Monthly Archives: November 2012

Christ the King (A Sermon on Romans 1:1-6)

This is part 4 of our series on the images of Christ in the Scriptures. Next week we begin advent, where we begin a season of anticipation. A season of expectation, expectation of the coming of the king. This week, … Continue reading

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Scot McKnight, “Did Jesus Preach the Gospel?”

If you enjoy this, or just want to get more insight, Scot McKnight’s book The King Jesus Gospel expounds this discussion further.

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Christ the Bridegroom (A Sermon on Matthew 25:1-13)

We’ve had a couple of weddings around here lately. Weddings are joyous occasions. I don’t know too many people who don’t enjoy going to a wedding. Of course these days weddings are BIG business. Here’s so US stats: • 2.3 … Continue reading

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N.T. Wright defines “the Gospel”

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Christ the Servant (A Sermon on Philippians 2:5-11)

You have an attitude problem… I have an attitude problem… If I had a nickel for every time I heard a parent say “I don’t like your attitude”… I’d have a big pile of nickels… Attitude is a big deal. … Continue reading

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Christ the Lamb (A Sermon on Revelation 5:5-14)

I once decided I would be very cautious about preaching on Revelation. I even flirted with the idea of never preaching on anything from Revelation after chapter 3. Chapters 2 & 3 are encouragement to churches enduring suffering and struggles. … Continue reading

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