp3
Matt Grimsley from Resurrection Presbyterian looks at Jonah’s message to Nineveh and at Nineveh’s response. After God gives Jonah a second chance to tell Nineveh of its impending destruction, all of the people of Nineveh immediately and wholeheartedly repent so that God’s grace could spare them from His wrath. Here we see God working through a broken prophet for a broken city, but still accomplishing His work.