Sermons from July 2023
Only God brings the spirit of revival to a church. But there are certain things we must do as a church and individual in our hope for revival. Pastor Chris Willett shows us what the Bible says about hope for revival in the book of Acts: 16-34, in a remarkable account of Paul and Silas in prison. Will You not revive us again, that Your people may rejoice in You? Psalm 85:6
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…
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.
Pastor Chris Willett kicks off a new series “The Coming Judgment.” One day, all of us will have to give an account to God on how we lived our lives. It is important to understand on what basis we will be judged. In today’s lesson from Ezekiel 33:1-20, the Bible teaches us the importance of God’s Word, the purpose of God’s Word, and the surety of God’s Word.