Sermons on Judgment

Sermons on Judgment

Five Minutes in Hell

Heaven and Hell both exist, as surely as day follows night. Jesus emphasized Hell more than Heaven not out of sternness, but because of His love for us. He wants to ensure everyone grasps the importance of finding their place in Heaven. Pastor Chris Willet sheds light on this truth through the true account of two vastly different men, Lazarus the beggar and the wealthy man, as told in Luke 16:19-31. Their contrasting destinies in the afterlife serve as a…

God’s Eternal Word to all Generations

God’s Word is timeless, relevant to every generation. Living by the Word applies as much today as it did in ancient Biblical times and will continue to do so tomorrow. Pastor Chris Willett draws insight from Zechariah 1:1-6, delivering a message originally meant for the Jewish people returning to Jerusalem from their captivity in Babylon. God’s message to that generation remains as vibrant and meaningful to us today because God’s Word is eternal. 89 Forever, O Lord, Your word is…

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 Coming Judgment II: The Hearers Only

In the second installment of this series, we delve deeper into the examination of a nation facing judgment, as depicted in Ezekiel 33:21-33. As devoted believers, we attentively listen to the Word of God and embrace His commandments. However, the pivotal question arises: Do we merely hear these commandments, or do we put them into action? Today, we uncover the consequences for a nation that listens but fails to act in accordance with the divine directives of the Lord.

Judge me, O Lord.

One day all of us will stand before Jesus Christ and be judged in one of two judgements. In today’s sermon, Pastor Chris Willett examines Psalm 26, where David prays to the Lord to examine and judge his walk with God. Can we pray with confidence to God right now, “Judge me, O Lord?”

The Hypocrite’s Prayer

Prayer holds a vital place in the lives of believers. The Bible tell us to approach God and share our requests. However, God only listens to the righteous and not the hypocrites. Although a hypocrite may say all the right words in beautiful prayers, only God discerns the true intent of our hearts. How can we avoid offering hypocritical prayers? Pastor Chris Willett guides us through the Book of Jeremiah (Chapter 42) to gain deeper insights. Confess your trespasses to one another,…