True Worship, Part 5 (Selected Scriptures).
Worship should be a way of life for all believers. We should have a fire in our hearts and souls to worship the Lord of creation during every moment of our lives. Worship is not just about coming to church on Sunday's to sing and listen to the sermon. Worship should permeate every part of our lives. Do you have a true desire to worship God? Do you have a true hunger for the worship of our Lord and Savior? If you ever wanted to know about true worship, please listen to this powerful sermon from Pastor Robb. Let us all learn what it means to truly worship our Lord.
Jesus on Trial, Part 3 (Luke 23:8-12).
The trial of Jesus continues as the true King is brought before Herod; one of the most incompetent and evil rulers of all time. Herod wanted to meet Jesus only for entertainment; not for the truth. He wanted to see Jesus perform a sign not for his faith, but for simple curiosity. Herod questioned Jesus and received the coldest response; silence! As Pastor Robb continues through his sermon series through the gospel of Luke; please learn what happens when someone has an insincere belief in Christ Jesus.
True Worship, Part 4.
Attending the worship service on Sundays is more than just physically showing up. There should be real preparation involved, not only on the part of the worship team and the pastor who is delivering the sermon. Every believer coming to the worship service should be prepared to join in the worship of our Lord. But, how should we be preparing ourselves? Please listen to this evening's sermon by Pastor Robb to hear some practical lessons in preparing for true worship.
Jesus on Trial, Part 2 (Luke 23:1-7).
The sinfulness of man is still on trial. Jesus' words were being used against Him to justify the sinful actions of these desperate men. They were desperate to keep their power, desperate to keep their status and desperate to kill the true King. Do we use Jesus' words to justify sinful behaviors? Do our actions ever put Jesus on trial? As Pastor Robb nears the end to his sermon series on Luke, please hear how Jesus continues to be placed on trial by deceitful and desperate men.
Sermon: Jesus on Trial, Part 1. (Luke 22:63-71)
Never has so much hatred been shown against the Savior of the world. Arrested, beaten, blindfolded, beaten, and then undergoing a mock trial. Yet, there He stood. Knowing it would all take place. Knowing He had to endure the harsh treatment, Jesus stood there and took the deepest levels of man's cruelty and hatred. Eventually, they tried to use Jesus' own words against Him. Yet, who was really on trial? Who would eventually be condemned? As you listen to this morning's sermon by Pastor Robb, learn who is really on trial and why Jesus had to endure the suffering though He was an innocent man.
Sermon: When Your Faith Falters.
Peter would eventually be "this rock I will build My church" But before he would get there, he would be the person that denied Jesus three times. What would make Peter's faith falter in this way? How could someone so close to the Savior come to refuse any acknowledgment of Him? How could Peter ever recover from this betrayal? At some point, we all suffer a faltering faith, yet, Jesus never gives up on us. To hear how Peter and we can recover from our faltering faith, please listen to this morning's sermon by Pastor Robb and realize faltering faith is temporary!