Sermons on Jesus in the Old Testament

Sermons on Jesus in the Old Testament

The Coming Judgment III: The True Shepherd

One day, we’ll all stand before God to account for our lives. It’s crucial to grasp the criteria of judgment according to God’s Word. This judgment concludes with the comforting message from the One and Only Shepherd, Jesus Christ. God’s warning reminds us that not all shepherds have noble intentions; some seek personal gain. In the last sermon of this series, Pastor Chris Willett delves into the Bible’s depiction of the True Shepherd in Ezekiel 34:1-31. These verses shed light…

The Scarlet Thread Part 6: The Blood of the Lamb of God

A scarlet thread runs throughout the Bible, from Genesis through Revelation. In Part 6 of this series, Pastor Chris Willett continues with a study in the Old and New Testament, comparing the prophesy foretold of Jesus’s coming, suffering, death and resurrection in Isaiah 53 with prophesy fulfilled in Mathew, Mark, Luke and John.

Benefits of Belonging to God

1Bless the Lord, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless his holy name. 2 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits. Psalm 103: 1-2 Let’s start the New Year with a grateful heart. In today’s sermon, Pastor Chris Willett takes us to Psalm 103:1-14 to pause and take an account of the benefits we have because we belong to Jesus.
Book of Acts

Joseph, a type of Christ

The apostle Stephen is a hero of our faith, unashamed and brave to share his faith with all, including those would would rather see him dead. Stephen was one of the first apostles arrested, and his ministry was very short on this earth. Pastor Chris Willett shares the story of Stephen in Acts 7:6-17. Preaching to the rulers who arrested him for his faith, Stephen shares a message of Christ, going back to Old Testament scripture.