Sermons in “Solid Ground”

Living Biblically II: Sex, Lies, and Lobster

After making a covenant with the Israelites, God then has Moses deliver the “paper work.” The Ten Commandments. Then, in Leviticus, God gives the Israelites the “fine print.”

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Living Biblically I: You Want Me To Do What?

What would we have to do to live biblically? God tells us first by making a covenant with His people. A covenant is a voluntary binding and solemn agreement which involves mutual responsibilities. God chooses to enter into this agreement with a man named Abram.

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Easter Sunday 2018: The Lion and the Lamb

Everyone thought He was gone. Forever. That we would never see Him again, but there is nothing He cannot do. Nothing. He can even redeem you and me! Because none of our sin is strong enough to survive the cross.

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Christ is Coming!

Today is a day of celebration. We welcome the King of Kings and Lord of Lords as He rides into Jerusalem. “Christ is coming!” we shout. Why, then, did Jesus weep?

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Mirror, Mirror

Mirrors can be scary because they are completely objective and honest. What you see when you look in a mirror (spiritually) is what God sees. Is your walk with Christ something you want God to see? It can be.

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B-B-B-Bartholomew, You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet!

When you first begin to follow Jesus the excitement and enthusiasm is profound. Sadly, for too many, that begins to fade. We need to hold on because what Christ can and will do in your life is just beginning. We ain’t seen nothing yet!

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Is That Me?

Jesus began His public ministry with twelve disciples. Do any of them remind you of yourself? Because He has called you, too.

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The Way of Israel’s Welfare; or An Exhortation to be with God, that He may be with us.

This was the title of the sermon preached by Rev. John Whiting (South Church’s first minister) at Hartford, Connecticut in New England, May 13, 1686. In celebration of our 348th birthday, we will look at it again. Rev. Whiting’s main point is found in verse 2, “The Lord will stay with you as long as you stay with him!”

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The Bad Samaritan III: Sow What?

Experiencing someone welcome Jesus into their heart and be completely transformed is beyond description. It is addictive.

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The Bad Samaritan II: Now You Know!

Once we have been taught how to play baseball, we cannot then arbitrarily decide to change it to four strikes and we are out, or that every home run is worth four runs, and still call it “baseball.” Likewise, we cannot change what the Bible teaches and still call it Christianity.

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