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Sermons on Knowing God

Grace for Contentment

SPECIAL NOTE: Due to electrical issues on 9/16/18, the sermon was cut short after 22 minutes. Grace for Contentment – Some people consciously or unconsciously see godliness as a way to earn blessing, wealth, and promotion. Various forms of giving-to-get originate from a striving heart, one that is crying out for approval rather than living…

Surfacing Anger and Disappointment

Surfacing Anger and Disappointment – God had an eternal plan that was contrary to Jonah’s emotional needs. God allowed circumstances and events to bring to surface Jonah’s lingering anger and disappointment toward the Father. However, even with a bad attitude, God blessed Jonah and took care of Him. God will build our trust in Him as…

In All Humility

In All Humility — In this sermon Kevin discusses God’s plan, purpose, and expectation for humility in His people. Jesus modeled perfect humility, as He came to serve not to be served. This sermon also covers the story of Namaan the leper. God used many details of the process of Namaan’s healing to bring not…

What Are You Running From?

What Are You Running From? – God refines what is precious to Him. You are precious to Him. We naturally run from the things that stretch us and make us uncomfortable or vulnerable. God uses these things to refine us. Sometimes we run from God because we know He will not refine us in a…

Psalm 34: He Hears – Part 2

Psalm 34: He Hears – Part 2 – Sometimes the Lord makes our most vulnerable messes become great testimonies and encouragement for others and a source of gratitude and praise. God frees His people from problems and the fear associated. He is our joy in struggle. His promises hold us in hard times, not seasons…

Psalm 34: He Hears – Part 1

Psalm 34: He Hears – Sometimes the Lord makes our most vulnerable messes become great testimonies and encouragement for others and a source of gratitude and praise. God frees His people from problems and the fear associated. He is our joy in struggle. His promises hold us in hard times, not seasons of rest and…

Psalm 32: Repentance

Psalm 32: Repentance — From the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry, even before choosing His disciples, Jesus taught the importance of repentance. Before true confession can occur, we must stop trying to hide or justify sin from the Lord. True repentance is to recognize, admit, and turn from sin. It is walking in the light.…

Confront Like Jesus

In this sermon, Kevin discusses how we are meant to confront each other according to Jesus’ instructions in Matthew 18. Confrontation may not be enjoyable, but is a necessary step toward reconciliation and forgiveness. without confrontation we are at risk of harboring bitterness against another person and concealing the truth of how we feel when…

Spring Up Oh Well

Spring Up Oh Well — Jesus referred to the Holy Spirit as a life-giving spring inside of us that becomes life. The Holy Spirit gives us hope in despair, a song in our hearts, His voice, and direction. Sometimes we fail to experience that life-giving spring, but it can be discouraging and unclear why. The…

The Open Face of God – Part 2

The Open Face of God – Part 2 — God speaks to His people. From the beginning of creation, we can see that He has been a God of communication. It is a common lie among believers that it is difficult to hear the voice of God. We become frustrated when we do not hear…